The show covers all sectors of the fresh produce trade and provides a comprehensive picture of new ideas, latest innovations, products and services at every link in the international supply chain.
The Agricultural Investment Promotion Agency (Apia) is organizing Tunisian participation in the international fruit and vegetable fair “Fruitlogistica 2023”, which will take place in Berlin from February 8 to 10, 2023. The fair covers all sectors of the fresh produce trade. and provides a complete picture of new ideas, latest innovations, products and services at every link in the international supply chain. According to Apia “exhibiting on the Tunisian pavilion represents an opportunity for national companies to find many opportunities for networking and contact with the main decision-makers in the sector as well as to increase their visibility in terms of production techniques, marketing …”. According to the organizers, the stand, turnkey dedicated to companies in the Tunisian pavilion, includes in particular: decoration and signage, layout of the floor, partitions, lighting and signs, basic furniture , cleaning of the stand in addition to continuous assistance before and during the show.
Current issues in the fresh produce industry
As part of the “fruit logistica”, many events will take place live on site and in the online stream such as the “fresh produce forum”, the “tech stage”, the “future lab” and much more… In compact and high-quality expert panels, current issues in the fresh produce industry as well as innovative solutions in terms of equipment and machinery are discussed and debated. It should also be noted that other events will be held online.
Exhibitors from 86 countries and professional visitors attend “Fruit logistica” every year to realize their full business potential in the international fresh produce trade and write their own success story!
The logistics sector in hall 26 is one of the main themes of “Fruit logistica” as the leading trade fair for the global fresh produce industry. The current global trade situation (Corona pandemic, climate change, wars, rising energy and crude oil prices) has shown, not only how adaptable and innovative this sector is, but also its importance for Europe. fruit and vegetable industry.
In addition to fresh produce, machinery makes up a large part of the exhibition, the classic logistics segments of transport and warehousing, robotics, artificial intelligence and cargo drones are now also indispensable components of an industry innovative, sustainable and scalable logistics.
For example, modern telematics systems — digital tachographs that are automatically read and evaluated at the touch of a button — are becoming increasingly important, from driving and rest times to order management and time recording.
It should be noted that the “Fruit logistica” fair will focus on the digital revolution in agriculture. The global demand for food is increasing. New technologies and digital solutions can help meet this growing demand and reduce food waste. At the same time, digital technologies are helping agriculture become more productive, profitable and sustainable. These new technologies will change the industry. Individual processes and digitized production methods are already part of everyday farming. This is why, with “Smart Agri”, a new thematic section will be added to the machine section.
In the new “Smart Agri” exhibition area, innovative companies present digital solutions for pest control, climate and soil monitoring systems, “Artificial Intelligence” to predict fruit crop yields, systems decision support, fruit harvesting drones, precision farming software solutions and much more.
We want to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this remarkable content
“Fruit logistica 2023”: For better visibility | The Tunisian Press
You can view our social media profiles here and additional related pages here.https://www.ai-magazine.com/related-pages/