The Tulip Trade Event is traditionally a good moment for the participants to highlight their innovations. From 23 to 25 March 2022, visitors can again learn all about the different new tulip varieties. There is also an opportunity to observe the differences between forcing in water and forcing in soil and to dispute the trends in colour and shape.
The tulip sector never stops developing. Quality remains a point of concern, and the sector continues to strive for improvement. VWS is pleased to show you their latest innovation of the processing and packaging method of the bulbs which runs very smoothly and efficiently, thanks to the new movable packing portals.
Customer contact is very important for VWS. Due to the actual unstable and difficult circumstances in the world, not every customer from abroad is able to travel to the Netherlands to visit the Tulip Trade Event. Therefore we offer our customers and other interested parties a digital tour through our greenhouse, which can easily be done with the latest techniques. In this way both customers and VWS stay updated about demand and offer and can easily share mutual market information.
The export of tulip bulbs (dry sale) has been under strong pressure for years. This was due to the quality of the bulbs on the one hand and the consumer trend of preferring an ‘easy garden’, without much greenery, on the other. The latter development seems to be fading gradually: more and more consumers are beginning to recognise the importance of green gardens, which leads to increased interest in flower bulbs.
These and other topics will be discussed during the Tulip Trade Event. The participants are opening their doors not only to display their colourful assortments but also to talk to their visitors. Disputing the future of tulip cultivation has become a valuable tradition over the years. The Tulip Trade Event is being organised for the fifth time this year, with 12 participants, spread over the provinces of North and South Holland.
The 12 participating companies are: P. Aker, Amsonia, Boots Flowerbulbs, Borst Bloembollen, BOT Flowerbulbs, Haakman Flowerbulbs, Holland Bulb Market, P. Nelis & zoon’s, Nord Lommerse, C. Steenvoorden, VWS Flowerbulbs and Jan de Wit en Zonen.
Check www.TulipTradeEvent.nl for more information and read below about the participants!