Partners

FCI encourages the pursuit of joint activities in areas of mutual interest with national, and international societies, and organisations.
Agreements have been reached between FCI and leading growers and trade associations in 32 countries. FCI is proud to announce the cooperation with the following associations:

  • AFE , the American Floral Endowment. www.endowment.org
  • AFIF,  Association of Floral Importers of Florida. www.afifnet.org
  • AGEXPORT, the Guatemalan Exporters Association.www.export.com.gt
  • AGREXCO/CARMEL, Israel’s foremost agricultural exporter. www.agrexco.co.il
  • AIPH, Association Internationale des Producteurs de l’Horticulture. www.aiph.org
  • AMERICANHORT, association of floriculture professionals. www.americanhort.org
  • ANGROFLORA, the Italian board for flower and plant wholesalers.www.angroflora.it
  • ANTALYA CUT FLOWER EXPORTERS UNION www.aib.org.tr
  • ANTHOS, the royal Dutch trade association for nursery stock and flower bulbs. www.anthos.nl
  • ANVE, Associazione Nazionale Vivaisti Esportatori, Italy’s national association for nurserystock exporters.  www.anve.it
  • ARAVA, company exporting fresh Israeli produce worldwide.
  • ASBINDO, the Indonesian Flower Association. www.asbindo.org
  • ASCFG, the association of specialty cut flowers growers. www. ascfg.org
  • ASFPLANT, Asociación de Flores, Plantas y Technologia Horticola de la Comunidad Valenciana, trade association representing the flowers, plants and horti technology industry of Valencia, Spain. www.asfplant.com
  • ASOCAN, Asociación de Cosecheros y Exportadores Flores y Plantsas Vivas de Canarias, the Canaries export organization for flowers and plants. www.asocan.net
  • ASOCOLFLORES, the Colombian association of flower exporters. www.asocolflores.org
  • AVAG, Dutch trade association that represents the interests of  contractors and fitters in glasshouse horticulture. www.avag.nl
  • AVBS, the Belgian board for ornamental growers, florists and landscapers. www.avbs.be
  • BELBEX, trade association of exporting tree and hardy nursery stock growers. www.belbex.be
  • BFA, the British Florist Association. www.britishfloristassociation.org
  • BGI, the German wholesale and import organization. www.bgi.ev.com
  • Blooming Breeders, trade association which helps the Netherlands plant breeding industry maintain its global competitive advantage. www.bloomingbreeders.nl
  • BRO, BLOMSTERBRANSCHENS RIKSORGANISATION, Swedish florist association. rp@semera.se
  • CIOPORA, the International community of breeders of asexually reproduced ornamental and fruit varieties. www.ciopora.org
  • CHINA INTEX SHANGHAI, Shanghai-based trade show organiser. www.intex-sh.com
  • CHA, the Commercial Horticultural Association in the UK.www.cha-hort.com
  • CNLA, the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association. www.canadanursery.com
  • DSZTT, Hungarian Professional Ornamental Plant Growers and Commodity Board.
  • EHPEA, Ethiopian Horticulture Producers and Exporters Association.www.ehpea.org.et
  • EXPOFLORES, the Ecuadorian association of flower exporters. www.expoflores.org
  • EXPORTS & FLOWER GROWER ASSOCIATION OF ZIMBABWE.
  • FAQI, the Flower Association of Queensland Inc. www.flowersqueensland.asn.au
  • FITA, the Flower Import Trade Association of the UK. www.fita-uk.com
  • FLEUROSELECT,  the international organization for the ornamental plants industry. www.fleuroselect.com
  • FLOWER TRIALS, annual open days of the ornamental plants industry. www.flowertrials.com
  • FNGLA: FLORIDA NURSERY, GROWERS AND LANDSCAPE ASSOCIATION www.fngla.com
  • Floradania, the Danish growers association, www.floradania-org.dk
  • FLORA HUNGARIA, the largest wholesale flower market in Central and Eastern Europe. www.florahungaria.hu
  • FLORINT, the international florist organisation. www.florint.org