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British group presents new product launches at CIPS 2019

Published: 3 October 2019 - Neil Mead

A collection of pet product suppliers is exhibiting in the PetQuip trade association’s group at CIPS 2019, the China International Pet Show (CIPS) being held in Shanghai, China on 20 – 23 November 2019

This is the second British group presence at the show, and with British exhibitors showcasing product innovations across various areas of the pet sector, it is hoped that new and expanded trade opportunities are opened up in several Asian markets as a result of participating in the show.  

Further details about these companies and hundreds of other British pet care goods and services are available free of charge from the PetQuip information booth on stand 5A6 – 51.

Exhibitors representing the British presence at the show:

Hugo and Hudson (Hall 3.1, Stand 3B5-40) The defining hallmark of Hugo & Hudson is designing original items from scratch with every detail of every product perfected. The firm’s extensive research into all aspects of the manufacturing process has led successfully to a distinctive and unique brand.

The company has travelled all over the world, sourcing the best components and fabrics for its products to gain insight and knowledge which has enabled them to design and create the best possible product using the best possible materials.

PetQuip (Hall 5.1, Stand 5A6 - 51) PetQuip is the International Trade Association of Pet Equipment Suppliers. The PetQuip team assists and promotes the development of international trade in the pet equipment sector, providing a catalyst for business contact between UK manufacturers, suppliers and international buyers. PetQuip has published the PetQuip Buyers’ Guide, which includes a directory of members’ product ranges, and copies will be available to all buyers visiting the PetQuip stand.

VetUK (Hall 5.1, Stand 5A6 - 53) The VetUK companion animal healthcare range is an inclusive group of veterinary quality pet products. Parasitic protection is provided by a proven topical flea and tick treatment and an orally administered worming tablet, killing all common intestinal worms. Pet health is enhanced by the VetUK nutraceutical and care ranges providing support and protection by targeting specific ailments, deficiencies or diseases.

Vitalin – The Natural Choice (Hall 5.1, Stand 5A6 - 50) With veterinary assistance, the firm’s nutritionists have worked carefully to formulate recipes that cater to a pets overall health and wellbeing. Vitalin combines a perfect blend of ingredients, nutritional expertise and modern manufacturing techniques to create delicious, balanced and hypoallergenic diet for dogs, cats and ferrets. For more information visit

Companies wishing to learn more about the comprehensive range of business services offered by PetQuip to British suppliers and exporters of pet care products should contact the association on:

Telephone: +44 (0) 1959 565 995


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