Fresh products are the best foods in the world and the FRUIT LOGISTICA Trade Fair in Berlin welcomes over 3.000 exhibitors and 78.000 trade visitors to learn about the newest innovations and find new opportunities. For the third time a national booth is present at the fair and regroups Luxembourg specialists trading and handling sensitive products.


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. In 2020, five actors are representing Luxembourg on the national pavilion at the FRUIT LOGISTICA 2020 from February 5th-7th, highlighting Grosbusch’s fruits and vegetables, Arthur Welter’s transport services, Lux-airport's facilities, Cargolux’ air freight network as well as the Cluster for Logistics network.

This year, the Cluster for Logistics invites to the Booth Party with a Round Table

Perishables & Logistics 2025; Luxembourg: Why not?

February 6th starting at 16:00

followed by a Networking Cocktail

Participants and invited guests:

  • Franco Nanna, Director Global Logistics at Cargolux Airlines
  • Goy Grosbusch, Director Fruits et Légumes Grosbusch
  • Xavier Ripoll, Sales & Marketing Director, ABLE Freight Services Inc
  • Robert Verbaenen, Operational Key Account Manager PER, DSV

Moderated by Daniel KOHL (Arthur Welter) and Malik ZENITI (C4L)

The roundtable is expected to give the audience and visitors new insights about current challenges and an outlook into trends until 2025. Specific wishes from the sector and customers perspectives are discussed and how airports like Luxembourg can prepare to satisfy new expectations and achieve customer satisfaction. The Luxembourg Cargo Community wants to prepare for the future.

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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.

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