Dairy & Cheese Tech Moscow

Agroprodmash: Number One Exhibition for the Food Processing Industry in Russia

Salon of Equipment for Milk Processing and Cheese Production

Participants in the Salon are industry leaders

Countries in attendance: Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Turkey.

Dairy & Cheese Tech Moscow

Product Sectors

  • Equipment for dairy production
  • Equipment for milk reception and processing
  • Equipment for cheese production
  • Equipment for ice cream production
  • Equipment for production of fermented milk products
  • Equipment for milk bottling
  • Cheese cutting equipment
  • Creamery (equipment for small businesses)
  • An increasing demand for milk processing and cheese production equipment;
  • State support of small-scale farms.


Visitor Statistics

Results of Agroprodmash 2017

Facts & Figures*

808 exhibitors, including 450 Russian exhibitors

37 countries
Australia, Austria, the Republic of Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, the USA, the UK, Ukraine

National pavilions of Germany, Poland and China

24,192 visitors from 66 countries and 910 Russian cities from all over Russia

*Source: official event audit

Source: Russian Public Opinion Research Center

Exhibitor profile:

  • Manufacturers and suppliers of food production equipment – 74%
  • Manufacturers and suppliers of packaging equipment – 37%
  • Manufacturers and suppliers of ingredients, additives, spices – 25%
  • Manufacturers and suppliers of auxiliary equipment – 14%
  • Manufacturers and suppliers of raw and auxiliary materials – 5%
  • Assembly/setup/maintenance of equipment – 18%
  • Design/engineering – 12%
  • Construction and fitting out of food production facilities – 4%
  • Food safety, quality control, sanitation and hygiene – 3%
  • R&D – 2%
  • Automation, IT – 2%