- Executive Director, Stakeholder Relations & Industry Growth - Canada
- Marketing Manager - Chicago IL
- Grower and Project Planner Vertical Farming - Aarhus - Denmark
- Territory Manager - Brazil/South America, Argentina, Ecuador, Columbia
- Sales manager
- Head of Sales
- Medewerker Productmanagement
- Sales Manager - Germany
- Associate Director International Procurement: Produce - Berlin
- International Procurement Manager - Berlin
Top 5 -yesterday
Top 5 -last week
Top 5 -last month
NL: Dümmen Orange to acquire Hobaho
The addition of Hobaho broadens the offering of products within the Dümmen Orange assortment via existing sales channels. Important crops in the Hobaho assortment are Tulip, Lily, Hyacinth, Calla, Daffodil and a wide selection of miscellaneous flower bulbs. Several research initiatives have been set up to speed up the developments of new varieties and also apply predictive breeding around resistance and traits by combining new and traditional technologies. By combining the knowledge, experience and investment capabilities these initiatives will be accelerated.
Foeke Gardenier, managing director of Hobaho: “This takeover is not only a major opportunity for all our business units to realize our strategic goals but also for our customers as it will have a positive impact in realizing the license to produce and speeding up predictive breeding.”
Lucas Vos, CEO of Royal FloraHolland being previous shareholder of Hobaho: “Based on our 2020 strategy it is a logic step to sell our share in Hobaho. This is also good for the development of both companies and this will bring our industry opportunities and create better products.”
Biense Visser, CEO at Dümmen Orange, speaks of a great addition to the portfolio: “Dümmen Orange welcomes its new colleagues and is proud that Hobaho will further expand the activities of Dümmen Orange into a new segment of floricultural market. This allows Dümmen Orange to better serve more customers. This will not have any consequences for employees and the current process within the business units will be maintained.”
Receive the daily newsletter in your email for free | Click here
Other news in this sector:
- 2022-01-26 From "nothing can be grown" to "colorful and fruitful development"
- 2022-01-26 CAN: Trucker shortages increase
- 2022-01-26 Pandemic workforce modelling tool to help keep produce flowing to retail shelves
- 2022-01-26 National Garden Bureau offers marketing tools for each “year of the” crop
- 2022-01-26 Video: reducing plastic waste, and other questions
- 2022-01-26 Sri Lanka: Floriculture crop development project for growers
- 2022-01-25 Two iconic plants that influenced fashion
- 2022-01-25 Vietnam to resume cut flower exports to Australia
- 2022-01-25 Vietnam: Tet flower sales move online amid COVID fears
- 2022-01-25 Germany: Record sales for the flower and plant market
- 2022-01-25 Online sourcing platform combines transparency, digitalization, and lowest prices
- 2022-01-24 "Paying in local currency could save European importers plenty of money"
- 2022-01-24 Horticulture is Uganda's second economic growth driver
- 2022-01-24 Have you seen these new flowers named after Expo 2020 Dubai?
- 2022-01-24 Ankara: Election promises to flower producers now fulfilled
- 2022-01-21 Rise in differing cargo theft types driven by conditions at congested US ports
- 2022-01-21 Galentine's Day gaining recognition in the floral industry
- 2022-01-21 Gambia: "Floriculture sector suffers due to Covid-19"
- 2022-01-21 Top 10 of the busiest container ports in Asia
- 2022-01-21 Vietnam flower village makes ready for Tet