Fruit Logistica 2022 - Horticultural suppliers, Berlin, Germany
Joek van der Zeeuw and Hans Harting, this time on the photo without champagne, were nodding in response to the recent news about the takeover and Hans' impending retirement.
Markus Balan and Albert Haket of Horconex brought tulips, but especially greenhouse construction knowledge.
Cees Kortekaas of Axia Vegetable Seeds and Jan Verbaarschot of Horti-Consult International. Axia brought almost all the tomato varieties in their assortment. It was uncertain whether all varieties would ripen in time, but in the end the stand was full of tomatoes.
The team with Arrigoni was present at the show of course, finally again!
Catching up with P-Tre! Meet them in Mexico later on this month for the GreenTech Americas
Manuel Guerrero with Asthor is visited by Sylvain Caunape with Edams
A horticultural alternative for 'men in black' at Hoogendoorn Growth Management: Kevin Spoelder, Laurent van der Ende and Bart 't Hoen.
Jacob Boxhoorn and Ronaldt Thoen in front of the Bosman Van Zaal stand, where the TraySpacer they brought was an eye-catcher.
The photographer was in a good mood, so oh well, along for the photo with Konrad Kloskowski and Joep Matthee of Viscon Group.
What better way to start the show than with breaking news? KUBO and PDI announced to continue together: KUBO acquired the screen installation company
Avner Shohet and his TAPKIT colleague
Jay Colasanti with Canadian greenhouse grower LVG Canada visited Vincenzo Russo of Vifra
Urban Crop Solutions debuted at Fruit Logistica with Maarten Vandecruys, Jean-Pierre Coene, Filip Meeuws and Savin Koc.
Part of the Richel team was present at the show already early in the morning. They met up with many international clients.
Eelkje Pulley of HortiDaily brought a Greenhouse Guide to Franky van Looveren, Koen van Gorp and Patrick Casteleyn of MechaTronix.
Lucas Targos of urban-gro
Kurt Cornelissen with Hortiplan was visited by Bas Duijvestijn with Van der Hoeven. Both are very active in the US.
The renewed brand of Roam Technology was presented at their booth
The Europrogress team
The Potager Farm and Voltz Maraiche team came to visit us at our stand. From left to right Andonis Sarmias (Potager), Oumayma Nouib (Voltz), Mario Gatineau (Potager), Solene Voltz (Voltz) and Arthur Lanos (Potager). Potager Farm will be building a farm in Berlin together with IGS, so more news soon.
The team with GreenPro had a good show as the demand for their products is high.
Spotted in the hallways: IGS with Gina Mercier and Douglas Elder
The Horti Scissor Lift 3.5 is one of the FPHU Maryniaczyk novelties.
A growing demand for the Projar growing media.
It was pleasant at Delphy. On the left Laura Bautista who is involved in vertical farming, Klaas Van Egmond, Arnoud Van Boven who really wanted to show off his braces (so here it is), Milan Franssen, Gerjo Engbers, and Jeroen van Buren
Ana Maria Navarro Miras, Guillermo Baquer Busse & Donald Gartland with NGS (New Growing System)
Senmatic brought new decoders that enable direct feedback from sensors in the field.In the photo Johnny Rasmussen, Morten Hjorth & Morten Krage were present.
The men from Urban Harvest, Olivier Paulus, Tom Martens and Benjamin Flasse show their indoor farming solutions for strawberries
Recently research showed good results with the Spacer, developed by Hydroponic Systems. In the photo Antonio Garcia.
Jack Farmer of LettUs Grow spotted between the aisles
Food Autonomy is the new name for the Tungsram grow light division
Hi Cravo! Read more about the history of retractable roof systems here:
or just look at Benjamin Martin, Carloz Ruiz & Robert Rouhof
Matteo Lucchini, Vittorio Genuardi & Massimo Lucchini with Italian greenhouse supplier Lucchini.
Botanicoir! Here's Emilie Morilleau, Charlie Millen & Cynthia Lee Pan
The indoor farming ladies from Signify also present with Marcella Silva and Ellis Janssen
A nice get-together in the new Netled booth! Read more about their renewed strategy here:
Not many new companies, but there were some. In the photo the team with Davik, launching their solution Catchy: a trap for thrips and flies. Nufar Gal-Yam & Eyal Eliakim tell more about it. They are also on the lookout for dealers.
Checking out the Vaighai products…
Organifarms presented their robot at the startup day, with team members Mario Schäfer, Hannah Brown and Birka Kallenbach as support.
And of course a photo of the complete stand!
Jeppe Baun with Ellepot
The Agrolux / Gavita team is well represented by Emmanuel Oomen, Rosa Di Lisa, Vidar Nordby, Bram Zwinkels and Nick Boelen.
The lovely team of Waybeyond: James Croy, Annelotte & Lotte Maxwell Bayly
The Bulgarian Greenhouse Growers Association: Mr Jordan Krastanov, Teodora Krasteva, executive director and Nikolay Georgiev with breeding company Geosem Select.
Job Knook & Kim Schotborgh with GreenTech. They hope to meet everybody in Mexico & Netherlands in the upcoming months!
On the stand of Bom Group are Ruben Kalkman, John Meijer, Lodewijk Wardenburg and Rob De Wit
Team Priva present with on the photo Giovanni Angiolini, Hannah Verhage, Norbert Van Der Bilt, José Haaring, Juri Van Es and Petra Rutten.
Dennis Risse representing Lite+Fog
At Van Der Knaap are Karel De Bruijn and Olaf Meijer.
The Intrahorti team, consisting of Jonice Van Oss, Andrea Rigo, Rick Oudendijk and Claudia Weick
All smiles at Grodan with Tico Van Leeuwen and Tom Crienen
Laurent van der Ende and Bart 'T Hoen of Hoogendoorn
The men from Signify: Henk Noordhoek, Marcel Raats, Udo van Slooten, Wim Steeghs and Maciej Krol
Peter van den Bemd, Ruud van Aperen, Jurnjan van den Bremer and Jules van Esch from MJ Tech
Jelle Boeters, Filclair with Alex van der Meulen & Arnold Bol, Meteor
Rob Veenstra, Joachim Keus and Regnier ten Haaf with Ridder
Leon Strik, Tino Rikkers, Valentyna Domkina and Hugo Plaisier of Svensson
Koppert proudly shows off their new branding with their upgraded stand. In the photo you can see Aron Oosthoek, Mattijs Bodegom, Alexandra Kastelein and Philipp Schmidtsdorff.
A fun time at Bayer, with Inci Dannenberg, Joost van Regteren and Nico van Vliet.
Heleen van Rijn - Wassenaar, Jan Doldersum and Vera Hoondert of Rijk Zwaan
Vivi's tissue culture was clearly visible on the stand, with Damian Lopez Salazar and Daan Mansveld representing the team
Busy at Syngenta with Sjaak van der Ploeg, Adnek Guzelkucuk, Thomas Dupont, Veronique Le Roux, Yoann Barrier, Jeanette Stammis and Leszek Klimczak. This year they have been nominated for their product iStem
The Certhon team: Richard van der Sande, Jeffrey van der Sande, Roeland van Dijk and Fred van Veldhoven
Roeland van Dijk and Arnoud van Boven on top of the Certhon stand
Marek Sowa, Ruud Van Gils, Marielle Marielle Klijn and Mario Smid of Cultilene
Nanne Bentvelzen, Lenneke Morit and Edward Verbakel of VB Group
Jarl Blok, Linda van der Horst and Marc Rooijakkers of Pylot
It was a bit quiet on the last day, but Alex van der Meulen, Arjan Janknegt and Arnold Bol still had a good time at the Meteor Systems stand.
Jerry Arkesteijn (Beekenkamp) introduced the new transport- and harvest trays for glasshouse vegetables.
Natasja Boekel & Ruurd Schut, Jasa
The team of Gautier Semences
Denis Laci and Maurice Van Der Knaap with Dry Hydroponics
This time Elpress brought a 3.5 metre long crate washer, the EKW 3500, to Fruit Logistica. On the photo from left to right: Robert Topolski, Peter Hogervorst, Ellen Lefevre and Marco Bruno.
Pascal Janzen and Nicole Gorts at the C-Grow stand. Cogas' baby is growing up and becoming better known', is what we heard from the stand crew. Participation with a stand in their own house style was one (of the first) steps in this process.
A quick photo with the stand crew at Hortilux and then back to the table for discussions.
Bert Gheeraert and Claude Van Hoornweder of Vyncke. At the Belgian company they notice that growers are thinking a lot about finding a gas alternative for greenhouse heating, where biomass boilers are often added to an already diversified energy mix. Remarkably, it is mainly Dutch and other European growers who have Vyncke boilers and currently no Belgian growers. At the show, Vyncke also had North American visitors to exchange views with.
Jan Kees Boerman and Peter-Jan Goedegebuure of Environmental Monitoring Systems pointed out to visitors to the fair that even with minimal NOx levels, to a few decimal places, serious production losses can still occur. According to the men, this is one more reason to monitor NOx properly.
Annie van de Riet and Lindy van der Drift from AVAG came to poll the members. A somewhat sombre mood at the moment because of the energy and war situation, they indicated.
Jan-Willem Lut and Hugo Nijgh of Sercom showed, with a gimmick they brought along, that wireless electricity does not exist. That is why an inverter was developed with which solar panels can provide power in the open field for the Wireless Xtender.
Leon Verkoelen of Berg Hortimotive Group visiting the stand at Looije Agro Technics with Marcel Looije and Tom van Zundert. At Looije they have noticed that there is pressure in the field of housing. The housing sites built by growers are becoming more and more professional and are equipped with all modern means.
New faces at Kubo Greenhouse Projects: CCO Reinier van Herel and Head of Sales Serge de Reuver
An Beekenkamp and Jos Looije in the stand of Looye Kwekers
Harm van Adrichem and Ab van Staalduinen of Gearbox Innovations at the GearStation that was brought to 'machine hall' 4.1 in Messe Berlin. For the first time the fast growing company stood there 'between the big machine guys'.
At Metazet Formflex visitors had the opportunity to be informed about cultivation on gutters, but also a Trike was brought along. Growers for whom the step to cultivation on gutters was still too ambitious, did not have to go home empty-handed. "Sometimes they come for gutters and still leave with a Trike", laughed Wilfred Lange.
"If you still want one, you have to be quick", we heard at the end of day 1, with a wink, at the Plantalyzer on the shared stand of Berg Hortimotive, HortiKey, Royal Brinkman and Hortilogics. Have all 1,000 of them been sold then, joked the photographer. At the end of Day 1, it summed up the positive mood overall. With sometimes slightly adjusted expectations, it was not such a crazy day at the fair.
Marcel Weinans and Ben Hoogendoorn of Horticoop Technical Services. The company is active in Germany, among other countries, in converting greenhouses for a change of crop.
Hans Luijkx and Raymond van Mierlo of Bato Plastics with a 26-hole tray.
New faces at Van der Hoeven Horticultural Projects: Michiel Wisse and Pieter Jan Robbemont (Patron Agri Systems Group)
Orchan Kulijev of Orance did a tour of the fair
Martin van Tol and Winny van Heijningen of LetsGrow.com talked about the recent step with the HortiFootprint Calculator https://www.groentennieuws.nl/article/9411833/letsgrow-com-en-mps-lanceren-samen-de-hortifootprint-calculator/, among other things.
Erwin de Kok and Carlos Bonilla of BASF Vegetable Seeds showed Red Noir, a striking dark tomato that originated in low-tech cultivation, but with which the breeding company is trying to make the step to the high-tech market by means of trials with European growers.
Falco Huson and Jens Van Will of Codema
The team with 2BFresh was resent on the show to show their micro leaves, herbs and edible flowers.
Torben Michales & Alexander Euger with Lubing, presenting their fogging system
Sebastian Sanchez, Michiel Mol & Marco Joseph with Moleaer
Da Ros and Light4Food have been working together for quite some years now. To help more growers, they shared more information on their partnership . In the photo Fabio Camisa, Niels Jacobs, Stefano Masutti, Peter Christiaens, Lizan Verbong & Rene van Haeff
The picture of the TTA machine occupied a promient position in the Light4Food booth as they are an important partner for the compny - so no wonder Peter Rietveld & Niels den Ouden were pleased when visiting Niels Jacobs, Peter Christiaens & Rene van Haeff with Light4Food!
Patrick and Koen with Mechatronix in front of their fridge. No wait, fixtures, I mean fixtures!
Kurt Cornelissen with Hortiplan was visited by Bas Duijvestijn with Van der Hoeven. Both are very active in the US.
Joakim Vincent with WIVID. The Swedish company is a newcomer in the LED market. In addition to their consultancy services, they now offer a fixture.
Smiling faces with DLI! Arjan Pauw, Dennis Janmaat & Robert Jansen have some nice projects to reveal.
Kasper Sorensen & Henrik Frederiksen with Danish Growing System / Draweco.
Sylvia Xu with Signify & Arjan Pauw with DLI
The team with INA Plastics is expanding rapidly, and so is their business, especially in Mexico.
Denis Laci and Maurice Van Der Knaap of Dry Hydroponics
Erwin Verbraeken recently joined Paskal Netherlands. In the photo with his colleague Olga Sholomova, who knows both Paskal and the horticultural industry by heart!
Javier Huete with J. Huete was visited by the Spanish growers of Inka's Berries
A very nice get-together at Agripolyane with friends from France & Canada!
The Plastika Kritis team: Dimitris Doukas, Stylianos Apolstolakis & Stelios Apolstolakis
Expanding year after year is both the TomaTech team & the TomaTech assortment!
Luigi Pezzon and Massimo Villano with Pati Plastic Films.
Lawrence Baynham with INDO Lighting showed their fixtures at the show.
In the UK Pavillion Russel Bio could not be missed of course
Hello Haygrove! They currently supply numerous projects in Europe and Asia as well as growing their own berries.
Explanation about the irrigation systems of Scarabelli Irrigazione
Agriculture by SNF, with in the photo Adrien Fistola
The Thrace group helped many growers protecting their crops
The team with C-Led from Italy showed their LED solutions.
We promiss to bring a very interesting read on the Vivent products in the near future - for now all we can offer is the photo of Carl Rentes, Nigel Wallbridge & Norm Janssen.
Eelkje Pulley of HortiDaily with Jorien Plak-Schouten of Besseling Techniek
Twan Leurs and Oscar Nijman of Saarlucon explained something to a visitor at the stand and pointed out that we should keep an eye on Holland-Park Berlin. The Dutch are building this theme park with a garden theme.
Showing the Simonetti products
The booth of KUBA
Thomas Hoeterikx & Marinus Luiten with Priva
Ainhoa Acuna with Ulma explained more about the greenhouse solutions of Ulma to the team of the Imeriti Agro Zone in Georgia.
Alkena Qemalaj with Urbinati presented the automation solutions of the company.
Jose Enrique Munoz Navoa & Cassandra Godinez with Textiles Agricolas, one of the few Mexican suppliers at the show.
Representing the ambitious Imeriti Agrozone project are Levan Lominadze, Levan Urotadze, Giorgi Chkuaseli & Archil Bukia
NLGonzalo Diez en Victoria Chavez Villegas, representing North American Greenhouses, active in building projects in Mexico & US.
Niels Stolze (Left), Marco Zwinkels, Prins Group & Tom van Veen Prins Group
Marc Broeren and Joop Van Riessen with Dalsem
Gregor Lochmann, Jeanette De Bruijn, Dick Verkade and Otto Klop of Greefa
The team from Potager Farm
The Taks team
Roger Vos and Simon Jones from Genap. They have nice upcoming projects planned
Wijnand Visser, Nicole Visser and Michael Schumacher of Cyklop
Santiago Patino Arevalo of Bayer
Erik Willems, Sophie Vervloet and Cees Willems of Triferto
Adam Golberg with iUNU was also at VB Group and wanted to pose for us
Kees Veldhuijzen of Iribov
The FertiPlus team
Peter Van Der Putten and Rutger Kort of Vostermans
The team of Flier Systems with in the middle Sven Rusch of Ellips who works with the company for 30 years already
Rea Qafa from Lab Associates
Tim Schäfer and Evgeny Gubin of Crocus Labs
The stand of Lux Ledlighting SRL
Germt Slager, Henk Petter and Sabine Gerards of Mechatec
Jan Böcker, Franziska Hohmann and Bernd Kemper of Biolchim: at home in crop protection from greenhouse vegetables to hard fruit.
Dirk Muehlenweg and Christian Schroder from Knauf Performance Materials GmbH, a producer and supplier of perlite for the horticulture industries.
Robert Vogel, Dennis van Tricht (AGF-Direct) and Chris Groot, the walking booth of Enza Zaden
Marit & Peter Klapwijk
Francis Paon and Ingrid Hansen-Catania represented the company Fertil with the Fertilpot-NT range, adapted to the sale of plants in garden centres
Jan Nevermann & Christian Eidam, Menno Chemie GmbH.
Visitors at KUBA!
Dennis Jipp with Knecht GmbH.
Patrick ten Have and Paul Koppert of Koppert Machines. Behind them the multipacker. A machine for packaging snackveggies in the most possible small forms of packaging, such as bowls, cups and buckets, in both plastic and cardboard.
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