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Pat Flynn - CHA

"Fruit Logistica is an important show for us as it is a major networking hub for the fresh produce industry"

The Commercial Horticultural Association (CHA) in partnership with
Department for International Trade will again be hosting the British pavilion at Fruit Logistica 2022.

The stand holders consist of UK manufacturers, growers and service providers for commercial horticultural growers, wholesalers and retailers throughout the world. 

"We have been visiting the show since 2010 and originally started off with just two companies," said Pat Flynn, Trade Association Manager at CHA. "It has gone up and down over the years but we do see participation from many of the major growers now and the amount of space we take for our British Group has grown to quite an area, with companies such as Prima Fruit, who take a large stand to entertain customers."

"Fruit Logistica is an important show for us as it is a major networking hub for the fresh produce industry that we can tap into. The rest of the world always seem pleased to see us and our visitors come from such diverse places as Mongolia (a tomato grower) and the smaller African states. We will miss Ukraine this year, we have many friends there."

Companies on the UK stand:

  • Primafruit Ltd  8.2 A-02
  • INDO Lighting 8.2 A-04
  • Sirane Ltd 8.2 A-06
  • Chambers 8.2 A-07
  • Martin Lishman 8.2 A-08
  • Botanicoir 8.2 A-09
  • Russell Bio Solutions 8.2 A-10
  • CropAid Int. Ltd 8.2 A-11
  • GFS Fresh 8.2 A-12

Visitors can go to the information stand 8.2 / A-08 for
further details about the companies as well as information on
other British suppliers and the British horticultural sector.

For more information:
Pat Flynn
T: +44 (0) 7778 313 623

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