March 21-23, Guangzhou

Vendela flower from Kunming to gain global reach at Flower Expo China

Flower Expo China 2018 is less than 100 days away. The floor plan and exhibitor list are now available on the official website and visitor registration is also currently open. Let’s check out featured Yunnan exhibitor, Kunming Vendela flower Co., Ltd.

Kunming Vendela flower Co., Ltd. - Booth M215, Hall 2
Vendela flower, located in the largest flower wholesale market in Kunming Chenggong, Dounan International Flower Industrial Park, is a professional fresh cut and preserved flowers supplier. With agency contracts signed with nationwide growers, Vendela flower sells flowers directly from their origins, reducing freight damage to the minimum and securing the best quality.

Their top selling fresh cut flowers include various Roses, Lilies, Carnations, Barberton Daisies, etc., all of which enjoy a good reputation among consumers. And now to upgrade their distribution strategy, they are taking their business online by establishing their own retail and wholesale websites for fresh cut and preserved flowers.
Yunnan is the backbone of China’s floral industry, annually exporting 2.2 billion pieces of fresh cut flowers abroad, according to China Customs. And instead of exhibiting at trade shows, most Yunnan growers and distributors conduct their overseas business through Kunming International Flower Auction Trading Center. So it is not an everyday opportunity for you to meet a Yunnan floral supplier face-to-face in Guangzhou, even all over the nation. But how’s the future, let’s keep an eye on it.

Capitalizing on Yunnan’s vicinity to Guangzhou, Vendela flower is now trying to access global markets via Flower Expo China 2018, which also shows how exhibitors trust us as an effectual international trade platform.

Apart from Yunnan, there are other fresh cut flower exporters such as SAVISA S.A., Imani Flowers, Danziger, etc from all over the world.
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