Both exhibitors and visitors are invited to attend conferences with more than 50 lectures. Our speakers are Polish and foreign experts, scientists and practitioners who will share their knowledge and experience. Conference attendance is free of charge.
TSW is a place where you can meet other professionals from horticultural industry. It is visited by: producers of fruit and vegetables, horticultural machinery, crop protection products, fertilisers, means of production, as well as service providers, refrigeration and storage companies and companies providing machinery for fruit and vegetables sorting and packaging. We also host nursery producers, fruit dealers and fruit processing companies.
TSW attracts more and more visitors every year. During the last edition there were over 16 thousand visitors who could learn about the latest domestic and foreign industry trends and market novelties during this 2-days event.TSW Fair is organised in Ptak Warsaw Expo Trade Fair Host in Nadarzyn near Warsaw. It is less than an hour drive from the largest fruit district in Poland.
JEDNE TARGI - WIELE WYDARZEŃ
Location: PTAK Warsaw Expo, Al. Katowicka 62, Nadarzyn (near Warsaw), POLAND
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We invite you to the 12th edition of the TSW 2022 Fair!
The current year made it impossible for us to organize the fair due to the epidemic situation in the country. After many months of uncertainty, we can finally start working again on organizing a successful and, most importantly, safe event for the fruit and vegetable industry, which is our Fair. We are looking forward to the next meeting.
Prof. Szczepan A. Pieniążek prize 2021
During the Fruit and Vegetable Industry Fair TSW 2021, Prof. Szczepan A. Pieniążek prize will be awarded for the eight time. This prestigious prize is awarded to innovative products intended for horticultural production. A jury of outstanding personalities from the world of science and practice of the fruit-growing industry will assess mainly three aspects: degree of technological innovation, benefits for horticulture, environment and society and finally project profitability.