Horti Fair to leave Amsterdam RAI for Aalsmeer

Horti Fair, the world's second largest horticultural trade show, will merge with the FloraHolland Trade Fair in Aalsmeer from next year, its organisers have announced.

Ewald van Vliet - image:HW
Ewald van Vliet - image:HW

Opening this year's show were chairman of the Horti Fair board Ewald van Vliet and FloraHolland marketing manager Floris Olthof.

Van Vliet said: "From next year, the two will be simultaneously under one roof but will retain the sharply defined profiles of both fairs."

The show has shown signs of decline in recent years despite several changes to the format.

For a preview of this year's show which starts today click here or go to our In Depth feature in this bulletin. 


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