Photo report: GrowTech 2022

The GrowTech exhibition has come to an end. As it’s tradition, you can finally enjoy our photo report of the event.

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Yusuf Tereci, Tolga Oztekin, Eda Arioglu and Kemal Sukran with Netafim 

As we have discussed in the previous updates, many more visitors and companies than in previous editions came to the show this year. On the one hand, there are opportunities in the Turkish market, and on the other hand, Turkey is the hub to enter the Middle East market.

That aside, there's some tension in the market because of the global recession and energy prices. Attracted by the growing industry, many investors pumped a lot of money into the global greenhouse horticulture and they do not like red numbers

Murad and Cagla from the company Enorpa, active in heating systems, mostly in the Middle East 

For Turkey, the energy crisis and inflation mean opportunities to export to Europe. This is something increasingly growers are looking into. This motivates them to invest in their equipment. All around the Antalya region, there are several government-supported projects, as a demonstration of the pursuit of the aforementioned opportunities.

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Nico Niepce with Alweco 

There were also many Dutch and Russian companies at the show. The former because of the high energy prices in Europe are looking for more affordable solutions; the latter are prevented from doing business in the EU, and thus are looking for alternatives – with a special interest in the Middle East.

Gunther Fouquet with Pulsfog 

But we have said enough now. It’s photo time!

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