GreenTech Amsterdam is the place to be if you are a professional in the horticulture industry. We provide you with concrete answers to all essential questions when it comes to technology and innovation for the production of vegetables, fruit and flowers. During this years event, visitors discover the latest trends, developments and solutions in the horticulture industry, special pavilions and theatres.
Spread across the different halls, grouped together under one roof on the exhibition floor at GreenTech Amsterdam, you will find products, services, innovations and solutions in the following themes. The GreenTech programme is built on these themes.
In the agricultural industry energy constitutes a large part of the operating expense, especially in the horticultural business. Additionally, energy production and supply form an important source of income, and more and more initiatives around this theme are being launched.
Greentech Amsterdam strongly focuses on the theme ' Energy', providing ample opportunity to share and gain knowledge and make new business contacts.
Water is a primary requirement for plant growth. Unfortunately, the scarcity of water soil salinity is increasing. GreenTech aims to assist your organisation in successfully marketing your innovations and promoting your new solutions in the field of water.
The Crops theme offers innovative tools and solutions as well as inspiration for new crops and is a must-stop for every grower.
Like in many industries people are the driving force in horticulture. At GreenTech we focus on human capital development and how new technologies can drive the industry forward. These technologies include robotics, internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intellligence (AI). Other topics under this umbrella are education and bringing new and young talent into the industry."
GreenTech Amsterdam is all about sharing knowledge. Together with our exhibitors and partners, we have put together a programme where growers in vegetable, fruit & flowers and horticulture investors from all over the world get updated on how to optimize sustainable crop production and all other relevant themes and developments in the horticulture industry. All presentations are judged by an independent Knowledge Session Committee. Members are: Sjaak Bakker Manager Wageningen UR Greenhouse Horticulture, Aad van den Berg Managing Director Delphy, Gabrielle Nuijtens Managing Director Topsector HortiCulture & starting materials, Michael Ploeg Export Area manager Dalsem.
Food & Flowers in Greenhouses Theatre
Climate, Water & Energy Theatre