Dutch horticulture suppliers can, internationally oriented as they are, be found all over the world. They raise new projects from scratch, or provide maintenance. Organizing all this traveling takes a lot of time, and that is why companies often turn to Pack & Go.
Conny Kleppe and Mandy van Tetering worked in the business travel sector for years. Mandy: "We met each other on the hockey field, and things took off from there." They founded the company five years ago, and now they are helping a lot of companies in the agricultural and horticultural sector with planning and organizing their business trips. Mandy: "We are 24/7 at our clients' beck and call, and keep close contact by app or mail. If the itinerary changes, we want to offer solutions as soon as possible."
Peter Lexmond, commercial director with Meteor Systems, has been a customer from the beginning, and is very happy with the quick service. "I had landed in Canada and was about to pick up my rental car, when it turned out I had forgotten my documents, and because I did not have internet access I could not find my mail. I called Mandy, and within minutes I knew where to go."
Mandy and Conny often have to act very quickly. Mandy: "An employee arrived in a country to do a job. The machines were supposed to be brought by ship to that location, but were delivered to the wrong port. Shipping took a lot of time, and the employee had to return to the Netherlands. During the arranging of the journey home we also pay attention to the costs, so the impact on the company is as little as possible. We have noticed that clients are very happy with this.
Peter says he has blind faith in the ladies of Pack & Go. "We work ad hoc and we often only know at the latest moment we are going to travel. By turning to Pack & Go, we are certain everything is properly arranged. We can depend on that."