About DLG Thai
DLG – German Agricultural Society
DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft e.V. – German Agricultural Society), founded in 1885 by Max Eyth, is an open network and serves as a professional voice of agriculture, agribusiness and the food industry.
Its goal is to promote progress by transferring and communicating knowledge, quality and technology. DLG has over 31,000 members. It is politically independent and internationally networked.
As one of the leading organizations in its sector, DLG organizes trade fairs and events in the fields of agriculture and food technology, conducts tests of foods and beverages, agricultural machinery and equipment, as well as farm inputs, and in a large number of expert committees develops answers to the challenges confronting agriculture, agribusiness and the food industry.
Our global platforms are designed to foster dialogue between policymakers, the scientific community and the business world. For example, DLG International works closely with ministries and government agencies to support international projects through the provision of consultancy and coordination services.
DLG Thai – DLG International’s subsidiary No 12
DLG Thai Co., Ltd. is the subsidiary of DLG International GmbH with headquarter in Frankfurt, Germany. As part of the DLG International group with 13 subsidiaries in 12 countries, DLG Thai highly benefits from the global network of experts. It is the second Asian subsidiary after DLG AgroTechService in Beijing, which was founded in 2007 (德国农业协会 dlg.org.cn)
DLG Thai has the objective to promote progress by transferring and communicating knowledge and creating platforms for the industry in Thailand and Southeast Asia.
DLG’s main events in Southeast Asia are the agricultural exhibitions AGRITECHNICA ASIA and HORTI ASIA as well as the German-Thai Cooperation Project to Promote the Sustainable Development of Cluster Farms in Thailand.
Ratti Veerawong (Bo)
Project Coordinator - Exhibitions & Conferences
Project Assistant -
German-Thai Cooperation Project to Promote the Sustainable Development of Cluster Farms in Thailand
VNU Asia Pacific is part of VNU Group, a globally operating exhibition company with offices in Utrecht, Shanghai, Bangkok and consolidates the international exhibition business of Royal Dutch Jaarbeurs. In Southeast Asia, Jaarbeurs formed a Joint Venture with TCC Group, a leading corporate conglomerate in the fast-growing region. From its business hub located in Bangkok, VNU Asia Pacific covers all key exhibition markets in South East Asia.
TSAE – Thai Society of Agricultural Engineering has the mission to promote research and extension in the field of agricultural engineering, provide consultancy and technical services and facilitate collaboration among stakeholders, e.g. government agencies, universities and industries.
IRRI is dedicated to abolishing poverty and hunger among people and populations that depend on rice-based agri-food systems. Through their work and partnerships, IRRI aims to improve the health and welfare of rice farmers and consumers; promotes environmental sustainability in a world challenged by climate change and supports the empowerment of women and the youth in the rice industry.
The Association for Vertical Farming (AVF) is the leading, global non-profit organisation for raising awareness and connecting all stakeholders to advance the implementation of vertical farming. AVF acknowledges that vertical farming in its current state can provide access to fresh, safe, and sufficient food, independent of climate and location.