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Fruit Logistica 2019 - Horticulture
The Lucchini Idromeccanica team: Vittorio Genuardi, Massimo Lucchini and Mateo Lucchini.
Leonardo Mannarelli, Giuseppe Netti, Patrizia Giuliana & Valeria Delfine with Arrigoni.
Johnny Rasmusse & Morgen Hjorth showing the fertilisation & irrigation mixer of their company Senmatic.
The team of P.TRE was showing the gutter systems they developed for various crops.
“Although we’ve been in business for 42 years, we doubled the size of the company in 2018,” Richard Vollebregt with Cravo told us recently. This is driven by a combination of geographic as well as crop expansion. Read the complete article here:
Daniele Airoldi and Elisabetta Pircher of Italian technical textile manufacturer Aduno.
The team of Richel Group.
Brice Richel is visited by Isgandar Gurbanov & Rufat Mamadov with Grow Group Azerbaijan.
Henk van Tuyl with KUBO shows the companies greenhouse model to international guests.
Aad Verduijn with MJ Tech is visited by Ren van der Horst, Spuitbedrijf R. van der Horst.
Only recently the partnership between Motorleaf & Cultilene was announced. . "We are convinced that Motorleaf's harvest forecast service has added value for tomato and pepper growers worldwide. That is why we are actively bringing this service to the attention of our customers'’, Marielle Klijn with Cultilene
explained last week
. Fortunately Alastair Monk with Motorleaf & Ruud van Gils with Cultilene also had a good time during the show - so we expect the partnership is there to last!
BLV recently expanded their range of assimilation lighting:
Gustavo Alvarez Pérez with Asthor Agrícola.
Patrick Casteleyn with Mechatronix
Netledpresenting their turn-key vertical farm, Vera. In the photo Sanna Rosnell & Niko Kivioja.
Alberto Galdos of ULMA.
The Europrogress team: Dumitru Topala, Fram Limbarino, Marcello Galati & Matthieu Legoff.
Ina Plastics is doing great business with their thermoformed tray in various countries, including Mexico of course. In the photo Kostas & Jacob Tsonakis & Carlos Alvarez Maldonado.
Saturn Bioponics Hydroponic Science & Technology presented its system. The USP's include the fast ROI and the scalability.
The 7-layer anti-drip film of Plastika Kritis is presented by Stelios Apostolakis, Emmanouil Kykrilis & Dimitris Doukas
Tero Kerttula, Pirita Luolamaa-Vollebregt, Jukka Huttunen & Tuulia Valkam are the representation of Novarbo photographed during show.
Their Mosswool is a regrowing alternative to peat.
Plessey launched its new Hyperion Inter Light:
The team with Greenvass: Vahid Bagheri, Erick Vazquez, Roque Cascales & Miguel Angel Lucena.
Steven Adriaense with with Van Looveren a bit pink in the LED lights on the show!
There must have been a five in the clock when Leo Marcelis (Wageningen UR) dropped by at MechaTronix and toasted with Patrick Casteleyn & Koen Vangorp.
Francisco Soares & Henrique Ribas with Exporplas.
Younes Berada & Jose Miguel Morales Sandoval with Rufepa. The turnkey greenhouse supplier have some nice project going on.
The Heliospectra team: Johan Lindqvist, Wiktor Paijkull, Ruben Gonzalez & Karin Dankis,
The Italian twins Cristiano Riciputi & Andrea di Pastena
Joost van Rooij, Eliezer Adania & Olga Sholomova with Paskal. The company recently updated the DrainVision floor-scale weighing system:
Well that must be a hattrick - three times Bosman Van Zaal??
Tyler Clark, Ricardo Mendez & Ziya Yildiz with Yuksel Seeds visited the show.
Peter Sallaets with Greenyard Horticulture. The new company new is to be launched within the coming weeks.
Markus Falkenbach & Marco Luhrs with Volmary showing their sweet potato.
Rüdiger Walz with Hishtil
Bart den Hertog, Viscon AimFresh, showing retail concept The Gardians.
Vicente Jaramillo with Humintech.
A new stand for Desch Plantpak, Hatec & Vegobel, but fortunately we still can recognize Geert Van de Voorde!
Purple asparagus? That must be...
Bejo! Maurice Deben with Bejo shows the various coloured asparagus from the breeders’ assortment. “We want to inspire new consumers with the different colours & different tastes. For example the Erasmus is a Salad asparagus, an the Tricolore as well. Thanks to the short preparation time, it fits modern diets completely.”
The Saopolo is new in the premium cherry segment and is of interest to growers in North West Europe. With the Piccolo, the Rivolo and the Yellow Leaf resistant Sorentyno the company offers a complete range in this segment, varying in sweetness and cultivation specifications.
Yvo Lens with Gautier
Yvo Lens with Gautier is visited by tomato grower Paul Stoffels.
Nayem Hassan & Soliman Masaoudi with Russel IPM.
Nayem Hassan showing the companies new product: Yokosan.
Andy Barber with RPC BPI is visited by Guillaume le Garden with Plastidis.
Roshni Suseel with KokoGro.
The VOEN company has been specializing in covering systems protecting stone fruit and berries from heavy rain, hail and frost.
Francis Paon, Julien Perree & Sigrid Hanser with Fertil.
Owen Lane with XL Horticulture visiting Guilermo Carabante with Hydroponic Systems International
Fram Limbarino with Europrogress visiting the Italian company Ambralight.
Ambralight has various LED solutions.
Tomas Pernas & Aboussada Zaky with Fertri Invernaderos visited by Michiel de Jong (on the left) who recently joined Moleaer.
Koen van den Hurk & Siby Joseph with Dutch Plantin
Many visitors for the Greece-based plastic film producer Daios Plastics
Javier Huete Lazaro with J. Huete International
Mario Dal Degan (Pati Italy) & Luigi Pezzon with Pati International.
Guillermo Baquiero & Ana Marita Navarro Miras with New Growing System
Nikola Petković of Agrikol with his colleague Igor
Bram Vanthoor with Hortiplan. The company recently explained how, where and why they are expanding:
Novagric was present during this years exhibition.
Kalum Balasuriya, Emilie Morilleau, Charlie Millen & Julia Coulomb with Botanicoir.
The Gremon systems products were presented at the show as well.
The TomaTech team and of course the TomaTech tomatoes.
Visiting the exhibition: Dave Pinxteren & Kurt Verhelst with Prayon, with in the middle Omar Dennis with OCP
Severina Windmolders, Simon Eyers & Frederic Fernandes with Roam Technology, providing the Huwa-San solution
Francisca & Mario with Artigianfer. The company presented its new logo on the website and launched a new company website.
GND Solution vertical farming system
Vincenzo Russo, Gaia Renna, Stefano Liporace of Vifra High Pressure Fog Systems with Mauro Sala and
The team with P-tre Is visited by AFA Steel from Iran
Jan Mol & Arnold de Kievit showing the new Oreon fixture:
Dennis Dullemans, Agrolux, Marcel Schulte, Holland Gaas en Arjen Pauw, Gavita
Ries Neuteboom, Signify, en Mario Taal, Agrolux
Mediane: Robert van der Laan, Gabriela Husz, Peter van Tolingen (Med. USA) and Mike Leistikow
The team of Axia Vegetable Seeds gathered in the stand for a picture. On the picture we see Marco Hasenbroek, Jesse Kikkert (Team Herman den Blijker), RenZ stores, Aida Rasić, Cees Kortekaas, Felipe Guevara, Wim van Krieken, Michel de Winter and Herman den Blijker.
Robert Keijzer, Nathalie van den Ende (KUBO), Mariska Slaman (PDI) and Dennis van der Leijde (KUBO) in the PDI corner of the stand that they also shared with Verkade Climate.
Hortilux, growth light specialist, will continue to provide advice to users in the field even more than before. In the photo: Orchan Koelijev, Hans de Vries, Vera Bouklakova, Paul van der Valk and Stefano Hiwat.
For Verkade Klimaat, Pieter Kruijt and Henk Schonewille were photographed.
Florin Munteanu and Robert Marks (VB Group)
Joris Bogaerts of Bogaerts Greenhouse Logistics
Gaston Pauwels, Trintech, presents the cloth filter named ProfiFilter
New faces at Bogaerts Greenhouse Logistics: Ernst-Jan Monden and Mattijs van Loon
Chris Bevers, Kees van Dam and René de Jonge of Koat. Koat supplies all kinds of machines and systems to various industries all over the world. These range from simple machines and construction work to complex, specialist systems.
Peter Lexmond, Laura Rastovac, Marc Staring, Irina Stegemand and Arnold Bol of Meteor Systems
Ruben Lensing of Sudlac
Oriol Peiris, Victor Fernet and Miguel Angel Pomares of ARaymond
Hugo Plaisir (Ludvig Svensson), Johan van Dijk and Tom van Zundert (Looije Agro Technics) and Jan Mulder of Gavita
Leon Verkoelen of Berkvens Greenhouse Mobility. Berkvens greenhouse mobility helps entrepreneurs in the horticultural sector raise their productivity levels.
Jelle Hoogland and Roger de Jagher of Mardenkro. It's all about ReduSystems and AntiReflect
Udo van Slooten and Edo Kolmer of Signify.
Joop van Riessen of Dalsem and Arjan Pauw of Gavita
Ludvig Svensson - (Part of) the crew during the Fruit Logistica
Theo Stolze of Stolze Agro Technics, Jelle Boeters and Tom van Veen of Prins Group
Stolze is a specialist in the field of automation, lighting, irrigation technology, high pressure fog and heating for modern horticulture.
Prins Group offers The Total Growing Solution.
Thomas Bauer (
) and Roeland van Dijk of Codema
Lodewijk Wardenburg (Bom Group), Will Roest (Snelder), John Meijer (Bom Groep) and Leo van Veen (Snelder)
Cees Verbree (Alliance Schweiz Gemuse) and Joek de Zeeuw (Van Dijk Heating)
Raymond van Ispelen and Jan de Smet (Van der Knaap / Forteco)
Robert-Jan de Goey of Megaphoton took a look and the Fruit Logistica
Ellis Janssen and Daniela Damoiseaux of Signify
Gavita: Arjan Pauw, Jan Mulder and Vidar Nordby
Gerjo Engbers, Jeroen van Buren and Martine de Jong from Delphy
Regnier ten Haaf, Marieke van Boven and Mario Scherpenzeel of Ridder.
Alessandro Montana Rella, Ruud van Gils, Ludmila Omer, Jennifer de Braga Ally Monk, Marielle Klijn Serge Pas. Motorleaf and Cultilene are happy with their cooperation. Big data and artificial intelligence will be combined with substrate and diffused glass for the horticulture: https://www.hortidaily.com/article/9068144/helping-counter-decreasing-profit-margins-and-labour-shortages-with-automated-intelligence/
Patrick ten Have, Arie Koppert and Paul Koppert of Koppert Machines
Luuk Runia (Asian Perlite Industries), Ronny van der Heijden, Dick van de Kop, Jeanette de Bruijn, Jaspert Boer and Sander Reukers (Greefa)
Adriaan van 't Hof, Arie Meeuwisse and Cor Taks of Taks Handling Systems)
Sander Zuidgeest (Steens Services), Hans Fakkert (Berg Hortimotive) and Nick Groenewegen (Steenks Services)
Cock van Bommel:"ErfGoed is in business too for cucumber plants."
Jan Vliet van Zante and Frank Boeijen of Van Kempen Refrigeration
Syngenta:"We breed the genetics to grow your business
Syngenta: Our activities are from seed till consumers
Rob van Leeuwen (Yeald), Jan Vellekoop (Peter Dekker Installaties) and Wouter de Jong (Ludvig Svensson)
Kubo ... "The future of greenhouses is blue"
Frank Vriends (Beekenkamp Plants) and Aart Jan Bos and Joost van Ruijven (Beekenkamp Verpakkingen)
Aart Jan Bos and Joost van Ruijven (Beekenkamp Verpakkingen) and Frank Vriends (Beekenkamp Plants)
Jeroen den Ouden (Den Ouden) and Arie van de Wijgert (Komeco)
Peter Maes of Koppert Biological Systems
Rijk Zwaan ..
"Together with their partners they want to contribute actively to the world’s food supply and stimulate vegetable consumption by laying the foundations for healthy and appealing vegetables."
Elena van Sluijs, Bart 't Hoen and Kevin Spoelder of Hoogendoorn
Gakon: Arjan van der Meer, Olaf Mos and Pieter van Berchum
Reitze van het Meer (Ferm o Feed) and Johan van Gelderen (BVB Substrates)
Ralf Derksen and Martin Veenstra of Certhon. Certhon is in to complete horticulture projects
Peter Geerts of Syngenta
Bayer / De Ruiter / Seminis
Lex van der Ende and Micha Nieuwkerk of Van der Ende Groep
Sergey Minko, Anastasia Krasovskaya and Harm Vogels of Intracare
Hans van den Heuvel and Dick Kramp of Greenhouse Power Netherlands
Nico van der Houwen and Mario Taal of Agrolux
Holland Gaas with Marcel Schulte
Aad van den Berg of Delphy Improvement Centre
Peter Hendriks (LetsGrow), Ton van Dijk, Marleen Abels (LetsGrow) and Andreas Hofland (Hortikey).
Andreas presented the Plantalyser. The Plantalyzer automatically measures the tomatoes in the greenhouse while they have not yet been harvested, and so are still hanging on the plant.
Arjan van Steekelenburg of Hazera
Henk Verbakel, Ramon Bol and Adnan Tunović
Pascal den Heijer of Holland Screens
Kurt Lauwers of HollandPlant
MJ Tech: Peter van den Bemd and Aad Verduijn
Peter van der Putten and Haroon Yagut of Vostermans Ventilations
The Priva team: Paulina Komorowska, Peter Knemann, Chris Reeskamp en Maren Schoormans.
Peter Boer of Cyklop shows its elastic binder
Roland Fidder of Politiv / Poly-Hort
Angelique Christiaens of Christiaens Agro. They cooperate with Beltech. They're happy and proud at SortiFlex. With the SortiFlex solution, the above manual routines can be fully automated.
Beltech / Christiaens Agro: The system of SortiFlex provides 3D information about each cucumber, such as length, position and orientation. Each product is automatically graded and gets a destination which is digitally addressed to it.
Willem Kuijvenhoven and Paul van der Wielen of Martin Stolze
Twan Lukassen of LuukTech presents their spraying machine for the horticulture: RailMat Spray Machine
Henk Meulstee and Annelies Michels of Flier Systems
Andrew Dominy and Walter Karbowski of Sakata. Bimi in the spotlights
Chris Noordam and Maurice van der Knaap of Dry Hydroponics
Siebe Duivenvoorde (Celtic Cooling) and Marcel Orie (Kuhne & Nagel)
Gerard Vereijken (Tasty Tom), Harm Vogels (Intracare), Erik Noordam and Wouter van Vliet (Van Iperen) and Bob van Leur (Intracare)
Michel Witmer, Hassan El Khallabi and Angela Besselink Trofi of Groen Agro Control
Rob van Leeuwen of F&H Crone
Lemnis Oreon ... LED grow lights. The water-cooled concept ensures the LEDs and electronics are continuously cooled, regardless of the ambient temperature in the greenhouse.
Christian Oosterlaan (HortiHands / Pack TTI) at Fruit Logistica with a focus on weighing, sorting and packaging
for which, among other things, this linear combination weigher can be used.
Joep Matthee, Jamie Lee Nicodem and Tim Huijben with Viscon Fresh Produce.
In this photo again Jamie Lee Nicodem and Joep Matthee with on the left Simon Kleinjan for Viscon Hydroponics.
Metazet FormFlex: Wilfred Lange and Stefan Nieuwenhuyzen focus on cultivation on gutters.
Raymond van Mierlo and Hans Luijkx (Bato Plastics)
Oscar Nijman (Saarlucon Gewchshausbau) and Twan Leurs (Luiten Greenhouses)
After years of working in the Dutch fruit and vegetable sector, Wim van der Burgh crossed the ocean last autumn to get started with the Canadian greenhouse vegetable giant Mucci Farms. In addition to greenhouse vegetables, Mucci is the largest greenhouse grower in North America with a total of 15 hectares under glass. Read the article here:
Silvia Janssen has been appointed CEO of the online trading platform Service2Fruit on 1 February. In the photo with Peter Stafleu and Jan Oosterom, Best of Four.
Martijn van den Berg showing the Honey Tomatoes and Joyn tomatoes with Looye Kwekers
Rijk Zwaan not only has a stand, but a Retail Center in Berlin all year round. Jan Doldersum with the new Snack Lettuce, Andreas Muller and David Perie.
Caroline Louwerse and Heiko de Ruiter of Harvest House, Martijn van der Hout and Miguel Linssen of Rainbow International, Olaf de Bruijne of TNI, Lex Ophorst of Rainbow and Stefan den Hollander of TNI
STC Int recently moved to a new building with BE Fresh. In the photo Jan van der Kaden and Thomas Brugman, who have been pioneering in Morocco
The 'Dutch Canadians' Paul Schockman and Niels-Peter Klapwijk (Nature Fresh Farms) were also back in Europe. In the photo with Menno Reijgersberg from Europe Retail Packing
The stand at Harvest House / TNI was expanded this year. From left to right: Hans Derks, Rogier Hilkes, Jelte van Kammen, Stefan den Hollander, Gert-Jan Tamerus, Rob Barkmeijer, Frans van der Burg senior and junior
Thomas Bahlman, Piet and Maryn van Vugt from Van Vugt Kruiden, in April the move to the new premises
Nicole Schelling and Sidi Khiter like to pose with the RedStar tomatoes
Sales manager Michel den Ouden and growers Pleun van Duijn, Ben and Frank Groenewegen with Purple Pride. The new strategy is a new strategy to focus on catering and chefs and to inspire chefs with the culinary possibilities of aubergine.
Always colorful, Rob Baan!
ZON fruit & vegetables
Colorful product in the booth of Ruud Zwinkels and Ingeborg Hendriks with Eminent
That's some serious selling! Jeroen Prins (Purple Pride), Dylan van Raaij (Paprico / Sweetpoint) and Stef Baetings from Prominent in the stand of DOOR
Enza Zaden emphasized the importance of post-harvest on the stand. In the photo Patrocinio Fort Rausell and Chris Groot
Albert Haket and Nicolas Bernard with Horconex
EMS: Kees Gunter, Jan-Kees Boerman, Corstian Boerman and Peterjan Goedegebuure.
Buitendijk Slaman at the fair with Arjan van Santen and Edwin Sol
During the IPM Essen we photographed Ammerlaan, now it's Light4Food with Rene van Haeff and Lisa Crijns.
Peter du Crocq (Van der Eng) and Mark Ruigrok (Dutch Printing Labels) shared a stand.
Wim Aalbersberg (Advanced Berry Breeding) quickly left his meeting for a photo.
Eloy Boon and Kester Slaats on behalf of Iribov SBW.
Feeling hungry? Should've gone to BASF. Carin Stroeken and Eric Kiers (BASF Vegetables Seeds) for the stand where vegetables could be eaten all day: a smoothie for breakfast to start with, a spicy cucumber snack as an evening snack and everything in between.
Sander Selten (ICL Specialty Fertilizers) and Willem van Eldik (Delphy)
A busy stand uniting no less than five cooperating companies that focused on Ukraine and Russia for Fruit Logistica. On the photo on behalf of Kemp Plant Nursery: John Gielen, Hans van den Goor and Paul Litjens.
In the picture for Memon: Bart Hagenbeek, Simone Dekker and Ella Rijnsent.
Jiffy showing their light box: Anno Hermes, Roelof Drost and Arjan van Leest.
Jiffy brought a preforma plug that is ISO 22,000 certified and consists of 70% coconut and 30% peat. The plug goes into a fully biodegradable pot filled with organic potting soil to yield a completely organic basil.
Paul Goethals, Wageningen University Research in addition to a high speed phenotyping application that makes a 3D image of a mango in this case with a speed of 20 km / h. As a result, every single product in a batch, 150 tons per hour, can be checked and sample-taking samples are no longer required.
Naturally, the strawberry harvesting robot Rubion from Octinion drew a lot of attention. In the photo: Tom Coen and Thomas Hoeterickx.
Thrace Group: Christos Geros and Manos Roussakis
Present on Start-up Day: Simone Keijzer and Sylvester Noordam on behalf of Gearbox Innovations.
Drones flew above the corner with start-ups in hall 9 and they can also be flying in your greenhouse in the future. In the photo Bram Tijmons of PATS Indoor Drone Solutions flanked by Gerco van Zuilen and Teun van Zuilen from Berrybrothers.
Adriano Desideri (Solho), also one of the start-ups.
The men of Takii Seeds
Bas Duijvestijn and Bob Hunsche (Van der Hoeven)
Mark Rehorst and Rob de Leeuw (PerfoN), part of the Oerlemans Packaging and together with Oerlemans Plastics on the stand.
Jason Behrmann of Motorleaf who announced a collaboration with Cultilene in the area of crop prediction just before the fair.
Hans Harting and Joek van der Zeeuw (Van Dijk Heating)
Reinier van Zanten, Ben Hoogendoorn, Claudia Zuur, Tom Zwijsen (Horticoop)
Miguel Silva & Sofia Ferreira with Sabores Púrpura, Portugese strawberry growers
Valter Gabriel of Da Ros with Sarl Fernand, the Algerian dealer of the company, standing with the seeding machine.
Andrea Bocchini of Urbinati
Andrea Bocchini & Alessandro Mazzacano with Urbinati
Sandrine Quenea & her colleagues with SPID trays.
Giora Giladi of Aqua4D explained even to various television crews how their system works
The team with Armando Alvarez
Sativa's white aubergine
Tomato innovations for Cora Seeds
TSI ITALIA, from the left: Ryoto Sakamoto (corporate planning manager - Top Seeds), Rosario Privitera (area manager), Tetsu Watanabe (general manager Agriscience div. MITSUI & Co.) and Giovanni Causarano (marketing technician)
Maurizio Bacchi with his sons Alessandro and Luca
Andrea Panatani, Chiara Milanesi and Gioele Fabbri with Sativa
The Tokita stand
Southern Seed, Salvatore Cassibba (chief exective officer)
Progene Seed, Vincenzo Cassibba (R&D)
Semiorto Sementi's stand
Vvibes, from the left: Saverio Pintaudi (marketing manager), Emanuele Marino (crop specialist), Stefano Recupero (team coordinator), Valentina Recupero (interpreter), Hilary Taranto (interpreter), Biagio Taranto (marketing) and Daniele Reina (Sicily sales manager)
Maurizio Bacchi at the Cora Seeds' stand.
IPS International Plant Selection, from the left: Edwige Remy, Julien Darnaud, Gloria Guerra Perez, Baptiste Guitton and Alexandre Darnaud
Jan Mühlena of Terracult is exhibiting at Fruit logistica for the first time. The company sees a high demand for high-quality substrates, primarily in berry cultivation. As a result, they decided to be present at this world's leading trade fair.
Molda was represented for the first time at Fruit Logistica and Gerd Friedrich did the job. The company primarily supplies medium-sized companies with processing and drying technology.
Representing McAirlaid's Nonwovens GmbH: Jeff Thornton, Alexandra Maksimov and Aleksei Dobrosman
Katja Krämer and Jennifer Stead of Inform. The company provides software for every step of the value chain.
The complete team of the company Aqua4D. The company supplies irrigation systems for various crops.
Colin Buster-Mensah at the booth of Eurofins
Fabian Kalkhoff of Plantaflor Humus-Verkaufs GmbH
Marjan Karlovic from Step Systems presented several user-friendly quality control devices.
The Voen Vöhringer GmbH & Co. KG team presented the wide range of roofing solutions for commercial fruit growing. In the picture: Ferdinand Sailer, Managing Director Reinhard Vöhringer and Franklin Trouw of the partner company in Australia.
Gerhard Brock and Anno Zerhusen of the company Pöppelmann. Under the name Famac, the company will soon bring recyclable buckets for snack vegetables on the market.
Manfred Klunke & Luca Schetter of Hortisecur / Gartenbau Versicherung.
Sabine Fey from Artevos GmbH was at Fruit Logistica for the first time. The focus was on the new apple varieties of the company, which are primarily suitable for direct sales.
Jens Böcker from Biolchim presents the innovative product line Bio Stimulanz
BLV exhibited for the first time at Fruit Logistica. In the picture: Lukas Schwarz, Gundula Hugenroth, Manuel Bosit and Thomas Schwend.
The representation of the company Stelzner: The company supplies measuring instruments for the commercial fruit growing.
Carlos Jaramillo with IGEBA GmbH
GND Solutions: Oliver Arnold (Managing Director)
Mr. Nassab and Mr. Panissian at the booth of Plante Düngemittel GmbH
At the joint booth of Brill Substrate and Kraege: Gerrit Brill, Dr. Ing. Steinmeyer (Brill) with Karsten Pieper and Monika Zanilvicz (Kraege).
Dr. Timo C. Mosler at the booth of MMM tech support GmbH & Co. KG.
Melanie Schneider, Julia Joosten, Marisa Barth and Nina Keune at the Landgard eG stand, where Magli & Noel GmbH, Walter Pott GmbH and Westhof Bio-Gemüse GmbH were also represented this year.
Rainer Fischborn, Anett Fentor and Dennis Jipp from Knecht.
Bernhard Aichele and Sabine Zander at the booth of Herkuplast. The company supplies Traylers for young plants at home and abroad.
Denis Nitsch and Tobias Kiss of the company Schillinger. The company primarily supplies modern irrigation systems.
The Italian company Hortech manufactures horticulture technology: machines for the soil preparation, transplanting and sowing machines and harvesting machines.
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