September 6-7, Cheshire:

UK: Four Oaks Trade Show 2016 kicks off

The Four Oaks Trade Show kicks off today. For two days, September 6 and 7, close to 450 companies are presenting their products and services at the 23 acre Four Oaks nursery site in Cheshire UK. Currently 17,000 m2 is used for the exhibition.

Plants are the most prominent feature of the show, accounting for over 50% of exhibiting companies, with associated supplies and services from production to point-of-sale. Exhibits include a wide range of glasshouse equipment and machinery from seeders and handling equipment to fully automated transplanting systems. Over 40 percent of the exhibiting companies are from overseas.

The show just started and is in full swing already and exhibitors and visitors are heavily posting photos on their social media pages. We made an overview of the pictures that were posted this morning to give you an impression of the show.

Phil Evans of Planteria posted this picture on his Twitter page. "So...Four Oaks 2016 is here! We will update you throughout the event. @FourOaksTS"

Also this picture was posted by Phil Evans on his twitter page. Boomkwekerij E de Jong are heading for their Four Oaks debut! @edejongboomkw @FourOaksTS"

Kernock Park Plants posted this picture on their Twitter page. "If you are attending the Four Oaks Trade Show today come and say Hi! We are at stands A45-49 @FourOaksTS"

World Love Flowers ‏posted this picture on their Twitter page. "#LoveFlower event: FOUR OAKS TRADE SHOW 6 - 7 September 2016 Cheshire, UK"

Farplants posted this picture on their Twitter page. "Come on down to the Four Oaks show and see our New Christmas range! #FourOaks #Believeinthemagic"

Clive Pearson posted this picture on his Twitter page. "All ready for a busy Fouroaks show, come and see us on stand D46/47#goodbiologyworking"

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