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PlantPaper teams up with AgriNomix and Smithers Oasis

With the increased request for PlantPaper's products in the United States, the company decided to forge a North American partnership with AgriNomix and Smithers Oasis.

AgriNomix will be handling sales of machine & service on the North American market, and Smithers Oasis will keep on expanding paper and ready filled paperpots sales.

Concerning the partnership, Carsten Storgaard - Co-owner of PlantPaper, says: “PlantPaper is the environmental friendly alternative to the well-known paperpot system. Our goal was to remove the last oil-based plastic and glue from the system, we succeeded with the certified 'USDA 100% Biobased' paper U1.

"Furthermore, type U1 have a very unique open structure, that allows the delicate roots easy access to pass, and at the same time the paper gives the best airflow to the growing media. All in all, better conditions for the plants.

"At PlantPaper our main concern is to give 'nothing but the best' to our customers - if we talk paper, machinery, service or back-up. In this strategy, I see the cooperation with AgriNomix and Smithers Oasis as the perfect match.”

At AgriNomix, the company will present the most operational-friendly 2-in-1 Semi-Automatic Machine, designed to have a high production capacity and at the same time user-friendly.

The machine is as standard supplied as a dual line. That means you have the possibility to have the same diameter on both sides, or alternatively, 2 different diameters, which can work independently from each other. Paperpots in diameters from Ø15 to Ø80 mm.

During Cultivate Ohio 2018, at Oasis booth, the company will present their paper type range.

PlantPaper at Cultivate Ohio 2018:
  • AgriNomix: booths # 1947, 2047, 2161
  • Smithers Oasis: booth # 1047
For more information:
Ørstedsvej 38,  6760 Ribe
+45 72 30 12 12

Publication date: 7/12/2018



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