Florensis and Combinations strengthen forces

Since the 1st of October 2013 Florensis and Combinations have commenced a strategic cooperation in the production of annual- and perennial pot and bedding propagation material. Part of this cooperation concerns Florensis taking over all sales activities of Combinations in the pot and bedding plants from seed.

Florensis strengthens its position in the international market of young plants and is able by also cooperating in the field of young plant production to even better spread production volumes over more, high qualified production locations. By using each others knowledge and skills further optimization in production and product development is realized. Combinations will in particular produce those products for Florensis in which they have proven themselves most during the years, such as Helianthus, Viola, Lavandula, Cyclamen, etc.

The take over of the pot and bedding plant activities of Combinations will have almost no direct consequences for the employment in both companies.
The production will initially be combined at the Florensis location in Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht. From mid January 2014 onwards Combinations will start producing young plants for Florensis.

“With the strategic cooperation and the transfer of the pot and bedding plant activities to Florensis, Combinations can produce even more high-quality products in higher volumes. With the final purpose to optimally serve the customer,“ as Martin Noordam says.

Herman Hamer adds that “Florensis with the take over of the pot and bedding plant activities and the cooperation in production, sees good possibilities to make this a success for all involved; customers, Combinations and Florensis. Florensis strengthens its solid base in products and services to the pot and bedding plant growers even more.”

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