Asia Fruit Logistica goes virtual

Asia Fruit Logistica is moving to a new digital format for November 18-20, 2020.

 

Asia Fruit Logistica ON will be a meeting place online that uses the latest software for business matchmaking and meeting scheduling. In short, it finds the most suitable contacts for your business, and then helps you to schedule formal business meetings at the time you want to have them during the core trade show days 18-20 November 2020. 

 

“It’s important buyers and sellers come together in Asia this year too,” explains Will Wollbold, commercial director of Asia Fruit Logistica.  “Of course, we’re disappointed, we’ve worked very hard with our expo partners in Singapore, but all over the world borders are closed and business travel is very difficult. So Asia Fruit Logistica ON is our response to these challenges.”

 

Asia Fruit Logistica organizing team and its global network of representatives are now contacting every exhibitor and potential new companies to discuss how they can maximize the results of their digital participation at Asia Fruit Logistica ON. Trade visitor booking will open soon.

 

Source:  Asia Fruit Logistica August 11, 2020 news release

 

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