High-level trade visitors from all over the world converged on Bangkok’s Queen Sirikit National Convention Center on November 2-4, 2022 for the first in-person edition of ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA since 2019.

After a three-year break, exhibitors and visitors seized the opportunity to meet again with customers and colleagues, make new connections and contacts, and gain expert insights on the latest industry trends and innovations.

The trade show floor was buzzing as attendees made the most of getting back to doing business face to face. Many exhibitors reported back-to-back meetings for all three days of the event and remarked on the high quality of buyers and trade visitors coming to their stands.

“We’re delighted ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA 2022 has concluded successfully in Bangkok this year, and we’d like to thank every single person who has taken part,” said David Axiotis, managing director of event organiser, Global Produce Events (HK) Co., Limited. “Feedback from our exhibitors and visitors has been very positive, and it only strengthens our commitment to providing this high-quality, efficient and leading trade platform for Asia’s fresh produce business.”

ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA attracted nearly 10,000 trade visitors from over 70 countries. Thailand, India, Malaysia, Vietnam and Australia were the top five countries represented in terms of visitor numbers.

Visitor survey results confirmed the high quality of trade visitors, with 85 per cent of them responsible or closely involved in the purchasing and procurement decision-making process for their companies.

Visitors were able to take in an exciting array of products and services from all over the world at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA 2022. Some 420 exhibitors from 42 different countries and regions showcased their offerings, and the event featured 18 national or group pavilions.

Australia was the single-largest exhibiting country, with the US, Italy, New Zealand and Thailand making up the top five exhibiting nations.