Grab this exciting chance to showcase your business and start exporting across the globe at Fruit Logistica 2018.
AHDB will once again host the British pavilion at Fruit Logistica – which takes place next year from 7-9 February 2018 in Berlin – to showcase Great Britain’s horticulture and potato industries.
Fruit Logistica is one of the largest and most important fresh produce shows in Europe providing the number one route for UK enterprises to showcase their wares to thousands of international businesses. Buyers and decision makers across the whole industry, from grocery, wholesale and speciality retail to foodservice and manufacturing, will converge to uncover the hottest trends, latest product launches and the industry’s vision for the future.
The AHDB stand provides growers and exporters with a focussed hub to do business and champion the UK’s reputation for outstanding food and farming. Exhibitors will have dedicated branded exhibition booths, meeting space, and networking opportunities in a fully managed and catered stand.
Rob Burns, head of crops export market development said: “Fruit Logistica 2018 will be packed to the rafters with products from across the world that are guaranteed to give exhibitors food for thought in more ways than one. The AHDB British pavilion is an opportunity many exporters have taken advantage of over the years through the new product launches, engaging new clients and fast-tracking onto the forthcoming trends and innovations.
“The industry’s decision makers should not be questioning whether they can afford the time to visit the event in 2018 – they should be questioning whether they can afford not to.”
Places on the AHDB pavilion are limited and with exhibitors already lining up, we recommend you book your space now.
Tony Padoan, Jepco, who exhibited in 2017 said, “Exploring the opportunity of exports really excites us and the feedback we have highlights the real potential for our business. From my point of view, exhibiting here has been a fantastic investment; there is a real hunger here for our products. If even a fraction of the potential business opportunities we have discussed here come off we will still be doing amazingly well.”