Almeria, from May 26 to 28, 2021

The 4th intensive horticulture fair Infoagro Exhibition will have 20% more exhibitors

The intensive horticulture fair held at the Palacio de Congresos de Aguadulce, in Roquetas de Mar, Almería, every two years, has already set the date for its fourth edition. It will take place from May 26 to 28, 2021, and will feature some new elements.

Up until September 11, the companies that were already exhibitors in the latest edition will be given preferential access to book a place. Afterwards, registration will open for companies interested in being part of the next edition for the first time. The fair will see the number of exhibiting companies grow by 20%, to 600. This will be possible thanks to a 5% expansion in the exhibition area, which will amount to 17,850 square meters.

Based on these figures, the event's organizer expects the next edition of Infoagro Exhibition to generate a turnover of 7.5 million Euro. "This is to thank to a sector that has supported the holding of this fair since its inception. With each edition, the number of meetings between companies increases," said García, director of the exhibition.

The success of the fair lies in the approach that it was given from the start. Producers are under the spotlight and their role is fundamental for the event. “We thank them for their effort and dedication throughout each campaign, especially this year, as they have made it possible for all of Europe to have healthy and high-quality vegetables without fail," said the Organization.

Knowledge is another fundamental aspect for Infoagro Exhibition. It is what allows producers to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the sector in order to remain at the forefront of the sector in Europe; hence the great importance of the conferences.

In its fourth edition, Infoagro Exhibition will continue promoting innovation and the good work carried out by the intensive production sector and the auxiliary industry that operates in the so-called orchard of Europa, located in Almería, with more than 31,200 hectares of greenhouse crops, to which we must add the 3,600 hectares of the coast of Granada and the 6,200 of Murcia.

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