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Inochio new Bosman Van Zaal partner in Japan

The sale of Bosman Van Zaal horticultural projects in Japan will be handled by the Japanese company Inochio from now on. The agreement was signed online on Friday 11 September by both boards in Japan and in the Netherlands.

Left: Marco Braam, CEO Bosman Van Zaal. On screen: Nobuo Ishiguro, Managing Director Inochio Agri Inc. (upper left), and the board of directors. Right: Ben van der Heide, CFO Bosman Van Zaal. 

Inochio is a Japanese horticultural supplier and has been working with the international greenhouse builder from the Netherlands for years. Collaboration has been intensified because the implementation of horticultural projects requires more and more insight and technical knowledge, based on input from local conditions. In this way, Japanese entrepreneurs benefit from optimal growing conditions for their plants.

The past has shown that the two parties work together excellently. Inochio knows how to accurately translate the wishes of the Japanese clients into a clear profile, which serves as the basis for the elaboration by Bosman Van Zaal in the Netherlands. Together with their team of more than 60 engineers, Bosman Van Zaal works out a turnkey project in which greenhouses, cultivation systems, climate systems and water systems form an integrated whole, tailored to local conditions and cultivation requirements. The project is then put together by Bosman Van Zaal and transported and built by Inochio, always in collaboration with the Dutch greenhouse builder.

For more information:
Bosman van Zaal
+31 297 344 344
sales@bosmanvanzaal.com
www.bosmanvanzaal.com

 

Inochio
info@inochio.co.jp 
www.inochio.co.jp/en 


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