It’s all tech at the GreenTech

On the second day of the GreenTech exhibition, the character of the exhibition is shown. The exhibition is not about collecting pens, it's not about exhibition activities – it's all about technique.
Surprisingly, it looked like the first morning of the exhibition was busier than the second one. In general it can be said that the paths aren’t flooded during the third edition of the GreenTech exhibition in Amsterdam, but as all exhibitors comment, the quality of the visitors is remarkable and the level of knowledge and interest is high. Visitors came to the exhibition with a purpose, looking for information on a specific topic: whether it is to learn more about light recipes or to get clear information of a greenhouse design or the best solution for purifying water – focus is the word.
For now we offer you a sneak peek of exhibitors. Today and tomorrow we’ll continue snapping photos and on Monday we’ll present you with a full report!

The team of Codema Systems Group

Van der Knaap team in their stand

P. Schoenmakers (left) having coffee with Lodewijk Wardenburg of the Bom Group

The team of Prins Group

There was a lot of attention for organic cultivation, including at the Holland Plug stand.

Two new colleagues at Jiffy:Luc de Bruyne and Kent Carrell will reintroduce the upgraded Jiffy Pot R2 in Europe and US retail.

Ahoy Mardenkro!

In the meantime, do not forget to drop by at our booth near the escalators at the entry to pick up the newest edition of the Greenhouse Guide!

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