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Marginpar relocates: "even closer to the marketplace"

For decades, Marginpar, grower and importer, has been bringing summer flowers from its farms in Kenya, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, and Tanzania to the Legmeerdijk in Aalsmeer, where the Dutch Marginpar team works with great care to check, distribute and market more than 100 different varieties. Things are going well. In fact, Marginpar has become one of the largest suppliers of exclusive summer flowers worldwide. This requires scale, but above all a degree of complexity in processing that the current premises cannot offer.

Designed for the future 
Therefore, in November 2022, Marginpar will move to a location that will be optimally equipped for the ever more sophisticated processing that the market demands, with the flexibility that offers Marginpar opportunities for further development into the distant future.
The new 9000 m2 building to be constructed by Hercuton will be visible from the N201 ring road and, most importantly, will be connected to Royal FloraHolland's product street. 

Committed to the cooperation 
By choosing this location Marginpar contributes visibly to strengthening the marketplace, a position that came about in a joint process with Royal FloraHolland in which the various interests were attuned to each other. RFH also gives a strong signal that they want to focus on constructive partnerships that contribute to the healthy continuation of the cooperation. 

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