Bookings open for Asia's top trade show

2 February 2015

Make the most of the opportunities in Asia’s fast-growing fresh produce markets by exhibiting at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA 2015.
It’s Asia’s only dedicated trade show for fresh fruit and vegetable marketing, it’s the platform for companies all over the world to grow their business across the region, and it’s back in 2015.
ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA takes place on 2-4 September 2015 at Hong Kong’s AsiaWorld-Expo Center.
Join the biggest and best gathering of the international fresh fruit and vegetable business in Asia under one roof by booking a stand at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA. Exhibitor registrations are now open, with applications available to download from the ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA website:
ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA enjoyed a landmark year in 2014, with visitor numbers growing by 24 per cent and exhibitor numbers increasing by 28 per cent compared with the 2013 event.

More than 8,100 trade visitors from 64 different countries poured through the doors of the show, but again it was the quality and range of the visitors that defined the success of the event.
“This is the best show we have attended,” said Jeff Scott, CEO of the Australian Table Grape Association, which was exhibiting within the Australia pavilion. “We have had non-stop traffic to our stand and virtually all of the people coming by have been existing or potential buyers. We’ve had visitors from almost every Asian country approach us.”
Visitors to ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA 2014 found an exhibition that had grown by almost a third, with some 478 companies from 38 different countries showcasing their products and services at the event.
As well as the large number of regular exhibitors, many companies were attending or exhibiting for the first time with a view to finding new customers and markets.
“Asiafruit Congress and ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA have been a real eye opener,” said José Gandier Giner of Spanish company SAT Royal. “I am very encouraged by the level of optimism and opportunities that exist in the market. I am a first time visitor but plan to exhibit at next year’s fair.”
Visitors and exhibitors can look forward to an even bigger show in 2015. It all gets under way on 1 September with the Asiafruit Congress, Asia’s premier fresh produce conference event. It’s a must-attend for anyone looking to get an in-depth insight to the latest market trends and opportunities in Asia, and to learn strategies for higher sales and better marketing.
Asiafruit Congress also serves as a primer to the business discussions that follow at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA, helping delegates to work out who and what to focus on at the trade show, which runs from 10:00-17:00 daily on 2-4 September.
Don’t delay, register for your stand today. Application forms can be downloaded from the ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA website at the following link:
Sinenart Baramirattanachai by email:, telephone: +66 2 941 4600 or visit

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