Horti ASIA 2017, the 5th International Tradeshow for Horticultural and Floricultural Production and Processing Technology, has returned to meet with success, with the theme “Solutions to Modern-day Agricultural Problems”, thereby focusing upon showcasing and exhibiting technology advancements, innovations, tools and equipment suitable for horticultural industry, including fruit, flower and vegetable, as well as orchid, in Asia.
AGRITECHNICA Asia 2017, the trade show of technology and innovation of agricultural machinery and equipment. This year (2017) marks the first occasion upon which connection and an exchange of leading and major innovations from Europe and Asia are organized in Thailand. Both events, which are held from March 15 through March 17, 2017, at BITEC, Bangkok, has experienced success as expected, with the more than 219 world-renowned companies and entrepreneurs from 42 countries worldwide participating in showcasing the latest technologies and innovations to their names; as well as a groundbreaking number of visitors amounting to 8,168 trade visitors from 76 countries – excluding thousands of livestock professionals from VIV Asia.
On March 15, 2017, VNU Exhibitions Asia Pacific Co., Ltd. and DLG International GmbH have collaborated in officiating the opening ceremony of Horti ASIA 2017, the 5th International Tradeshow for Horticultural and Floricultural Production and Processing Technology, over which Deputy Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (of Thailand) Dr. Thanit Anekvit is kind enough to have presided and therein to have provided the opening speech. The aforementioned event is also honored by Mr. Nino Gruettke, Managing Director, VNU Exhibitions Asia Pacific, Mr. Philipp Schulze Esking, Vice President, DLG Service GmbH, Mr. Nopparat Maythaveekulchai, President of Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB), Prof. Dr. Aalt Dijkhuizen, President, The Netherlands Agri & Food Topsector, Mr. Axel Wildner, Counsellor for Food and Agriculture, The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany and His Excellency Mr. Paul Menkveld, Chargé d’Affaires a.i., The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, all of who are kind enough to have borne witness to the historical event in which Thailand will be elevated to become the centre of agricultural exportation to the global market, and in which “Thailand 4.0” policy, as drawn up by the governmental sector, will be practically utilized with an aim to enhance the quality of life and to create new ideas and initiatives apropos of further development of Thailand’s agricultural business sector into a beau ideal of modern-day agricultural paradigm.