GreenTech is the international horticultural exhibition with a focus on technology and innovation, specifically concentrating on new developments in cultivation and the ‘beginning of the chain’. Taking place every two years at RAI Amsterdam, and filling the void left by the demise of HortiFair in 2012, GreenTech has been created in close co-operation with the industry, sector organisations and market leaders.
The visitor target group is identified as international growers and breeders, with the event providing access to products they need to grow and optimise their production.
Additionally a seminar programme will introduce latest innovations and horticulture technology and knowledge. The event offers an opportunity for both new and experienced British exporters to present the latest product developments, services and innovations to international growers and investors derived from vegetable, floriculture, glass and open field horticulture, says the CHA.
GreenTech will again be linking up with the Flower and Vegetable Trials taking place concurrently during the show dates.
There is a new hall and a new theme of Crops, which will complement the existing event themes of Energy, Water and Biobased. The new hall will feature many of the leading breeders and growers as well as a new Vertical Farming pavilion, hosted by the international organisation, the Association for Vertical Farming (AVF)Meanwhile CHA is also promoting space for UK exhibitors at GaLaBau as the largest and most important trade fair for the garden and landscape industries in Europe. The next edition will take place from 14-17 September 2016 in Nuremberg, Germany.
Some 1,320 exhibitors and more than 66,000 trade visitors attend.