Clayton Swart from SATI and Marlette Kellerman FPEF
Christina Manossis of Greek kiwi exporter Zeus Kiwi S.A. The Corona-virus had a direct effect on their exports, so they'll be diverting towards the Malaysian markets.
Rupert Carter and Jeremy Harris from Chamber / The Fruitery. The Fruitery launched a new fruit medley.
Christos Mitrosolis of Mitrosilis S.A.; they mainly export kiwis and recently upgraded their sorting machine equipment.
All of the ladies on the Halls Stand: Leigh Green, Jacklyn Smith, Carrie Ward and Maite Letsoalo.
Housna El Andaloussi, Commercial Manager of snacking tomatoes and Tatiana Nazarova, Project Manager Russia of Delassus Group.
Steve Page and Greg Akins from Fresh Produce Instruments
Gareth Edgecombe and Jodi Reddell T&G Global. T&G announced a breeding programme to produce new varieties of blueberry.
The Alanar team, the Turkish fruit exporters showcased their figs and new P.U.M.A. program, which teaches growers to minimize pesticides.
On the left is Kaushal Khakhar, CEO of Kay Bee exports, on the right is Karan Mange, Manager - Supply Chain. The Indian exporters deal in a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.
Cameron Carter from Seeka came along to visit the FreshPlaza stand.
Iain Forbes US Apples and Tommy Leighton TLC
On the right is Mai Yassin, next to her father and brother. She is the export manager for Egyptian fresh garlic and sweet potato exporter Stars of Export.
Will Callis from US Apple Export Council and Elisabeth Carranza from California Apple Commission.
Christophe Belloc from Blue Whale
Rock Gumpert, CEO, Guillermo Gimeno, Commercial Manager, and Jossef Pikulak, the Director of International Trade of the Seven Seas – Tom Lange Company.
Jaimee Burns and Sharon Kirk from JR Orchard’s. The company now has two brands for the apple exports, ECCO and Capital. The New Zealand company were at Fruit Logistca for the second year and say it is a great place to widen sales their sales base.
The Cravo team.
Alan McGregor and Karen Murphy familiar faces at the AgriCoat Nature Seal stand.
After 26 years Zespri announced a rebrand. Daniel Mathieson CEO.
Jason Fung of Oppy. This year, Oppy presented as part of a large booth run by Dole and Total Produce and they had a very busy but good show.
Allan Mahoney and Braden Hellmuth from Sweet Potatoes Australia dropped by the FreshPlaza stand. Allan is seeing increased demand in Europe for sweet potatoes from Australia.
John Said from Fresh Select a regular visitor to the show from Australia.
Sinclair were nominated for the FL Innovation award for their EcoLabel on the stand were Ben Nicoll and Duncan Jones.
Scott Knapkavage and Marsha Verwiebe of Volm Companies. The company’s focus this year is on sustainable packaging.
Saar Ziv, Oron Ziv and Nufar Sagi from Befresh Europe, an Israeli exporter
Team of Rijk Zwaan
Veronika Mangin and David Ferrer from Agrofresh
Sander Bruins Slot from FreshPlaza, Amnon Sandman, Elizabeth Paredes Cruz, Hila Nagel and Rafael Asturias from Stepac
Ely Keslaccy, Alina Iefimova, Karen Ron, Tony Timan, Dror Eigerman, Nir Harel, Michal Naveh and Yoav Nakash from Geailee Export
Andrew Connor, Jon Heard and Les Burstow were part of the team at the Marco stand with their intelligent packhouse solutions which reduce waste and overpack.
Nick Finbow sales Director at PML. The company has just launched a new fleet of trucks with livery.
Carla Belandria Espinosa and Steve Cecarelli of Farm Fresh Produce. This American company has offices in both the US and in the Netherlands to ensure smooth operations for their customers. They sell their sweet potatoes under their Dolce Vita brand.
Ankit Bhargava, Akhilesh Bhargava, Sukhdeep Singh Sethi and Samir Sawant were on hand at the AviGlobal Plast stand.
Avi, Dorit, Tal and Sagi Dagul from Agrifood promoting dates from Israel
José Liberman, Abraham Nirenberg, Adnan Sabehat, Yosef Sabehat and Athanasios Mandis from Zoepac promoting modified atmosphere packaging
Marizel Aguirre and Lindsey Huber promoting Northwest Cherries and Washington Apple Commission
Michel Picandet said Tomra's goals for the future were to help customers solve challenges and increase productivity.
Josh Gray of A&B Packing Equipment, next to the G2Evolution packing machine.
Anton Kruger CEO of FPEF at the very colourful South African stand.
A busy Westfalia stand.
Lorenz Hartmann de Barros, Sybille Friedrich, and Andrés Ocampo of HLB. While the company is known for bringing tree-ripened papayas to Europe in the early ‘90s and helping popularize the fruit in the European markets, they now also work with many other exotics, like pitahaya and mango.
AC Goatham were part of the UK stand this year, they have a new apple variety Flander’s Pink which will be in the stores this season. Richard McGrath was at the stand.
Many of the companies which are under the Fresca Group were on the stand, Ian Craig Chief Executive of Fresca with The Avocado Company's vibrant colours as a back drop.
Julian Pitts from VegUK - it was the first year the company has had a stand at the trade show.
James Hutton were also part of the UK stand for the first time this year, Jamie Smith and Dr Susan McCallum were part of the team on the stand.
JDM presented their many different products again this year: Darren Beven, Emma Smith, Dennis Simmons and James Foulser were at the stand.
The team from Muddy Boots.
Some of the international Sakata team, they were promoting the Bimi again this year and had a chef on the stand handing out cooked sampled to passers by, the re was also a cook-off.
Tong moved into the machine hall for the first time this year on the stand were Charlie Rich and Peter Stocks.
BeeHive were in Berlin for the first time with the innovative HarvestEye technology which can information about potatoes and onions on size, yield and much more during harvest. Linden Heaton and Effie Warwick-John were at the stand.
Haith also made the move to the machine hall this year with a new system for air drying potatoes and new washer with two water tanks.
Total Produce and Dole had a combined stand for the first year which was full to capacity on the first two days.
Andrew Mandemaker from Pink Lady with a back drop of the famous Pink Lady bags.
The ladies at MSC.
Nagesh Shetty from Deccan produce in India was visiting the show.
Lots of meetings at the ClemenGold stand.
Johan van Zyl and Luckhoff Scheeper from Kromco a South African top fruit grower.
Amazing display on the AFREX stand, light bulbs with gel to showcase the produce.
Edible flowers from AFREX
John Kowarsky from AFREX and Amnon Zamir from CargoLite with a new solution for shipping fresh herbs, it is sturdy and has good air flow so that the herbs can be placed closer together which is more cost effective.
Thomas Braun and Simone Innerebner
Guiseppe Acquisto at Garden of Eden Berries, they supply plants for the whole of the whole of the South African strawberry growers.
Evonne McDiarmid with New Zealand Plant and Food.
Etienne Taitz at the AFREX stand.
Amos Betzer,, Gila Ben Zano and Yair Ohana from Viva Agriculture
The teams from FreshGold and Dipenaar were kept busy with meetings.
Simon Clementi and Jurgen Braun
The ladies from Agricultural Research Council and Fruit South Africa.
Werner van Rooyen - FPEF and Cyril Julius and Lucien Jansen from PPECB.
A multitude of packing solutions from Mpact.
Michele Bruni, Tim Chambers and Paula
The team from Richard Hochfeld were proudly displaying their Hyke gin as well as talking about grapes and apples!
The team of Grapa promoting the Arra varieties
Benoît Janny from Janny MT
Bryan O'Barsness at the LinkFresh stand.
Tim Elcombe and Stephen Hedderly enjoying a well deserved seat at the BedGrow stand.
AeroBotics - Timothy Willis, Alastair Curtis and Bernardo Costa.
James Blaxland and Martin Clarke has been very bust at the Drywite stand with washes for fresh produce.
Scott Roebuck, Sam Ashton and John Dumbell at Packaging Automation.
John J Toner at United Fresh.
Idelette Olivier and Julia Iunitskaya at SRCC.
The team at Vidafresh
A busy stand with live chef demonstrations on cooking sweet potatoes at Scott Farms.
Lots of meetings at the Karsten stand.
Amjad Ghosheh and Miriam Eslayeh from Hasad Palestine. End of January they decided to come to Berlin to promote the dates from Jericho
Yaacov Bitton from Hadran Labeling Solutions and Greg Wilson from Warehouse Design & Packing
Eldad Engelberg from Arava Export Growers
Ido Yaari, Itamar Levy, Niki Rosenberg and Arale Dvorai from Arava Export Growers an Israeli grower and exporter
Asaf Gadish from Hevel Ma'on Enterprises grower and exporter from Israel
Janan La Fontaine from PickPack promote packaging from recycled plastic
Adi Rozenberg from Bless S.R. pushing more on flowers and micro leaves this year
Ithzak Vizenberg and Violet Rozen from The Growers
Omri Bishor from Agridrones attend the show to look for new representatives worldwide. They have drones that know where to spray for Mediterranean Fruit Fly and False Codling Moth
Rinat Saidon from Varcode. Varcode is a temperature monitoring solution
Mohanad Asmar and Mohammad Zubidat from Lamico promoting dates
Fabrizio Iurato from Top Seeds International promoting the new brand Ikygai
Assaf Adar from Sole promotes the deible flowers and for the second year Orchid flowers
Gal Nadan, Enav Shallit and Mahmoud Younis from Shallit Carrots
Eran Nadler from Mor International
Rinat and Ami Ben Dror from Dorot Farms for the first year they have rainbow carrots
Busy at the Ben-Dor Fruits stand. The company develops varieties of stonefruit and topfruit
Elad Mardix from Clarifruit promoting their new Quality Control platform
Yaniv Cohen from Hadiklaim promoting dates
Olga Rashkovan, Estie Amar and Tomer Sarrusi from Aviv
Eyal Inbar and Haim Roseblum from Hishtil
Antony Gardiner with all the fresh products from G's
Avinoam Zarfin, Iris Zarfin, Melanie Stoffels, Berto Levy and Patrick Stoffels from Gaia Herbs
Henrique Meneres from Quinta de Vilar from Portugal
Paulo Carmo from Calibra Fruta
Haim Bar from BT9
Vitor Fonseca from Ferreira da Silva
German Vite from Keny an importer of bananas
Miguel Barbosa from Luis Vicente
Filipe Silva from Luso Pêra
Paulo Martens from HortaIbérica
Carla Simões from Frutalvor
Liliane Farica from Vale da Rosa
Peter Skov Johansen from Green Peas
Margarita Alfonso and Bruno Santos from Frutas Classe
Hostesses from 100% Titular promoting sweet potatoes
Diogo Sampio and Emma Rogers from Emergosol
Jeff Correa from USA Pear
Alvaro Castro from Producomex
Anouk Sijmonsma from PMA and Jaap Pees from FruitMax
Team of Plasgad
Ofir Elasar from Origene Seeds
Carmela Labella, Avetisyan Anna, Yonit Sternberg and Galit Amidror from Mehadrin
Momen Sinokrot of PalGardens, a Palestine Date Producer, attended the show as a visitor this year, but would like to work on including more Palestinian producers in the show next year.
1. Gabie Latupeirissa, Daphne Bierenbroodspot, and Dave Sijogo of Mission Produce, the global avocado network.
Ray Mizutani (Director of International Sales) and Gerald Denni (Chairman of the Board) of Sunkist.
Willy Yeo, Director of Marketing at Carrier Transicold, the global container refrigeration company.
Lizbeth Fernandez and Raquel Carter of Alliance Rubber Company. The company producers rubber bands in the US to be used for packing several products. These bands are eco-friendly and economic for packers.
Cody Hegel, John Morais, Mike Trucker and Natalie Shuman of the Apeel team. Their EU partners helped the company launch Apeel avocados first, and now Apeel citrus, into Europe.
Apeel’s display shows the elongated shelf-lives of fresh products that have been treated with the Apeel product.
Tom Robyn, the European Sales Manager of Joolies, a California-based date grower and producer. While the consumer packaging is very popular in the US, the company sells mostly to warehouses in Europe though they want to expand the market for retail presentations of dates.
Steve Grinstead, CEO of Fresh Edge, Miriam Wolk of the United Fresh Produce Association, and Danny Duman SVP of Sales and Product Management at Del Monte, at the United Fresh Produce Association’s reception on the first day of the show.
Andrew Chryssogelos and Dr. Andrew Turatti of Turatti North America, President of Wonderful Citrus Zak Laffite, and Tom Stenzel, President and CEO of the United Fresh Produce Association, at the United Fresh reception.
Reiner Scheidler, Mayda Sotomayor, Juan Carlos Sanchez Diaz, and Charles-Henri Deprez of Greenyard at the United Fresh reception.
Rodrigo Torres of Valvilla Produce, Ramiro Martinez, Fernando Chavez of Aguacates Chahena, and Arcelia Esqueul, who are some of the sponsors of the United Fresh reception.
Chris Cockle and Pieter Scheepers of Wonderful Citrus, Maria Bermudez, and Patricia Compress at the United Fresh reception.
Dave Murray, Erin Hutchinson, Gino Burnette, Fred Williamson, John Farrington and John Vena at the United Fresh reception.
Tom Hazelof of Wonderful. The company last year launched the no-shell pistachios in Europe and are working on adding the flavored no-shells, which have been successful in the American market, to the European market by 2021.
Richard Butera of Maglio Produce holding the Ready-Ripe watermelon pouch bag.
Oscar Portilla of De Los Angeles Produce, with the Blue Book Services team: Carlos Sanchez, Frank Sanchez, and Ron Arevalo.
Bryant Hill and Josh Wright from Ham Farms. The North Carolina sweet potato producer is looking to increase their exports to Europe now that the Spanish and Egyptian seasons are coming to an end.
Gerd Uitdewilligen, Liza Zagrabchuk, Jan-Willem Schrijver, Matthew Neidlinger, Jan Stommel and Kelci Richardson of Emerson. On the first day of the exhibition, the company released a GO real-time 4G tracker.
Steward Mann, Caroline Hopkins, and Scott Wilkins of Pioneer Growers. The company’s newest product is hydroponically grown lettuce, which is destined both for the US domestic market and export. This lettuce will be available year-round.
The Canadian pavilion was located in Hall 23, next to the US pavilion and near the Ecuadorian, Brazilian, and Colombian pavilions.
Ellen Larsen-Kouwenberg of Potatoes Canada and Ingham Jenkins of DI Jenkins and Associates. Potatoes Canada had a booth as part of the Canadian pavilion this year.
Ron Lemaire (President) Wally Burns (IT Manager) and Sue Lewis (Vice-President) of the Canadian Produce Marketing Association. The CPMA 2020 convention will take place from May 12th – 14th, in Toronto.
Luc Mougeot (Vice-President) and Iryna Romanenko (Accounting and Administration) of DRC, a cooperation that works in fruit and vegetable dispute resolution.
Rob Flood of Air Cargo Canada. The company services the most destination in Europe out of North American Carriers. During the exhibition, they saw much interest from Latin American companies.
Gerrit Van Tilborg, Mieke Claessens, Alexandra R. Wu and Frederick L. Wu of DeltaTrak, who this year introduced two new loggers: a PDF logger with Bluetooth and a PDF logger with 2G and 3G networks.
Jim Hazen and Chuck Zeutenhorst of First Fruit Marketing attended the show as visitors this year.
Stephane Demulder, Joop Kurver, Hugo Ramos, and Philippe C. Darricerrère of IPL Marco, which was formerly known as MacroPlastics. The company’s presence at Fruit Logistica was the first time they used their new brand.
Sharon Boase of CKF Earthcycle Packaging, a sustainable packaging company. The company presented two new packaging options: a two-count avocado tray and a new pint-size berry punnet.
Dariel Trottier (President), Cheryl Darychuk (Category Director), Graem Nelson (Export Sales), and Bryan Key (Category Director) of CFP Consolidated Fruit Packers. The company experienced a difficult Canadian cherry season last year due to rains but is looking forward to the coming season which will start in June.
James Mash of fruit and vegetable virtual marketplace MarketBuy, visiting the FreshPlaza stand.
Azza Lotfy, Director for Green Tiba. The Egyptian exporters deal in strawberries, citrus and potatoes, amongst other produce.
Miltos Balakanakis of Balakanakis Olympic Fruit. The Greek fruit exporters deal in kiwis, grapes and citrus.
Habib Ben Gharbia, Managing Director of Mistral Shipping from Tunesia, visiting the FreshPlaza stand.
The Belco stand was full of meetings. The Egyptians deal in lots of vegetables.
There was also a lot of cooking going on at the Belco stand, ensuring a pleasant smell as soon as you'd walk into Hall 2.1.
Ahmed Sarhan is the Chairman and CEO of Fruttella, a citrus and onion exporter based in Egypt.
The Pico stand, where people were in meetings for most of the event.
Anna Litwin, founder of Polish haskapberry trading company BlueHaskap, visiting the FreshPlaza stand.
Evangelia and Georgios Kolios of Greek kiwi exporters Kolios.
Heba Helmy, Marketing & Branding Specialist and Amr Helmy, Founder & Operation Director of Pharaonic Bioherbs. The Egyptian exporter deals in conventional and organic garlic and onions.
Walid El Adawy, the managing director of Egyptian citrus exporter Nile Establishment for International Trade.
Fayssal Boulguid and the Beni Mellal Citrus team
Charifa Ibnoutabet, Export Manager of Moroccan fruit & vegetable exporter Agri-Souss. They deal in tomatoes, peppers and citrus.
Sherif Mezar, Export Director of Pyramids Agro, from Egypt. They export citrus.
On the right is Mohamed El Faham, Grape Export coordinator of the Mafa brand.
On the right is Emilia Lewandowska, export manager for Polish apple exporter Fruit-Group. They're also branching out in various soft fruits.
Esraa Assaf of Ghabbour (GB) Farms. The Egyptian exporter deals in citrus and grapes, among other fruits.
Pavlos Kontogiannis for Greek kiwi exporter Medfruit, wanting us to only capture his good side.
Omar Ali of FinBi. Unfortunately May Salem was unable to make it to Berlin, but Omar held the fort to showcase their brand Nates'nGrapes, consisting of grapes and pomegranates from Egypt.
Mohamed El Baroudy of El Roda. Based in Egypt, they deal in citrus grapes and pomegranates,
The produce at display at the Fruttella stand.
Ashraf Yanni is the managing director of Queen Fresh Produce, while taking the picture he was busy in a meeting.
The Nivex Farms team. The Egyptian exporters deal in a variety of vegetables, like green beans and peppers.
Yhe Meypak stand, they showcased a variety of packaging.
The Meypak stand.
Saied El Sayed and Ahmed Alhajrawy of Hama for Food Industries. The Turkish exporter deals in citrus.
Some of the snacks on display at the Tokita Seeds stand.
Visitors of the Tokita stand were invited to try some samples.
Several produce was on display at the Tokita Seeds stand.
Ebubekir Tulpar and the Ser Pak team. They were presenting their plastic packaging, designed to pack fresh produce.
Omar and Wiam Baalla of Palm Export. The Moroccan trading company deals in tomatoes and mandarins.
On the right is Mohamed El-Sheikh, Managing Director of Trading Island. They recently purchased their second onion sorting machine from a Dutch company and are looking forward to the 2020 season.
In the middle is Adem Oran, CEO of Hatipoglu Tarim. The exporter from Turkey deals mostly in citrus.
The Tokita Seeds stand was quite large and filled with small snacks for visitors to try.
Marwan Abdelwahab and Fah Abdelwahab of Abd Elwahab Sons. The Egyptians deal mostly in citrus.
Levent Cakmak, Sales Manager for Saypek and his team. They showcased their packaging in Berlin.
The Eren Tarim team. The Turkish company deals in citrus mostly.
The Inter-Trade stand.
In the middle is Esraa Soylelen of Aksun in the middle of a meeting. The Turkish stand had lots of visitors during the event.
The stand of Turkish exporter Ozler Tarim.
Mohamed Mohamady, Technical Manager and Mohamed Azmy, Logistivs Executive of Blue Nile, representing their brand Blue Nile Organic.
Marko Arsenovic, Sales Manager for Copa, who deal in Pannonian apples.
Oussama Ghissassi, Faisal Hassan Labban and Nordine Laayouni at the Clementina stand. The Moroccan exporters deal in citrus.
On the right is Tomasz Glaza of SunCrops, busy in a meeting. The Polish exporters deal in soft fruits and a variety of vegetables, like tomatoes and peppers.
On the right is Joanna Leszko of Polish mushroom exporters Grzybmar. They had a busy fair and saw more traffic in Hall B, CityCube.
Elizabeth Brittle of Sol Organica, representing Basa Burke Agro. They deal in pitahaya from Central America.
The Saghar Exports stand.
The iBerry/uBerry stand.
Shivaji Kalaskar, director of Phalani Fresh.
The Sweet Cherry Lade stand. They deal in sweet cherries from Serbia.
Emmanuel Kwaku Darkey and Felix Yao M.Kamassah for the Vegetable Producers and Expoerts Association of Ghana. (VEPEAG). They said they had a lot of traffic during the exhibition.
Karina Stanchevska, CFO of Melitopol Cherry, from Serbia.
The Quiza stand was quite busy with a meeting.
The Green Egypt staff. The Egyptian exporters deal in a wide variety of vegetables.
The Les Domaines stand.
Edward Kofi Botchway, Danial Asherow and Stephen Mintah for Sea-Freight Pineapple Exporters of Ghana.
Andriy Shrab and Borys Smoliar of Blueberry LLC from Ukraine.
Second on the left is Anna Gabler, CEO of Polish organic apple exporters AgroQueens. Their brand is growing steadily and they had a great exhibition.
The Juta stand.
Asif Amrohi, Principal Advisor Europe of Keep it Fresh.
Mayur Lonkar and Shivaji Kalaskar of Phalani Fresh from India, visiting the FreshPlaza stand. They deal in processed pomegranates amongst other exotic processed fruits.
Zisis Fotios and his wife showcased Zisis Farm's corn and vegetables from Greece.
On the left is Giogos Mantos, together with his Mantos-team to showcase their Greek citrus.
On the left is Peter Sutherland, Sales Manager and on the right is Mark Patrick Wade, Business Development for Ukrainian exporter NatureGreen coming to visit the FreshPlaza stand.
Ajay T G, X, Walo Berger and Marcel Bangerter at the Sam Agri stand, showcasing the packaging of their pomegranate arils.
Paresh and Soham Bhalala of Bhalala Foods. The Indian grower and trader deals in onions and several vegetables.
Second on the left is Damian Kozlowski, he and his team of the Polish exporting company Ewa-Bis were representing their new organic brand Owoce Natury.
The PureBerry stand. The Serbian company deals in a variety of soft fruit.
Dipesh Devraj of Keitt Exporters Ltd. They export avocados from Kenya.
Rinze Jonkman is an account manager for Fuji Packaging, in the Benelux region. As always, Fuji had a very large stand to showcase their packing machinery.
On the right is Marjorie Quist Abdin, 1st Vice President for the FAGE.
Jan Nowakowski visiting the FreshPlaza stand. Nowakowski deals in apples from Poland.
The Proto team was busy in a meeting most of the event. The Greek exporters deal in kiwis mostly.
Anna Suchowacka, sales manager of Fruct Fresh and CEO Cezary Zwoisnki. They showcased their fresh cut fruits.
Inmaculada Duarte Garzon, Marketing Manager for Marcoser, visiting the FreshPlaza stand.
Dane Joubert was at the stand of Sun World.
Dominika Kozarzewska (pink scarf) attending to some visitors of the Polish berry association.
Ljubomir Todorovic, sales director for Serbian mushroom exporter Inter Funghi.
Mr Huynh Le Linhg Vu (Right) and his colleague of Tropical Fruit Vegetable Co. Ltd. The company deals mostly in passion fruit, fresh coconut, dragon fruit and rambutan.
Mr Tony Nguyen of Ant Farm Co., Ltd. is introducing his tropical fruits to visitors.
Ms. Nguyen Bao Trang from Doveco. She is proudly presenting her fruit products at the booth.
Hoang Hau Dragon Fruit Farm Co., Ltd exports a variety of fresh fruits from Vietnam, The Marketing Manager Mr Tran Ngoc Han (left) and his colleague are at the booth with their product display.
Mr Keith Nguyen of Natural Fruit Trading Service Co., Ltd has received many good visitors during the exhibition.
The sales director Mr Khuu Hoang Anh of Prosonan Fruit Co., Ltd with his delicious exotics fruit display.
TT Inter Fruit Co., Ltd. exports a variety of tropical fruits from Thailand, including Durian, Mangosteen, Longan and Rambutan. Ms Jira-abha Krongkitjakan is proudly showing her products at the booth.
Java Fresh provides natural exotic tropical fruits from Indonesia. Ms Swasti Adicita Karim (left) and Ms Margareta Astaman (right) are very happy to bring their tasty fruits to Fruit Logisitca.
Mr Robert Hartawan (middle) of PT Lumbung Pangan Internasional is talking with a visitor. He had very busy times in the past days.
Pt. Surya Elok Sejahtera is an Indonesian company that exports a variety of tropical fruits. Mr Naufal Akbar T (left) is representing the company at the stand.
Mr Thosapol Wongshotisatit of Asia Exotic Corporation Ltd. is proudly showing his Thai ginger.
The marketing director Mrs Vipawalee Watjanapinyo of Siam Fresh Enterprise Co., Ltd is very happy that she has received many quality visitors during the past few days. The company exports a variety of tropical fruits from Thailand.
Mr Jonghae Kim of Hansarang Co., Ltd is showing a variety of mushrooms at his stand. The company has its own mushroom farm in South Korea, they mainly deal with King oyster mushroom and Enoki mushroom.
The managing director Mr Soonthorn Sritawee (middle) of Blue River Products Co., Ltd. is talking with a client at the stand. He had a pretty good fair with good quality meetings.
Mr Akinari Iida (general manager, 2nd on the right) is leading the Royal Co., Ltd. team. They have a small cook stand at the booth. The team is happy to see that International visitors are very interested in knowing more about Japanese fruits.
The fruit category of Royal Co., Ltd.
Royal Co., Ltd. supplies a variety of fresh Japanese vegetables including Japanese Nagaimo, sweet potato and potato.
Mrs Thipsuda Promnamsub of Fresh Point Company Limited is at her booth. The company exports a variety of tropical fruits from Thailand. Thipsuda said this is a pretty good fair and she had many quality meetings with clients.
Mr Ryo Takeshita of ASTRA. The company produces a series of automates labor-intensive fruit and vegetable peeling machines. Ryo said visitors who passed his booth are all very surprised with their tomato peeling machine.
ASTRA's peeler can work with different types of fruits with one single machine.
Andrzej Kornafel with Citronex. The Polish company introduced fresh cut fruit salads with IFS-certification. The salads can be a mix with whatever fruit the consumer wants and have a shelf life of eight days.
Adrian and his son. Adrian works for the Moldovan export cooperation.
Krzysztof Sak of Agronom Berries recently told how the company guarantees more stable production with hydroponic cultivation:
Avner Shohet & Yael Mandel of 2BFresh tell us that the company is opening more and more growing locations to be close to customers all over the world.
The products of the herb growers are becoming more and more popular.
The Nutriac stand
The team of the young Israeli breeding company TomaTech. In a short period of time they have launched a wide range of tomatoes.