19 — 21.11.2020

Interpoma 2020

299Days 5Hours 7Minute

International Trade Show for the Cultivation, Storage, and Marketing of Apples

With its 18,000 hectares (44,000 acres) of orchards, South Tyrol is the largest contiguous apple-growing area in all of Europe. And with its know-how and standards of technology, it is among the leading apple-producing regions in the world. The capital of South Tyrol is consequently the ideal location for the world-renowned tradeshow on the apple. Tradeshows are marketplaces, and Interpoma is a platform in the sector that is unique throughout the world as a place to get to know market partners and their interests.

3 Days
20.000 Visitors
490 Exhibitors
100 Journalists

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William Conell-Smith

Redpack

The event was a complete success and the trade fair is very international: we were able to make contact with Americans and visitors from almost all over Europe and the world such as Canada and Australia. Selling machines is not an easy task. First and foremost, we must be able to show interested parties the benefits of our products.

William Conell-Smith

Redpack

Gabriele Maccanti

Maccanti Vivai

We were pleased to register a large number of visitors. Many international visitors, especially from Greece, Spain, Israel, Tunisia, Morocco, Poland and Russia came to see us. This is a very positive sign, as it shows that people are interested in apples not only in Italy, but also in other Mediterranean countries and throughout Europe.

Gabriele Maccanti

Maccanti Vivai

Philipp Moser

Fruit/Food Engineering Biometic

We had surprisingly many international customers from Spain via Portugal, Argentina, Greece. We are really very satisfied. Since the fair is very international, we have already been able to make very valuable contacts. For the most part, we were able to reach our target group well. You can see that a large proportion of the visitors come from South Tyrol, you meet farmers and small businesses but also plant operators.

Philipp Moser

Fruit/Food Engineering Biometic