Up to 20 Algerian exhibitors at Berlin International Agricultural Show â€œFruits Logistica 2019â€
- 18 February 2019 / News / 382 / Africa-Bi1
Some 20 Algerian exhibitors active in the agricultural and agri-food sector participate in the 137th edition of the International Fruit and Vegetable Show â€œFruits Logistica 2019â€ to be held from February 6 to 8 in Berlin (Germany).
This show will, therefore, be an opportunity for Algerian companies to publicize the quality of the local product by offering a diversified offer, and establish new business contacts to promote exports of agricultural and agri-food products.
In recent years, Algerian agricultural exports have been experiencing a steady pace, confirming the vitality and dynamism of the agricultural sector, which is recording significant surpluses in several sectors.
Algerian agricultural exports reached $ 60 million in 2018 compared to $ 44 million in 2017.
Considered one of the most important fruit and vegetable trade fairs in Europe, â€œFruits Logisticaâ€ will bring together more than 3,200 exhibitors from 80 countries.
According to the organizers, more than 78,000 trade visitors from 130 countries are expected at this event, which offers important business opportunities for participants by networking key players in the fruit and vegetable sector.
During the year 2018, Algeria had participated in 25 exhibitions and fairs abroad and organized specific Algerian exhibitions in Washington, Brussels, Nouakchott, Libreville, Dakar and Doha.
source: Dz Breaking
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