"Russian customers are always looking for new colors and varieties"

From the 11th till the 13th of September Schneider youngplants, jointly with its Russian partner company Rassada, will be present at the Flowers Expo taking place in the Crocus Expo International Exhibition Center in Moscow.

The Flowers Expo is the largest international Trade Fair organized in Russia and it encompasses all fields of the floricultural and green industry sector. In 2017 more then 400 companies participated from 27 countries from all around the world.

"For Schneider youngplants the Russian market plays an important role", Zsófia Simó, marketing & communication specialist at Schneider, tells us. "This market is in a constant growth, each year we manage to win the trust of more and more customers. In general we can say about the Russian growers that they always strive to expand their businesses and Schneider youngplants is happy to provide valuable knowledge and advice in order to allow them to reach their goals. Therefore, we believe that our presence at the fair is crucial not only as a supplier but as an observer and knowledge transmitter."

"The personal meeting is always advantageous for both parties. The growers can get answers to their question as well as being able to express their comments and remarks. Based on these exchanges we can subsequently adjust our assortment and program in order to meet the demands of an ever growing, and varied, customer base", Zsófia adds.

At this moment the top sellers in Russia are the Begonias, Petunias, Coleus, Ageratum and Pansy varieties. "The customers are always looking for new colors and varieties, thus Schneider youngplants will be presenting the newest additions to their assortment at the show alongside its most popular products (annuals, biannuals and perennials included)."

Schneider is located in the same spot as last year: stand no. N100.

For more information:
Schneider Youngplants
T: +31 (0) 180 617 000
E: info@schneiderbv.nl

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