In Amsterdam, the GreenTech took off yesterday for its first "real" edition since summer 2019. Allegedly, the organization set the bar at 13.000 visitors. Halfway through there is no way of saying these numbers will be reached, but after only the first day many companies already report seeing and meeting many customers and prospects.
The team with Dramm made it back to Netherlands once again! Their Pulsfog solution is used to battle frost in farms and vineyards all over the world.
Therefore, GreenTech can be pleased with current developments. Last year, it endured some criticism for pushing through an edition that could by no means equal the experience of any of its previous editions. Due to the then-applicable covid travel restrictions, the organization choose to hold a combined Live & Online event. At the same time, people seemed to agree on the fact that 'normal' major international mass events like the GreenTech might be something of the past. However, that apparently has become the past, and events like the GreenTech seem to have picked up the pace, again. Edward Verbakel, Tim Schartner, Frank van Kleef and Aad Verbakel
With the exception of China, and probably also Russia and Ukraine, visitors come from all over the world. People involved in the floriculture business often combine their visit with the FlowerTrials, which is held simultaneously in various locations between the Netherlands and Germany.
Bart Bovee, Gertie Romen and Joep Janssen of Limex with the gutters & Driver Wasser. The machine is specially made for NFT gutters for hydroponics. Joep also shows a driver.
Cultilene is on the show with a renewed brand. Everybody is invited to raise a glass and cheer with them at 3 pm, booth 05.315 .
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