With the second day of GreenTech being in full swing, it's not hard to be in a good mood in Amsterdam. It's raining cats and dogs outside, but inside climate and water are discussed on a completely different level.
The exhibition had a good start yesterday and exhibitors value the quality talks they've been having. The show unites high-tech horticultural companies from all over the world. On the floor and in the booths, discussions are going on about growing, but also friends catching up.
So what can be found here? A lot of lighting solutions for starters, greenhouse builders are omnipresent, and also technical innovations to solve labor issues. In the current industry it shows how suppliers are doing their best to take operators to the next level: with precise measuring solutions the final percentages of crop optimization are captured. Of course we will keep you posted on these solutions within the next days and weeks - but first, we'll focus on capturing everybody with our cameras!
Vincent van den Dool with TC van den Dool and Jonathan Bos with Village Farms
The Riococo team
There's a big delegation from Canada at the show. Among them Herman Friesen & Alexis Cervini with Lakeside Produce, who re-branded recently. They are photographed with the Ecoation device that they ordered.
The team of Paskal
Netled is also present again