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New in-store waste solutions by WaterWick

AimFresh introduces a new line of in-store waste solutions for potted plants, by WaterWick. This year WaterWick introduces the WaterWick Transport Tray & WaterWick Buffer Tray. WaterWick is the blue & white rope which draws water from a reservoir, to help the plant stay in its happy plant zone. At IPM 2016 WaterWick successfully introduced the WaterWick Pin Tray. The Pin Tray is a revolutionary in-store waste solution. This tray holds a watering reservoir for wicked plants. Store employees only have to keep the reservoir filled and every plant will take care of itself. This in-store waste solution for retailers has proven to reduce waste up to 15 percent. The system is tested and used in the leading retail stores all over the U.S.

To further optimise the in-store maintenance, at Trade Fair 2017 WaterWick introduces the Transport Tray. Wicked plants can be shipped in this tray from a grower or wholesaler and can be put directly on the Pin Tray at store level. This creates less labour requirement, since no individual plant handling is required anymore.

Another supply chain waste solution which will be introduced at Trade Fair 2017 is the WaterWick Buffer Tray. This tray carries a water reservoir per individual pot and is designed with an overflow from one pot to the other. The Buffer Tray ensures an equal water level all over the tray.

AimFresh can be found at the Royal FloraHolland – Trade Fair 2017, stand number 49.16.

For more information:
Viscon AimFresh
Mijlweg 18
3295 KH 's-Gravendeel
P.O. Box 5103
3295 ZG 's-Gravendeel
The Netherlands
T: +31 (0) 78 673 98 98
F: +31 (0) 78 673 34 34

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