Annuals and Perennials
Grower in the spotlight
Special Trade Shows 2019
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Belen Garcia of Florsani with the Scoops on the left and tinted scabiosa on the right, their newest product.
Frans Buzek of La Gaitana Farms and Eric Janken of Arabella Flower Farm. This Colombian farm has grown significantly over the last 12 years, from 25 ha to 42 ha. They mainly grow carnations and spray carnations. On the picture their new variety Solomio and on the right a variety that is on the market for a while; Appletea.
Carlos Diez and Manuel Diez of Flores Verdes promoting several of their varieties, including new ones. One of their top varieties is Goldon Mostard. They started growing this variety two years ago and they see a large demand from the US market, particularly for weddings.
Manuel Diez and Fernanda Perez presenting Kahala, a new variety of Brown Breeding that is, according to Diez, doing really well in the US, Russia and EU.
One could get more information about the varieties of Flores Verdes easily; you just have to take a picture of the label and it will direct to their website right away.
The team of Brandkamp.
The new variety Lhasa of Brandkamp. "It has white filled flowers with a green center and this is something the market really needs", says Jürgen von den Driesch of Brandkamp.
Dick van Raamsdonk of HPP Exhibitions, the organizers of the show.
The completely series called Bransmart of Brandkamp.
Dave Kaplan and Sarah Lee of Afrex. According to Kaplan, the demand for Cape Flora flowers is on the rise.
John kowarsky and Anbib Zamir of Cargolite. Zamir is holding two 400 stem boxes. On the left; a regular boc. On the right the Cargolite box. It shows that, due to the Cargolite system there is less waste of boxes.
Klaus Wolf of Rosen Tantau presenting the Outdoor varieties, a highlight at every year's IFTF. The varieties on display are grown in the western part of Germanyand many of them are sold on the Herongen auction. According to Wolf, these outdoor roses attracted the attention of many visitors at the show.
Doug Welty of Cottage Farms and Andrew Lee of Gloeckner were also visiting the show.
Mark Frank of
Mark Frank Floral Concepts & Design (who made the display of Jaroma Roses) with Helena Roderiguez and Paul Roderiguez of Jaroma Roses. At the show, they were presenting 7 new varieties.
Peter Cox and Mario Kurt Gigerl of pheno geno Roses were also visiting the show.
Jeung Ho Jeung Charlie Jeong of G-Rose Breeding. In the arch, their varieties Deep Purple and Bounty Way. Bounty Way was introduced last year by this Korean breeder and they are now selling it in the Netherlands.
Our Floricultural Team at the FloralDaily booth. From left to right: Claudine Beldman, Eddy Huismans, Michael Miller, Elita Vellekoop, Priscilla Heeffer and Annet Breure.
The team of Alma Roses are presenting their new logo this year. This Ecuadorian farmis one of the biggest producers of spray roses in Ecuador and are introducing a new line of varieties.
The new spray roses line of Alma Roses.
Arnoud Bolten of Georges Delbard together with Maria Voldospines of Eden Roses. Bolten was visiting the show.
Esteban Chiriboga of Ecoroses, an Ecuadorian rose grower, presenting Toffee. This variety of Brown Breeding is exclusively being grown by five farms in Ecuador. Three of these five growers are sharing the booth, namely Ecoroses, Hoja Verde and Greenrose.
Susana Sandowal and Jose Javier Pallares of Greenrose. They are also one of the five growers of Toffee.
Wouter Boekee of Lufthansa.
Sachin Appachu of Bliss Flora (grows roses in Kenya) with Rob Letcher of De Ruiter Innovations.
Jorge Ortega of Matina Flowers. According to Ortega, the mutation of Mondial, Pink Mondial, is doing very well. The demand comes from all over the world .
Anna Lisetska of Circasia.
Some of the colored roses of Circasia.
The team of Kaneya and Jeroen Oudheusden of FSI (second on the left) were also visiting the show,
Maria Michelsen and Pablo Martinez of Inverpalmas. They grow roses, carnations and spray carnations. The roses and carnations are their biggest crops.
Some of the carnatinos of Inverpalmas .
Sulaiman Aloqaibi of United Flowers from Saudi Arabia was also visiting the show.
Alejandro Echeverri of Aromas Farms with Luis Bautista of Panalpina.
Camilo Bazzani, Francisco Bazzani and Pablo Bazzani of La Plazoleta. Pablo notices that the US holidays are 'arriving' in China and Russia, since last year. Accordingly he sees the demand regarding the colors of flowers changing.
Domenique Kooij and Gael Chevalier of Mecaflor showcasing the hand-tied bouquet making machine. With this bouquet maker, you do not have to train people and the maker can handle large volumes. “The minimum production is 500 bouquets per hour and can go up to 1200 bouquets per hour”. The workers only have to lay a few stems on the devices, then the bouquets will be automatically bound and cut.
A prototype of Mecaflor to sleeve flower bunches easily.
Augusto Solano and Cristina Uricoechea of Asocolflores at the Colombian pavillion, where around 14 Colombian companies (mainly growers) were presenting their products and services. They were also promoting Proflora 2019. This show will be held next year, from October 2-4 in Bogota, Colombia.
The beautifully decorated ring at Jan Spek Rozen.
Dümmen Orange. From left to right: Luis Cervantes, Production Manager Carnations and fillers, Ricardo Monzon, Crop Specialist and Area Manager Asia and Ted van Dijk, Area Manager Eastern Europe, Middle East for pot, bedding plants, perennials, succulents.
Kuno Jacobs of Nova Exhibitions togetehr with Oscar Silva Montejo from Invos Flowers Export.
Luda Haurylkina, Paola Tapia and David Proano of Rosas del Corazon. This Ecuadorian rose grower sees a lot of interest for their tinte and painted roses. The roses on the picture, for example, are both tinted and sprayed.
Malene Juhl Jensen and Bent Juhl Jensen of Mystery Lady presenting their new aster; Nils Norman, named after a famous Danish florist and also baptized by him. Special about this new aster is the more filled flowers and longer shelf life. More on this later in FloralDaily.
Aster Nils Norman of Mystery Lady.
Brian Borup and Kaj Jensen of Gasa Young Plants.
Irene Njeru of Mzurrie. She sees a demand for bigger heads arising and they are adjusting their assortment accordingly.
Hypnose of Kenyan rose farm Mzurrie.
Kenyan rose growers Mercy Njuguna, Boniface Kiama and Paul Wekesa of Panocal. They were putting their new, around 6, varieties in the spotlight. The reactions so far are very positive, according to Paul Wekesa.
Christopher Kulei, Evans Chesren and Harun Koimur of Sian Roses. This Kenyan rose farm is one of the biggest spray rose growers in the world. They grow spray roses on 45 ha. They recently started to grow the Flow series of Dutch breeder Interplant.
Zadigue is one of Sian Roses' exclusive varieties.
Elena Zarubina of FlowerExpo and Guido Zwart of Mount Elgon.
The team of Mount Elgon (Elgon Collection). They grow roses in Kenya.
John Pouw of Viking roses presenting Rosa Loves Me Tender. He has high expectations of this variety and the reactinos at the show were good.
Maaike Hamer and Dennis Chrismann of Stezner. Hamer is presenting a device to measure nitrate, amonium and potassium and Chrismann a device to measure PH, EC and salinity.
Matthias Meilland and Jean Dyens of Meilland.
Dana de Meilland of French rose breeder Meilland grown under claer plastic.
Dana de Meilland grown under UV blocked plastic; it is more white then.
Ferdinando Britto of EBF Cargo.
Margarita Valencia and Karel Alvarez of K&M Handling (The K stands for Karel and the M for Margarita). This Cargo Agent ships flowers from Colombia overseas and also has a warehouse in Miami.
Adriana Uribe and Luis Martin German Riber of Flores Laconchita from Ecuador and Pablo Monard and Carlos Martinez of Floreloy from Colombia.
Alexandra Fonte and Oscar Rietveld of R3F were visiting the booth of NIRP, on the picture Deborah Ghione of NIRP.
Deborah Ghione of NIRP presenting Hotspot. According to Ghione it is a promising rose; "It is productive, the color is strong, it has big buds, many petals and a good opening."
German Lacouture Gutierrez of Milonga Flowers presenting its roses at the Colombian pavillion.
Andres Monotas of Highland Whisper with clients. This Ecuadorian farm is specialized in the production of preserved roses.
Part of the team of Flora Toscana, from Italy.
Nahashon Macharia of Rose Bunk Flowers. This Naivasha based grower grows hypericum flower (Magical varieties) on 7ha, yearround.
Nahashon Macharia of Rose Bunk Flowers with Stephen Gachoki of Vaselife Africa.
The team of Turkish Cargo.
Hokutu Sasaki and Saki Shimizu of Toyoake Kaki presenting the Japanes flowers.
Seth Riungu, Abhay Marathe abd Ranjit Singh Amrit of Aquila. This Kenyan farm used to grow roses only, but started to add summer flowers last year. As they now grow more flowers, they can also offer bouquets. They supply sunflowers per order and mainly supply them to retailers. Next to flowers, they also started to grow vegestables, since last year.
Nicholas Ambanya, Victoria Kung'u and Angeline Abuti of Magana Flowers, a Kenyan rose grower. Two years ago, Ambanya has been brought on board by the Magana board to consolidate and drive the efforts to take the business to the next level.
The team of Margan Cargo.
Torben Brinkmann of IPM Essen. The IPM Essen will be held from January 22-25 in Essen, Germany. Next to the IPM Essen, he promoted more shows that they are organizing, like the Hortiflorexpo IPM Shanghai (April 20-22, 2019 in Shanghai, China).
Mauricio Briceño of Turflor in the colorful booth full of Colombian carnation. They are currently expanding their farm by 20 ha and are expected to have it finished by the end of 2018. Then, the total acreage will be 55ha.
Part of the team of Panalpina. Over the years, this provider of supply chain solutions has grown significantly over the last years.
The brothers Mauricio and Radolfo Danies and Liliana of El Milagro. Plenty of things have changed at this Colombian rose grower over the last year. Next to refreshing their brand, they became exclusive supplier of Explorer in Colombia and they started growing ranunculus.
Lucia Carrion, Eduardo Letort and Adela Sola of Hoja Verde, one of the five growers of Toffee. Besides that, they are also preserving roses and making chocolate.
Assaad Zard, Stefany Sevilla and Elie Milan of Native Blooms. This Ecuadorian grower grows roses at an altitude of 3,000 meters in the Cotopaxi (south) and Cayambe (north) area. They export their flowers all over the world. Next to growing flower, they also make chocolate and are eager to export them all over as well.
Nicole Lopez and Katherine Mantilla of Anniroses. These Ecuadorian rose growers were exhibiting at the Ecuadorian pavillion. In total, 6 farms were exhibiting at the Ecuadorian pavillion.
Federico Santa Cruz of Everbloom was exhibiting at the IFTF for the first time. He grows roses in the province of Carchi in Ecuador and is eager to explore new markets.
Peter Viljoen of Sunland Roses was also visiting the show.
Rene Schoenmaker of South African Flowers. They have 200 suppliers from all over South Africa. This enables them to supply certain products for longer periods. "There is still potential to grow. Together we are working to supply as many products yearround."
South African flowers at the booth of African Flower Group.
Javier Mantilla of Much Flowers talking with a visitor.
The team of Zena Roses, a Kenyan rose farm.
Göran Basjes of Kordes Roses, a German rose breeding company, holding a sport of Adele.
Juan Carlos Davalos of Esmeralda Farms. They supply their flowers to the US and Canada via Connectaflor and to the rest of the world via Blawesomes.
Anat Moshes of Danziger presenting the new Focal Scoop. It is a new Scoop variety that has a large bud size (8-10cm). More on this variety later in FloralDaily. Another highlight at their booth was the gypsophila (on the left). They divided their gyps varieties in three categories; big, small, color. As they see that these are the groups that are most demanded.
M.B. Naqvi of Floriculture Today was also visiting the show.
A colorful sea of Colombian flowers at the Colombian pavillion.
The new line of different colored carnations of SB Talee. They see a high demand for these colors, particularly in the Northern part of Europe.
The team of Real Carga.
Ole Faarbaek Jensen of Verdissimo. They only supply preserved roses and grow them themselves in Spain, Colombia and Ecuador. Over the last years, the demand for preserved roses increased significantly and this, from origin Spanish, company has grown along with the demand.
Also this year, Verdissimo showcases a new product; the garden rose on a stem. More on this later in FloralDaily.
Rosa Eskelund and Harley Eskelumd. Rosa holding one of her new fragrant potted roses. "Next to the fragrance, it also has big flowers and the plant keeps its flowers." In 2019, it will be on the market in small quantities and cuttings will be available for growers to trial.
It has been a very good breeding year for Rosa Eskelund of Roses Forever. She brought several of her creations to the show to gather the reactions from the visitors. On the picture just several of her new varieties that were on display.
The new packaging design of the Roses Forever Roses. From January 2019, all Roses Forever roses will be supplied in this packaging.
Part of the team of Komet sales. They are exhibiting at the IFTF for the first time as they are eager to venture into the EU.
Kenichi Saito of Japan Flowers and Plants Export Association, that consists of 75 members. Even though the Japanese flowers are fairly expensive Saito sees a good demand. "The flowers are different than the flowers that are already on the market and therefore attract the attention of designers. These flowers are mostly used for weddings and other events."
Erik Bruine de Bruin of Colorginz.
A lot of attention from the media.
Florence Didy and Birajs Williams of Harvest Limited. These rose growers from Kenya were also visiting the show.
Part of the team of United Selections.
Jan Renting of Optimal connection sees a bright future for the Mayra's Rose of Continental Breeding.
The team of United Selections.
Carolina Neidl of United Selections, Xavier Beltran of Flodecol, Carlos Diez of Flores Verdes and Andrew Neidl of United Selections.
Adrian Moreano of Eternal Flower and Peter Kolster of Kolster next to the new tropical hydrangea of Kolster that Eternal Flower will start growing soon. More on this later in FloralDaily.
The team of Logiztik Alliance.
Lourdes Reyes and Alejandro Umasa of BallSB presenting the Delphinium Trick. This variety is available in pink, blue and yellow.
Antique Rose (stock standard) of BallSB.
Javier Javier Mantilla, Juan Jose Albuca and his son Ignacio Albuca of Much Flowers.
Tewodros Zewdie of Ethiopian Horticulture Producers Exporters Association EHPEA. Next to some unrest in the country, Ethiopia had to deal with some challenging weather this October.
When Villetta started breeding carnations, they focused on the traditional colors. Afterwards, they became famous for their bicolors, like the one in the picture and over the last three years, they are focusing on the pastel/vintage colors. All in all, this results in a broad assortment of varieties, currently they now have more than 140 varieties.
From left to right: Mauricio Jimenez (Colombia), Pietro Scognamiglio (Italy) and Gianfranco Fenoglio of La Villetta with Gijs van Leeuwen of West Select Carnation Breeding, who was visiting the show.
Jacques Maes of Vermako shaking hands with potted plant grower Geert van Geest of LVG Plants. Together with Vermako LVG Plants will expand 5 ha in South Africa, but not for the cultivation of potted plants. More on this later in FloralDaily.
Millicent Ngesa, Jams Cocker and Farah Smaji of AAA Growers. This year, this Kenyan rose grower expanded their farm and next year, they are looking to expand es well. Besides that, they went into bouquet making as well.
Andres Romero of High Control Group.
Jens Poulsen of Blomster, a trade magazine for florists in Denmark and Norway.
Busy at the Turkish Export Association.
Gabi Armellini and William Armellini of Flowers and Scents were also visiting the show.
The beautifully decorated chair at the booth of Alexandra Farms.
Jose Azout of Alexandra Farms.
Some of the codes of Wabara, grown by Alexandra Farms.
David Austin of David Austin was also visiting the fair. This picture was taken at the booth of Colombian rose grower Alexandra Farms. They grow a large variety of David Austin roses.
Ketherine Herdoiza and Alberto Cantillana of Alkavat. In 2018, they have grown a lot (10%). Now, they grow on 108 ha with over 206 varieties. They mainly grow roses.
Sujit Kalathil of Hansa Flowers, a rose grower from Ethiopia.
Guiseppe Viscardi of Viaflor, Sal Ercoland of Ercoland Flora and Alberto Longoberde of A.L. Soc. Agr. ARLS.
John Adega and Anantha Kumar of Isinya Roses. These Kenyan rose growers planted 7 new varieties recently. Ever Red one of their best sellers. They have 15 ha of it planted and are eager to expand.
Ever Red grown by Isinya Roses.
Sofia Penaherrera and Fanny Enriques of Sachaflor, exhibiting at the Ecuadorian pavillion.
The team of De Ruiter Innovations, in one of the largest booth of the show.
Jennifer ertrude and Matti Arielle of Decofresh. Gertrude is wearing a dress with a mixture of traditional African tribes.
Alex Hernandez and Mireya Serrano of Impex Flowers. They export Colombian, Ecuadoria, Kenyan and Dutch flowers.
Karla Clavijo, Santiago Luzuriaga, Giovanni Almeida of BellaRosa and Rose Connection. Next to fresh roses, these Ecuadorian rose growers started to preserve roses several years ago and they are noticing a increase in demand for this type of flowers.
Celiar Norena and Sandra Medina of Geoflora and sb talee, carnation breeders and growers.
Andres Olier Jauregui of Don Eusebio. This Colombian grower grows carnations. mini carnation and green ball and is currently trialing new products.
Don Eusebio also tint carnations. "In this way, we can create new 'varieties' for special occasions." On the picture the Vintage Family.
The team of Flowers Express Group.
John Mario Bodoya and Miguel Vasquez of Grupo Vegaflor.
Mohan Choudhery of Black Tulip Kenya (in the middle) talking with visitors.
Pieter Jan Robbenmont of Geerlofs talking with Elena Zarubina of FlowersExpo and Willem Boon of Boon export.
Jose Ospina and Julian Medina of Montecarlo. It is the first time that these Colombian hydrangea, aster, green and more growers are exhibiting at the IFTF.
Jose Gutierrez and Maria Michelsen of Inverpalmas.
The booth of Four Season Quality .
Roses of Four Season Quality.
Carlos Krell, president of the Ecuador company Plantec
Mr Shivaprasad, marketing director with Suvarnamukhi Bio-Tech
The large booth of De Ruiter Innovations.
Mr Stanley Musiime with Ugarose Flowers
Jelle Koop & Ronald Petra with Benfried
Bart Koek with Sensitech....
On his neck is the new sensor solution Sensitech recenlty launched.
Simon Bremer & Meindert van der Wielen with Bioline AgroSciences visited the exhibition
Exhibition organiser Jasper van Dijk has a smile on his face - so the exhibition is going well!
Pieter de Vries with Bercomex & Seth Lamptey with UMS Money Transfer
Our editor Elita Vellekoop
Geert Hell, Chris Alphenaar, Ronald Thoen and Gerard Pothuis of Bosman van Zaal
Peter Wicke of Vermako and Hugo Plaisir of Ludvig Svensson
Peter van der Klift of Milestone: "Milestone doesn't want to sell, but want to cooperate"
Heidi van Klink, Albert Obadia and Siebe Duivenvoorde of Celtic Cooling
Kick Jansen of Luiten and Wouter de Jong of Ludvig Svensson
Marco Geeratz, Bart Bakker, Hugo Plaisir and Wouter de Jong of Ludvig Svensson
Natasha Heiner of 30Mhz and Ruud Swart of Sercom
HSI made and distributed passports all over the trade fair
The distribution of the HSI passports were done by their own pilot, Rody de Graaf
Nico van der Spek and Richard Heemskerk of HSI in action
Aad Verduijn of MJtech
Pilot Rody, Marcos Torrens Bonet of HSI and Rainer Kibbel of Lowe
Johan van Erven of Ridder had a look at the IFTF
Peter Boer, Salvino Mandala and Wijnand Visser of Cyklop
Dave Debets of Debets Schalke and DS Hortitrade - they build greenhouse of 1000 m2 till 15 hectares and equip it.
Theo Kleijweg of TK Topboilers and Coen van der Kruk of Debets Schalke
Dave Heij of Koppert Biological Systems tells enthousiastic about the spical ulti-mite in the innovation quarter of the booth
Krien Jansen and Fred van Veldhoven (Benfried)
Jan Meijer of Lutgo and Marco Geeratz
Florianne de Leeuw- Caupain, Anna de Freitas and Aldo Vester of KLM / Air France / Martinair
Fonny Theunis of Biobest Belgium was one of the visitors of this trade fair
B&B Saneremo Italy
Ricky Liberato of Graglia Fiori
Fabio Di Massa (Diemme Fiori), Simona Savio (Ancef) and Meilin Beirer (Zunino)
Enzo Russo of Preserved Greenery
Andrea Moraldo and Franca Ragusa of Promoflor - son and mother
Vermeille - Ana Fernandez and Juan Sanchez
Rosalie Bogaard of Rose d-Anvers Antwerp and Isabel
Rose with real diamonds - all the way from Antwerp
Jack van Batenburg Shakti Cocos
Antonella Migliozzi and Vincenzo Russo of Vifra
This picture is made in the Havatec booth
Jill Thornton of Hotbox
Hypot from Korea
Asim Olcay Karadayi of Vatan and Tom Desmedt of Hyplast
Salih Durmazkan of Antalya Tarim
José Antonio Canha of Portugal Fresh
Tradecorp: Alejandro Ledo, Santiago Esquerra, Carlos Wervo and Sandra Anduezas
Gian Franco of Ercolano
Isn't this a nice painting?
Jaime Hackstadt, Lorraine Conlin and Jenn Deenihan of Radiant
Roger de Jagher of Mardenkro
Marcel Groen of Green Team Consultancy+
Paul van Gils & Yusef Giles with Mardenkro
Frans Diedens of Yalkoneh Flowers. He grows hypericums in Ethiopia and was visiting the show.
Jos van Schie van Muller Seeds.
Hezron Gatimu and Corne Kotze of Morgan Cargo.
Natalya Novikova of Havatec
Merthus Bezemer and Boukje Stille of New Green Market.
Mark Duijnmayer, Milena Giraldo, Sebastian Ospina and Frank de Reuver of Koen Pack.
Anita van Akooy of De Ruiter Innovations.
Peter Rosman of WDD Partner in Groei.
Display of Pagter Innovations.
Kick Jansen of Luiten Greenhouses
Colurful Cacti of Koduk Green House from South Korea.
Julia Pelykh and Sidarth Sharma of Soex Flora, an Indian rose grower.
Juan Demian Recuena, Avinash Morate, Pedro Requena and Esteban Izurieta of Continental Breeding
Eunice Ndegwa of Kenya Flower Council and Zing Yeo of Waridi Creations.
Demi Bosse and Sabina Kornek of Mavuno.
The team of Kenya Flower Council
John Adega of Isinya Roses
Sofia Vasconez and Veronica Cisneros of Alma Roses
Nora, Alona, Nicolas and Paola of Ecuagarden
Meilin Beirer of Zunino Cactus, they grow cacti and succulents in Italy.
Ruth Thuo of Phinna Flowers Limited
Barry Veffer and Philip Eskes of Bangkok Intimex
Part of the team of Aquila
Miriam Njenga, Martha Wairimu and Nancy Njenga of Credible Bloom
Ronald Kloppenburg and Gerrit Staal of Luiten Greenhouses
Eiling Hi Fong, Mary Francis Andrade and Irene Haddad of Corpei
Gordon Makoni of EFGAZ.
Daniel, Carolina and Camilo of Silvestres
Sandrine Urujeni of NAEB, Victor Omuga of Bella Flowers and Willem Versteegh of the Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda
Jurgen Vermeulen of Pagter Innovations
Eric Fuentes of Comptoir
Jorge Ortega of Matina Flowers talking with visitors.
Busy at Flowers Express Group
Yan Wang General Manager of Panjin Dragon Plastic Products Co Ltd
Gianpaolo Benini and Cinzia Barla of Liguria Blumen
Sankar Suresh of Fibre Family
Busy at the booth of Turkish Flower Group
Veronica Novillo, Diego Naranjo of Ponte Tresa talking with Eric Kas of Landgard.
At ASPAC Floral Foam Co. Ltd
Esther Wanja, Joseph Karanja, Juma Suleiman and Santosh Kulkarni with their Red Variety Rhodos Roses, exclusively grown by PJ Dave Group
BellaRosa and RoseConnection.
The colorful flowers of Naranjo Group.
Karina Pallares of La Rosaleda
Marcelo Rusca of Roots Peru
Santiago Queveda, Silvia Caiza and William Fares of Miracle Garden
Gabriela Platanof, Daniel Gomez of Naranjo and Fernando Brito of EBF Cargo.
Carolina Espinel and Carolina Almeida of AAALTAROSA
Magdalena Stefanska, Eduard Eveleens, Tatiana Graham and Katerina Eveleens of IP Handlers
Juliel Byalugaba and Eva Fernandez of Union Fleurs
Bart Bouman and Masja Pit of Green Team Consultancy
Part of the rose assortment of Dümmen Orange.
The team of Ufo Supplies represented Philips and also showed their binding and cutting machine QuickBunch
Entrance Expo Haarlemmermeer in Vijfhuizen, the Netherlands.
Femma Schreurs and Lisa Bakker both from Schreurs.
This is the Delicious from Schreurs. It's a new rose with a lovely fragrant.
Emiel v. Tongerlo from Zabo plant presented their new Rose Lily this year.
Here we see their Rose Lily
A happy visiter at our stand!
The brothers from Select Breeding, Micheal and Dennis de Geus. Standing with their "No Limit".
This one is also from Select Breeding, it's the Celementina.
Donny and Jake having an chat with a customer. This year was the first time they participated in the fair!
The ladys from Chrysal. Anna, Anne and Quita. They are showing us their Leaf Shine Seal.
Here we have Natasha & Natalia from Greneth Plant and Julia from Amsonia was there to visit.
Here we got Coloriginz presented by, Johan Hanemaaijer, Henk de Mooij and Cock vd Hoorn with definitly the coolest shoes from the whole fair.
Harry vd Scheur and Jeanne Mari represented Khuene Nagel at the Fair.
Kristina, Hans and Selina where also present to tell everyone about Rhenus Logistics.
Albert, Dave Heidy and Siebe, all from Celtic Cooling.
Roelof Postma from Stoop Flowerbulbs showed us the magic coming out of a bulb.
Jan Willem & Arie from De Jong Flowerbulbs, standing at their very nice decorated lily wall.
Loes de Pagter from Pagter innovations together with a client.
Cees Admiraal and Peter Glasbergen at their well decorated stand
Arjan Alkemade from C.Steenvoorden with their new Catalogue
Alejandro Perez from Komet Sales and Vincent Mollenman from Enigma Flowers.
Gea Hilbrands & Jaap Uittenbogaard from Harry Vernooy bv.
Rodrigo and Tjerk from Könst Alstroemeria.
Loretta vd Brand from Takii Seed.
Peter Kolster together with some clients.
On the left we got Hidde from Parfum Flowers Company and Sjaak from Meilland Roses and Creations. On the right we see Bruno Etavard and Wouter also from the Parfum Flower Company.
Ron vd Meer together with Erik Spek from Jan Spek Rozen.
Here we see Huub and Örjan from the Ruiter Innovations and in the middle Juan Jose from Much Flowers.
Jan Willem Scheeven from Deliflor having a conversation with Ute Albrecht from Royalty Administration international.
Carola and Jeroen from Interplant. Interplant presented their new image this fair!
Here we got Marvin Grootendorst, Luit Mazereeuw, Leo Lievaart and Nico Grootendorst together with a client from Gana.
Ofcourse Onings was also present and represented by Tanja Zwinkels, Hans Onings, Aad Hendriks and Paul Onings.
Steffy Maar & Ruben Tuten from TLS Solutions showing their way to make it a lot easier to wrap a trolly in foil.
Loes Beelen from IAA Fresh having a nice chat with Ad Obdam.
Maxime van Bakel, Mitchell van Geugten, Hans Blauw and Tessa de Mol van Fairways Logistics.
The entire team of Bercomex, together with their agents from Ecuador and Colombia.
Enjoying a cold beer at the stand of Hans van der Poel.
Mandy vd Ende and Peter Rosman from WDD with their darts. The main price was a helicopter flight!
Johannes, Simone and Eric from Royal van Zanten. Al of them, Driven by passion.
Patrick Garner and Radboud Blom from Geerlofs were also present.
Rene Fransen from Ai2 presents their package of processing services.
Francine van Wijk from Aleia Roses poses at their piece of art. All day long people were making selfies here.
Día de Muertos
Andreas & Ruth Schulter with their employe Sarah Okle. They presented their improved Freshbag to keep the flowers fresh while being transported.
Jeroen Falke from Liquidseal.
Mohammed and Zack from Dilpack Kenia and in the middle we see Stephen from Vaselife.
Here we have Nick MacDonald together with Stephen Gachoki and Onno Böcker, all from vaselife.
For everyone that needed logistic solutions they went to the stand of Denkers Bv.
Raymond Lescrauwaet at the stand of BPnieuws.nl and Floraldaily.com
People are watching the machines of Hans van der Poel.
Wow, that is just beautifull.
At the end of the fair, Bercomex helped you out to make a nice Boquet.
Grapping what ever they can, otherwise is would be trown away.
Yes ladies and gentlemen this is Kees Hoogenboom from HSI showing us some beautiful chrysanthemums.
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