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Vietnam to participate in FlowersExpo Moscow for the first time
Flower growers of this country will be presented by “Dalat Hasfarm” specializing in production of chrysanthemums, which is their largest product and export group. They also produce roses, carnation, alstroemeria, lisianthus and other flowers.
Traditionally it delivers its products to the countries of Asia Pacific region: Japan, Taiwan, China and Australia.
In order to widen its export market “Dalat Hasfarm” studied the possibility of supplying its flowers to Russia. Mr. Laurent Mossan, the company’s representative, visited Moscow and held talks on their participation in “FlowersExpo”.
He informed about the company’s plans to supply flowers to the Russian flower market.
“We understand that Russia is a large flower importer", - said Mr. Mossan, - "that’s why this market is so important for us. We take into account that Russian consumers have their specific requirements for flowers different from the demands of European or even Asian customers."
"Our climatic conditions don’t change throughout the year, thus we can supply our flowers to Russia all year round. We already have orders from Russian wholesalers who are interested in reducing costs and regular supplies of floral products from our country. Of great importance is that now there has appeared a possibility to ensure regular direct flights to different Russian cities."
That’s why “Dalat Hasfarm” decided to take part in “FlowersExpo”, the main flower project in Moscow. We’ll present at the exhibition all our product range that we would like to offer to the demanding Russian consumers.
The company can be visited at stand B351, Hall 3, Pavilion No.1, Crocus Expo, 13-15 September.”
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