In a little over a month, the third edition of Infoagro Exhibition will open its doors. This fair, devoted to intensive production and the auxiliary industry, will be held in Almeria from May 22 to 24, and it is already 98% full. There will be a total of 500 exhibiting companies, 40% of which are attending Infoagro Exhibition for the first time in 2019.
In this edition, sectors that have traditionally not resorted to intensive production, but which share product suppliers and services with the intensive production sector, such as the citrus and fruit industries, will be represented. There will also be sectors which are focusing their efforts on increasing their productivity, such as the tropical and subtropical sector. All of this will consequently attract a wider variety of professional visitors, given the presence of leading companies in agriculture and the auxiliary industry, which will present their latest technologies for the day to day agricultural work.
The presence of state-of-the-art technology will be especially notable in the Smart Startup Infoagro space, where a group of technology-based companies will present cutting-edge projects in field digitalization.
Moreover, given the high demand on the part of exhibiting companies for a place to promote their products and services to their customers, the event will feature twice as many commercial presentations as in its previous edition. A total of 48 companies will offer talks about their products and services to the fair's visitors.
Infoagro Exhibition is held in Aguadulce, Almeria, Spain, in the most important horticultural production center in Europe. The fair focuses on intensive horticultural production.