Envío Attending Fruit Logistica In Berlin

January 25, 2023

Managing Director – Sean Stokes –  will be representing Envío at this year’s Fruit Logistica Exhibition, which is being held at the Messe Exhibition Grounds in Berlin from 8th to 10th February 2023.

Fruit Logistics is the leading trade show for the global fresh produce business, bringing together over 40,000 buyers and trade visitors from around 130 countries, and more than 2,000 exhibitors from 87 countries.

Of course, fresh produce is an important industry for many Latin American countries, which aligns with Envío’s core market, and provides a great opportunity for us to catch up with friends, colleagues and clients.

Sean has become a regular visitor to the event, which is showcased in the pictures he took of last year’s exhibition below.

If you would like to meet with Sean during Fruit Logistica, then please email him via sean.stokes@envio.international, or call 01268 530634.

 

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