Aqua 2017 Shaping Up To Be A Bumper Show


AQUA 2017 shaping up to be a bumper show
4th January 2017

By Neil Pope

Visitors to AQUA 2017 in October can expect a busy and exciting show as the exhibition hall at Telford International Centre will be packed with companies showcasing new products, say its organisers.

Show organiser Annie Foord said: “I’m happy to report that the UK’s major exhibitors are again heading for Telford and we will be welcoming an impressive number of overseas companies, who regard AQUA as their major platform to showcase products to UK buyers.”

Visitors can expect a warm welcome from companies like Aquadip, Aqua One, Cloverleaf, Eheim, Evolution Aqua, Gordon Low, Hertford Shelving, Interpet, JMC Aquatics, Lotus-Atlantis, Mars Fishcare, OASE, Tetra, TMC, Tropical Marine, Tunze UK and Velda. A full list is available on the AQUA website

One of the most popular features is the New Products Showcase, sponsored by pbwnews and Aquatic Trader, where exhibitors can unveil their latest launches. The New Product Awards will be handed out to the winners on the first day.

More than 100 new products were showcased in 2015 when AQUA was last staged, and a higher number is expected this year.

The 10 categories that make up the Showcase and Awards are:
• POS/Merchandising Support
• Reptile
• Pond Construction/Decoration
• Pond Pumps
• Pond Filters
• Pond Food, Care and Accessories
• Aquaria, Furniture and Decor
• Freshwater Equipment
• Aquarium Food, Care and Accessories
• Marine Equipment

As well as getting to see all the new products to be launched on to the market, visitors can enjoy free parking, a free catalogue and a free deli bag lunch. And retailers and buyers will also be invited to join exhibitors at the AQUA dinner, which takes place on the first evening of the exhibition.

AQUA 2017 will be held on October 18-19 at the Telford International Centre. More information can be found at or call 01892 862848.


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