Because of the still unsafe health situation in Mexico, GreenTech Americas, the first spin-off of GreenTech, is rescheduled from 16 - 18 March to 15 - 17 August 2021.
RAI Amsterdam and Tarsus, as organizers, are committed to ensure the health and safety of the exhibitors, visitors, suppliers, staff and other stakeholders in their participation of the exhibition with the international quality that characterizes the GreenTech brand. The organizers recognize the power of face-to-face interaction with a productive approach where the priority is to generate successful business, business relationships and knowledge sharing. The new dates in August expect to provide a more accurate picture of optimal conditions to organize a safe and successful event.
“Unfortunately the conditions are not in place yet to organize the event that we are aiming for, we need to have more patience. The horticulture industry in Mexico and surroundings is still increasing and we are excited to connect this industry and share top-notch knowledge via the GreenTech platform in August,” said Mariska Dreschler, Director of Horticulture - GreenTech, RAI Amsterdam.
“We are looking forward to finally being able to do a safe and productive GreenTech Americas and we thank all of our exhibitors, sponsors, Advisory Board Members and Supporting Organizations for their continued interest and support in the event. We will be especially pleased to welcome the Mexican growers to our show so that they can see the latest technologies and services available to them,” said Paul St. Amour, Vice President Latin America, Tarsus Group.
The agricultural and horticulture market in Mexico has still a lot of potential. Also Mexico itself is an important market for international companies. The value of providing the protected horticulture industry in Mexico and the rest of America with an event, is recognized and will open the way to rebuild the economy.