- Agronomist & Supply Coordinator - EMEA territory
- Grower - Tasmania (berries) - Australia
- Category Manager - Sydney Markets, Australia
- Independent Sales & Business Development Representative, USA
- Experienced Tomato Grower, North America
- Breeder - Xiamen, China
- Senior Scientist, Plant Imaging - Brooklyn (NY) USA
- Scientist, Plant Substrates and Nutrition - Brooklyn (NY) USA
- Logistics Coordinator
- Head of Delivery and Support - Bristol, UK
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Top 5 -last week
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Hall 3c at stand M-32
BGP International takes own stand in Hong Kong
"It is a big move for us," explains Prudence Barker. "We have always been with the Australians, but it we felt we needed more space on our stand. Joining us at the booth will be Ironbark Citrus from Australia, Soleil from South Africa, Menas from Turkey as well as partners from Egypt and Pakistan. We are excited to be able to offer such a diverse range of top quality supply."
BGP International supply mostly Asia countries but have suppliers from around the world.
"The demand for Egyptian citrus has increased in recent years which is why we are working with a few Egyptian exporters. We export the Egyptian citrus into China and also into Australia."
You can find Prudence and the BGP International team as well as their Australian and Egyptian colleague in Hall 3c at stand M-32.
For more information:
BGP International Pty Ltd
Tel +61 3 9686 3300
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