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NL: Second phase of new Beekenkamp propagation facility completed

Three months earlier than planned, Beekenkamp has officially finished the new propagation facilities in ‘s-Gravenzande. The now 90,000 square meters with greenhouses will be filled with young vegetable plants from Beekenkamp.



The second phase of the new building has been completed earlier than previously initiated. There are now 9 hectares of greenhouses at their premises in ‘s-Gravenzande. The first 6 hectares are being successfully used for a while now and the first young plants have been placed in the newest 3 hectares of greenhouses.

Beekenkamp Plants is thanking all their partners for the cooperation and the hard and excellent work involved. Due to strong growth and demand, the delivery date had to be speeded up with more than 3 months, whilst a tight schedule was already made.

For more information:
Beekenkamp Plants
Korte Kruisweg 141
2676 BS Maasdijk
Netherlands
info@beekenkamp.nl
www.beekenkamp.nl

Publication date: 1/2/2018

 


 

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