Visit The “Fresh HUB Luxembourg” at the Fruit Logistica in Berlin

Fruits and vegetables are very sensitive products and require special handling. Luxembourg is more than capable of offering the required full high-quality services, and the FRUIT LOGISTICA “Fresh HUB Luxembourg” pavilion organized by the Ministry of Economy and the Chamber of Commerce regroups companies that complement each other throughout the supply chain. Six  actors are representing Luxembourg on the national pavilion at the FRUIT LOGISTICA 2019 on February 6-8, highlighting Grosbusch’s fruits and vegetables, DuPont’s Tyvek covers, Arthur Welter’s transport services, LuxairCARGO’s handling, Cargolux’ air freight network as well as the Cluster for Logistics network.

With high value adding services, Luxembourg plays an important role in the specialized fruits and vegetables sector. Dedicated logistics companies offer professional cargo handling of sensitive produce and cool zones. Next to the extensive road feeder system, Luxembourg offers specialized players with modern warehouses and appropriate knowledge.


Luxembourg’s central location in Europe coupled with excellent air, road, rail and waterway infrastructure position the country as a competitive inter-continental logistics hub. In 2003, the Cool Chain Association was founded here. 70% of the EU market can be served within one day and fast lane solutions are readily available as time- and cost-efficiency play a crucial role. The multilingual service and easy access to customs and release agencies allow for tailor-made solutions compliant with clients’ needs.



Luxembourg organizes a country booth to this specialized fair for the second time, after a first successful presence in 2018. This exhibition is the leading industry get-together about perishables and the fresh produce business. It provides a complete picture of the latest innovations, products and services at every link in the international supply chain. The fair is a perfect networking ground with key decision-makers as it attracts over 75,000 visitors and 3,000 exhibitors.

Putting Luxembourg on the map

By joining forces and building a national pavilion with public and private actors (CC, C4L, MinECO), Luxembourg intends to position itself as a hub for agricultural perishables and ultra-perishables in Central Europe.

With more than 75.000 visitors, the Fruit Logistica is a very popular trade fair that focuses on a “niche” aspect of the logistics sector. The spectrum of exhibitors comprises:

  *   Fresh fruit and vegetables

  *   Packaging and labelling

  *   Transport and logistical systems

  *   Produce handling and storage

  *   Computer and internet solutions

  *   Cultivation systems

  *   Greenhouses and greenhouse technology