TSW - the biggest Fruit and Vegetables Industry Fair in Poland

5 January 2018

The leading suppliers from Europe will present their offer on 18 000 sq.m. of exhibition surface. Trade visitors will have a chance to obtain knowledge on innovative fertigation, crop protection and supplementation. Producers of tractors and machines, companies specializing in sorting, packaging and storage of fruits and vegetables will be a present among exhibitors. Nurseries, crop trading and food processing companies are also very important part of each edition of TSW Fair. Comfortable stands allow all of those companies to present their offer.
 
Last edition of TSW Fruit and Vegetables Industry Fair was visited by 15 000 people. The Fair attracts the most dynamic and growth - focused fruit and vegetables producers in Europe. The exhibitors and visitors come from Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Estonia, Netherlands, Germany, Great Britain, Austria and Italy.
 
Conferences, lectures and discussion panels are a substantial part of TSW. Polish and foreign specialists - both scientists and practices will deliver knowledge to all interested. 5th Strawberry Conference, orchardry conference, field and under cover vegetables lectures and a special conference on new species in orchards will take place during upcoming edition of TSW. As usually the opened Fruit Growers Economical Forum will be also held. The full and current information on lectures and conferences will be given on www.tsw.com.pl and www.ogrodnictwo.expert.
 
The most innovative, environmentally and socially friendly products on TSW will be rewarded with Prof. Pieniazek's Prize. It would be the 5th edition of the Prize, gaining recognition and importance on Polish and Central European markets.
 
The Fair grounds are located just outside Warsaw, comfortably for both exhibitors and visitors. Proximity of road junction S8/S7/A2, 15 minutes of distance from Warsaw International Airport and Railway Station allows easy transfer from Polish capital to the Fair. The car park with 10000 vehicles capacity is located just outside the Trade halls. A special, free shuttles are organized for people who are not using their cars to get to the Fair. Furthermore, TSW grounds are located just 30 minutes away from Polish biggest orchardry regions near to Grojec and Warka.
 
Entrance to the Fair is free, after registration. You may registrate earlier via TSW website to  omit lines in the front of reception desks.

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