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ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA brings opportunity for Indian fresh produce sector

ANI | New Delhi | Updated: 15-05-2019 20:28 IST | Created: 15-05-2019 18:19 IST
ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA brings opportunity for Indian fresh produce sector

Leading companies across the global fresh fruit and vegetable business are ready to come together and showcase their product and services at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA. The trade event, regarded as one of the biggest and most important platforms in Asia for the fresh produce sector returns to Hong Kong from September 4 to 6, 2019. ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA 2018 saw participation by over 13,000 industry professionals and 826 exhibitors from more than 70 countries. According to visitor survey results, 90 per cent of trade visitors rated their participation in the trade show as extremely positive. Also, 87 per cent of the visitors and exhibitors indicated that the show gave them an ideal overview of the Asian market and enabled them to find new contacts or suppliers.

Being a one-stop platform that makes it easier for businesses to discover new business opportunities, connect with right resources, and gain information on special products and technological solution, traders from diverse segments left positive feedback of their experience at the event. "We have been exhibiting at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA for the past five years and it has proven to be a powerful platform for meeting new customers, reaching out to existing clientele, and building a more established brand. For us it is an important event to gain market insights and expand our business network", said Kaushal Khakhar, CEO Kay Bee Exports.

This year, major companies from the fresh herbs, spices and sprouts categories, as well as frozen fruit and vegetable sector, will get first-of-its-kind opportunity to showcase their products at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA. A range of technical solution and services including greenhouses and greenhouse technology will also make their debut at the trade event. An expanded product range this year will further present even greater sourcing and marketing opportunities for servicing Asia's growing demand for wholesome and healthy produce. "The upcoming edition is set to be the most influential and inspiring exhibition till date. Along with regular exhibitors we are also witnessing interest and participation by new Indian and Global companies. An unprecedented increase of strong international participation makes ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA an important event not just for trade professionals across Asia but also for exhibitors and key value chain suppliers from across the globe", said Keith Sunderlal, India Representative, ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA.

The leading trade show for fresh produce will once again have a high global flavour this year with exhibitors from 46 countries participating. Whether it's reaching new markets or further developing existing markets, ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA 2019 will be a one-stop-platform that will offer the convenience to meet top-quality industry decision-makers, all in one destination. This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article.



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