Consortium ‘Cooperation in controlled growing’

Berg Hortimotive, Flier Systems and Bosman - Van Zaal will introduce their Consortium ‘Cooperation in controlled growing’ at GreenTech in Amsterdam. The Dutch suppliers will demonstrate the strength of their cooperation, the realization of successful projects and releasing customers from their concerns while at the international trade fair for horticulture.

Anticipating global scale- and market enlargement is one of the reasons why the management from these companies sought contact with each other last year. With a shared vision and mission from the individual companies, along with the knowledge of the production chain, a partnership with a common standpoint was forged.

"Global attention to the problems in the area of food security and food safety has prompted us to shift focus. We remain active in the existing sectors but the focus of the collaboration will be on connecting people and organizations to develop and manage production facilities. Not only supplier of products and systems, but also of complete production facilities." The organizations are a strong partner for their relationships. The Consortiums main objectives are joint and efficient support services, broader knowledge and experience of customers and the appropriate chain-wide offer to suit the market demand.

A unique program has been formed in the area of Phenotyping due to the partnership. Partners Aris and WUR will represent the program at booth nr 09.111 at GreenTech Amsterdam. The companies and their partners can be found at stands in Hall 9 at the RAI, 10-12 June 2014: Stand 09.108 Berg Hortimotive, Florinco, TAKS Tuinbouwtechniek Stand 09.212 Flier Systems, ISO Group Stand 09.312 Bosman – Van Zaal, Crea- Tech International, Indigo Solutions and Montera Techniek.

For more information
Berg Hortimotive
Anja Vijverberg

Flier Systems
Andelina Gielen v

Bosman - Van Zaal
Eline Kikkert

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