September 17-18, 2016 in Krasnodar:

Russia: Flowers Expo Kuban 2016 in one month

The Flowers Expo Kuban 2016 will be held in September 17-18, 2016 in Krasnodar. "Our task is to hold the exhibition of flower business partners in the South of Russia, in one of the most dynamically developing parts of it, the population of which is more than 40 million people, that is 1/3 of the whole population of Russia", says the organization.

The aim of this exhibition is expansion of straight wholesale supply to the Federal districts of the South of Russia. Delivering the flowers to the South of Russia, the goods reaches the owner of the shop in some agents and it increases the cost of the goods from Moscow to the South of Russia by 30 rubles, considering the fact the cost price of a rose from Mozhaisk custom house to the South of Russia is from 0.40 rubles to 0.70 rubles depending on the size of the rose. Taking into account that the producer lowered the price of the flower, its cost in the South hasn’t changed. ''We developed a fundamentally new scheme of delivering the flowers to the South of Russia that lowers the cost price up to 30%. According to our strong conviction, it can be reached only together. And this exhibition was organized for that. With the help of this exhibition we’ll give such an opportunity as straight connection among import producers and owners of the shop in the Southern part of Russia."

That is why holding of such an exhibition is one of the main tasks of acquaintance of buyers with a broad assortment of import flower for the best price.

As participants there will be invited both domestic and foreign flower producers from: Holland, Colombia, Ecuador, England, Belgium, Belarus, Vietnam, Denmark, Israel, Italy, Kenya, China, Kazakhstan, UAE, Poland, Peru, Slovenia, Thailand, Finland, Ethiopia.

For more information
Flowers Expo Kuban
Babenko Natalya
Tel: +7 988 948 01 96

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