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Ticket sales open for ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA
"Just imagine all the time and money you would have to spend if you were expected individually to visit every one of your customers in every country in Asia," says Gérald Lamusse, managing director of Global Produce Events GmbH, the organiser of ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA. "Our trade exhibition offers you the most efficient way to keep in touch with your key customers and to make important new contacts in the Asian fresh produce market."
More than 3,500 trade visitors from the fresh produce business all over the world are expected to travel to Hong Kong in September. Two-thirds of all visitors come from Asia, with over 80 per cent of all visitors in key buying roles in their companies or organisations. Over 90 per cent of the visitors to last year's event said they would recommend the exhibition to other trade professionals.
New exhibitors at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA are also signing up every week. The latest confirmations have come from exhibiting companies or organisations in China, New Zealand, South Africa, Italy and Belgium. More than 250 exhibitors from Asia and the rest of the world are due to take part at the three-day trade exhibition this year.
"Demand for exhibition stands is already very good this year," says Mr Lamusse. "Of course, among many other things, exhibitors use ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA to present their company, to strengthen customer relationships and to gain new customers and suppliers. They also see the exhibition as an excellent way of presenting new products to trade visitors."
For more information on ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA in Hong Kong on 8-10 September 2010 go online http://www.asiafruitlogistica.com/ or contact Ms. Sinenart Baramirattanachai (firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +662 9414600). Online booking for visitors opens today.
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