"IFTEX 2016: the best edition in its five years existence"

The fifth edition of IFTEX that was held last week in Nairobi Kenya, concluded as one of the best editions in its five years existence. More than 200 exhibiting companies, over 3.500 trade visitors from over 50 countries on a total floor space of 10.000 m2’s, reaffirmed the great importance of this yearly held international flower trade exhibition. Exhibitors were more than satisfied with the results of their participation and immediately secured their stand spaces for next year, many asking for more space and/or better stand positions.

Click here to view the Photo Report of IFTEX 2016.

Several prices were awarded to exhibiting companies for the Best Stand Decoration Competition. Bronze was awarded to the Kenyan grower Redlands, Silver was there for Black Tulip, Gold for Subati and Platinum for Omang, all-in the category Perishables. In the category Non Perishables, Bronze went to the Kenyan company Greenlife, Silver to the Dutch based company Broekhof, Gold was there for the Israeli company Amiran and Platinum for Agrichem.

The 20th year anniversary of KFC (the Kenya Flower Council) was one of the highlights of this year’s show, and during a great dinner party held on Tuesday evening just before the opening of the fair, KFC presented its new association logo. The official exhibition party, also on the occasion of the 5th year’s anniversary of IFTEX, took place at Zen Garden on the second day of the fair, where participants had a wonderful evening in a beautiful garden setting with excellent food & drinks.

IFTEX 2017 dates are set for June 7-9, Oshwal Center, Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya.

For more information
HPP Exhibitions
Mrs. Patricia Peláez
T: +31-20-6622482
Email: patricia@hpp.nl

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