Asocolflores and Fedecacao commit to Colombia
During a meeting with the new Colombian ambassador in Washington, we had a fruitful dialogue about the prospective scenario of the flower business in the main arena of its commercial dealings
Colombian flowers bid farewell to “La Bachué” on its way to an exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London
Asocolflores decorated with flowers the departure to Europe of the work of art by Carlos Salas, one of the major exponents of the local plastic arts.
With the slogan “Health First, Business Next” Asocolflores affiliates have invested approximately US$1 million to accelerate the Covid-19 vaccination process for their workers
Asocolflores announced that the immunization campaign will start immediately, covering flower farms located near towns where vaccination is already active.
Augusto Solano, President of Asocolflores, was awarded the 2021 Leland T. Kintzele (LTK) Distinguished Service Award
Bogotá. June 9, 2021. Given his substantial contributions to the floral industry and a distinguished service that exemplifies the integrity, fairness, perseverance, and decisiveness of Leland T. Kintzele, President of WF&FSA between 1963 and 1965, Augusto Solano, President of Asocolflores, the Colombian Association of Flower Exporters, received in the United States the Leland T. Kintzele (LTK) Distinguished Service Award.
Thanksgiving is one of the United States’ most important holidays, and one which will be particularly emotional this year due to the need to maintain physical distance from loved ones.
Asocolflores and its associates contributed 150,000 flowers to the various events that make up the traditional Flower Fair and Silleteros Parade in Medellín, Colombia.
After ceasing operations almost seven months ago, international flights will resume on September 21st, according to the Ministry of Transportation.