It's been a while since the last IPM Shanghai took place and then we even made you wait for another day - but here we finally go. The 25th China International Flower and Horticultural Exhibition was exhibited last week at Shanghai New International Expo Center.
Internationally known as IPM Shanghai, the show filled an exhibition hall of over 40,000 sqr meters. Enterprises from 21 countries and regions participated in the exhibition. Among them, the Netherlands participated in the exhibition in the form of a pavilion this year, focusing on displaying the country's latest products and technologies.
Due to the effects of the pandemic, the show was postponed for three years in a row. During this period, many domestic and international projects were also postponed or canceled in China.
When China re-opened its borders for foreign visitors at the beginning of the year, enthusiasm was palpable. The trade show floor was crowded all three days.
One of the reasons for people to visit is the exploration of new floral and plant varieties. In addition, protected horticulture production is developing fast in China, and growers were interested in greenhouse design and automation solutions.
Greenhouses (top right) is a company with over thirty years of experience in greenhouse horticulture. Headquartered in De Lier, the Netherlands, it specializes in screen system development, garden center construction and turnkey projects.
Ms. Joe (upper left) from the greenhouse builder Kubo Group, Kubo has completed several greenhouse construction projects in China and around the world.
Ms. Xu Lili (bottom left) from Shanghai Songjiang Yangtze River Delta Flower Science and Technology Innovation Industrial Park. The company is a production and service integrated flower trade complex integrating production and processing, trade logistics, warehousing cold chain, industrial services, exhibitions, and festivals.
The TickRise team (bottom right), provides crop quality scales.
Van Iperen Group (upper left) is a special fertilizer manufacturer with a century-old history. In the future, Chinese agriculture will pay more attention to environmental protection and ecology. The upstream and downstream of the industrial chain will use technologies such as water and fertilizer integration and agricultural Internet of Things to achieve precise and scientific fertilization. Safe, high-yield, high-quality agricultural products.
Ridder (upper right) provides environmental control systems for greenhouses. You can see several products of Knight in the Central Yida Demonstration Park in Kunshan, Jiangsu.
(Bottom left) is Mr. Ji Zhen from Ranmei Coconut Peat.
The Dutch Flexibell System (lower right) team provides tailor-made solutions for greenhouse construction