SOPARCO signs up to exhibit for the 19th time at Four Oaks Trade Show 2023

Following this year’s success, SOPARCO has signed up once more to exhibit at the Four Oaks Trade Show to be held in Cheshire, 5 & 6 September 2023.


Containers company SOPARCO said: “Four Oaks is the key event for all the actors in the horticulture sector. This show enables us to strengthen our relationships with our customers and also to introduce our new products.

“As the show is in September; it's the ideal moment to prepare the coming season.  All those reasons make Four Oaks the perfect meeting place.  

“We’ve chosen to exhibit again at the 2023 Four Oaks Trade Show where we will have a new range  of exciting plants, including a pot plant range to present. As the show is in September; it's the ideal time to prepare for the coming season.”

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