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Climate chamber attracts lot off interest at IPM Essen

Certhon is satisfied looking back at IPM Essen 2013. Together with WPS Horti Systems they presented the newest climate chamber. "At Horti Fair the chamber was presented for the first time, and it was a real eye catcher that received lots of interest. Due to this we decided to improve the chamber and we re-launched it at IPM in Essen," said Martin Veentra of Certhon.

Martin Veenstra en Marc Vijverberg

"Lots of climate specialists visited the chamber in Essen. Also lot of people from diverse countries were paying a lot of attention to it. This makes us look back to IPM Essen with a good feeling," Veenstra said.

Certhon will be attending Fruit Logistica in hall 1.2, at stand number B-22

Publication date: 1/30/2013





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