Bulk wine show heads to London for 2018

08 March, 2017

The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is set to take place at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London on 24 and 25 January 2018.

The event, which is an annual trade show and conference, is open to trade professionals only.

Exhibitors are wineries and distilleries looking to sell bulk wine and spirits as well as producers and negociants who offer contract manufacturing and private label programmes. Importers who have one-time excess stock to clear will also be exhibiting.

IBWSS buyers are other wineries and distilleries looking to meet their demand, importers; retailers and distributors looking for private label programmes and negociants who are looking to meet growers and producers.

IBWSS London is designed to give supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, wineries, distilleries and other buyers a key international platform to source bulk wine and spirits and meet private label suppliers.

The trade show will also feature a business conference dedicated to the private label and bulk wine and spirits business.

Sid Patel, ceo of show organiser Beverage Trade Network, said: “The bulk segment holds the largest market share in the wine and spirits industry. Bulk trading is an age-old trade between producers, but we are now seeing the business take on a very impressive position across the industry. The IBWSS in London aims to give the bulk trade a truly dynamic trading platform where buyers can confidently conduct business with the world’s most reputable suppliers.”

Exhibitors can register here: http://ibwsshowuk.com/en/become-an-exhibitor-3.htm

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