“The show was larger, looked even more professional and the quality of the visitors has been taken to the next level. Horti Asia offered the exhibitors and visitors a good opportunity to network and to learn more about the possibilities of horticulture business in South East Asia”
“Consumers are demanding better and cleaner fruits and vegetables, but also farmers are more and more aware of the risks and negative side effects of the many chemicals used on their farm. A healthier crop is a better crop, and more yield. It is our aim to increase our biological and sustainable footprint in Asia by encouraging and educating as many as possible farmers to use the available biological pest control solutions. Especially in the developing horticulture and agriculture industries in Asia a reduced dependency on chemical pest control is a must. For more than 20 years already are we committed to help you solve this problem for sustainably growing your crops. This is how: With products and solutions for Natural Pollination, Biological Pest Control, and effective training and education programs Koppert delivers this promise, when it comes to being a partner with nature. Meet our professional team of agronomical and biological experts dedicated to better health of people and the planet.”
“With investments in the Vietnamese Horticulture sector rapidly expanding the need for reliable suppliers of greenhouse technology (hardware and inputs) is fast growing. Only a short flight away, Horti Asia in Bangkok is an ideal place to directly meet professional suppliers of greenhouse technology and other experts in this field.”
“Bangkok as a hub and a place to invest! Bangkok is centre located in the Asia region which makes it a great hub for us to do our service and installation projects. We can be in every part inclusive Australia and New Zeeland with in 12 hours. Thailand has agriculture as a focus point of the government, therefore lots of possibilities to introduce new technology in the agri sector!”
“The key factors affecting the growth of the industry’s exports have been technological advancements, swelling global population levels, good availability of fruit and vegetable varieties and expanding local production. Inefficient logistics, and poor post-harvest management are the biggest challenges for the fruit and vegetable industry.
The vast area of remote and difficult terrain over which production facilities are distributed makes it tough to transfer fruit and vegetables from one place to another.
Most notably, low rural infrastructure hamper transportation and storage. The key learning points from for the Vietnamese horticulture growers are: available biological pest control for healthier crop, technological advancements of post harvest, F&V processes, storages, etc. A major grow in the next 5- 10 years is expected in the Vietnamese horticultural industry: Northern midlands, South Eastern of Red river, North central, South central coast, South East, Western highlands and Mekong delta.”
Facts & Figures
Venue & Floor Plan
15 – 17 March 2017, Bitec
What is Horti ASIA?
Horti ASIA is an international tradeshow for horticultural and floricultural production and processing technology
When and Where?
15 – 17 March 2017 at Hall EH105, Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC), Thailand
Who is exhibiting?
All of our exhibitors are from horticultural and floricultural production business under these following profiles here
Click here for updated exhibitor list (coming soon)
Who is the visitor?
Our main target visitors are here
How much does it cost?
We offer 3 types of package which are Raw Space (325 USD per Sq.m.), Standard Booth (365 USD per Sq.m.), Premium Booth (392 USD per Sq.m.)
For Standard Booth package, what organizer shall provide?
We shall provide Booth Construction, Carpet, 2 Chairs, 1 Table, 1 Socket, 2 Fluorescents and Bin.
How to reserve the location?
Our Sales representatives are very welcome to provide you information and suggestion, please find our sales representative by clicking here
I am interesting to visit the show, what I should do?
For your earliest convenience, you can do the pre-registration (coming soon) for free of charge or you can also make a registration at the registration counter at Hall EH105.