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Australian business award for Powerplants
Carl van Loon said on the awards night: “I am honoured to receive this award on behalf of the great Team that we have at Powerplants. This demonstrates that we have set ourselves apart from others by offering our clients world leading products and services to help their business grow to the next level. It wasn't easy getting here but with passion and hard work, coupled with integrity and honesty we can continue to innovate and lead the Horticultural industry to the next level”.
Powerplants was founded in 1994 by Carl van Loon, and has a long history of advancing Australia’s horticultural industry. Their partners are farmers, growers, supermarkets and government authorities, and their key goal of improving Australia’s plant production and food sustainability is at the forefront of their workmanship.
They employ around 30 people Australia wide, and food production technologies is a major part of their business. They design, install and service systems for growing food such as tomatoes, capsicums, cucumbers, eggplants, lettuce, herbs, flowers – basically anything that grows in the ground or grows in a greenhouse is their focus. They work with growers to produce better quality crops without pesticides, fungicides and sprays - by giving the plants a perfect climate to live in.
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