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Thu 04/06/2020 by Richard Wilkinson
ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS 2020 will take place on November 17, 2020, in Singapore

Billed as a day of networking-rich opportunities with the most brilliant minds to shape the future of Asian’s fresh produce landscape, the ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS 2020 is an international fresh produce conference event, very well-known in the industry. This event is at the centre of the fruit and vegetable sector in Asia, considered as one of the longest-running. It is organised in collaboration between ASIAFRUIT Magazine and ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA.

ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS 2020 will take place on November 17, 2020, in Singapore, that is to say one day before ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA. This trade fair itself was rescheduled a few weeks ago, to be held on November 18-20, 2020.

ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS 2020 will offer to professionals of the F&V sector the opportunity to discuss the impact the Covid-19 crisis may have had on their sector, especially in Asia, but also on the opportunities that have opened or closed in the F&V business. Delegates will thus have the opportunity to look to the future and the new openings that the year 2021 can offer, particularly in Asia.

“ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS has been developing a new and innovative multi-stage format that allows for an even wider range of business topics and the involvement of more expert speakers and panellists. It works especially well for a business conference after Covid-19. (…) It is an inspiring learning hub providing in-depth case studies from across Asia and beyond to demonstrate how market trends are changing, and how to respond to new demands.”

The event will bring together in the heart of Singapore more than 450 delegates from more than 40 different countries, hoping that no health crisis will postpone this event to 2021. It was held for the first time in Singapore in 1998. ASIAFRUIT CONGRESS is the cornerstone on which ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA was founded more than a decade ago.

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