MAY 20 – 22, 2010 CENTARA GRAND AND BANGKOK CONVENTION CENTRE, BANGKOK, THAILAND

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APRIL 16, 2010

TUNA 2010 SETS THE STAGE FOR PRODUCT LAUNCHES
TUNA 2010 is set to unveil an exciting global mix of speakers, delegates and exhibitors when it returns to Bangkok this year from May 20-22. The TUNA 2010 exhibition will be held in conjunction with the eleventh biennial INFOFISH World Tuna Trade Conference and provides the international tuna industry with an important commercial forum. INFOFISH is a division of the Food and Agriculture organisation of the United Nations. While the conference plays host to key speakers and delegates from around the world, the exhibition, organised by Baird Events, provides a point of direct access to the most important decision makers within the tuna industry. A wide variety of new products is set to debut at TUNA 2010. Tuna companies around the world are gearing up in anticipation with new product launches. The TUNA series of conferences and exhibitions have always been the best forum for industry players to keep abreast with latest trends and developments, and to network with business parters from all over the world. Traditionally TUNA shows have attracted the cream of the global tuna industry. The delegates represent every aspect of the industry from catching and growing through processing, packaging, transport and marketing. Government fisheries managers and scientists also play a vital role in the conference. More than 700 global tuna industry representatives are expected to attend TUNA 2010. TUNA 2010 will be held at the Centara Grand Bangkok Convention Centre from May 20-22.
For further information please contact: Kishore Navani Baird Events PH: +61 3 9645 0411 FX: +61 3 9645 0475 Email: marinfo@baird.com.au Web: www.bairdmaritime.com

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BAIRD EVENTS 135 Sturt Street, Southbank, VIC 3006, Australia PH: + 61 3 9645 0411 FX: + 61 3 9645 0475 Email: marinfo@baird.com.au Web: www.bairdmaritime.com

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