- Business Development Manager
- Breeding Trial Specialist
- Farm Manager Abu ADhabi
- Key Account Manager Canada and USA
- Export Sales Manager Europe Division
- Directors - New Zealand
- Nursery Production Manager Victoria Australia
- Technical Sales Consultant, Washington
- Export Sales Manager North America Exports
Top 5 -yesterday
- US: "Mother's Day rocked at supermarkets, but potted plants did not perform well"
- US: Byfield greenhouse, scene of a fatal accident, will reopen on Saturday
- Prepping up for the future: challenges now and then
- Court rejects California's blanket approval of pesticide spraying
- Avianca Cargo will bring additional freighters to expand its fleet capacity by up to 70%
Top 5 -last week
Top 5 -last month
- Esmeralda Farms acquires Sande Flowers
- OptiBoost sees commercial breakthrough in retail, taking technology worldwide
- Colombia: "The main challenge this year is to meet the demand"
- China: New pot flower production greenhouse complex blooming in Jinan
- “The unusual flower color is the obvious attraction”
Special July: Global Entrepreneurship
In recent years, increasingly more growers are going beyond borders in search of the ideal conditions to cultivate their crop. A large number of Canadian horticulture companies have Dutch roots, but also Germans, Indians and many more nationalities are exploring the world to find the right spot.
Greenhouse suppliers are also internationalizing. Knowledge about cultivation and the use of different growing techniques is now required globally. Consultants are traveling all over the world, but are also using Skype and email to support the growers in the cultivation process.
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Other news in this sector:
- 2015-07-24 Netherlands: Overwhelming interest for FloraHolland Trade Fair Aalsmeer
- 2015-07-23 P.L. Light Systems introduces Lightshine reflector cleaning service in North America
- 2015-07-22 European delegates headed to England to learn about UK’s ornamentals sector
- 2015-07-21 US: Flamingo Holland & Gootjes AllPlant Announce Partnership
- 2015-07-20 Canada: Celebrating 70th Anniversary of Liberation of The Netherlands and the Dutch Gift of Tulips
- 2015-07-17 Dutch soil doctor brings Spanish desert to life
- 2015-07-16 Sustainable roses at rose grower Finlays, Kenya
- 2015-07-15 Canada: Dutch growers cultivate hibiscus, foliage and bromeliads in Ontario
- 2015-07-14 "Pioneering in Chinese greenhouses"
- 2015-07-13 Elsner Pac to carry on in UK without Eagle Plants
- 2015-07-10 "Pioneering in Chinese greenhouses"
- 2015-07-09 DHL to construct logistics facility in Rwanda
- 2015-07-08 Dutch tulips from Virginia
- 2015-07-07 Blooming Australian greenhouse industry gathers in Gold Coast
- 2015-07-06 Canada: Metazet/Formflex & Viscon to open subsidiary in Kingsville
- 2015-07-03 Netherlands: World Flower Exchange explores the American and Chinese markets
- 2015-07-02 CultivAPP begins its internationalization in Kenya
- 2015-07-01 Special July: Global Entrepreneurship