The Danish trading business, Dymak, is set to give customers an exclusive preview into their wide range of diversified sourced products for the home and garden segment at the Flora Holland Trade Fair.
At Dymak's Dutch base in Aalsmeer, the preparations for the Flora Holland Trade Fair from the 9-11th of November 2022 are in full swing. The creation of new eco-friendly, trendy, and diversely sourced products are all well on the way to completion and perfection, as the global supply chain partner is bringing in an even larger setup at this year's trade fair.
"Our dynamic team of experts here in Aalsmeer continuously strives to enhance our range of sustainable offers on a global scale, taking a holistic approach into consideration. We understand this approach is even more important than ever in our current climate and look forward to sharing our diversely sourced products with our customers at the Trade Fair in November," says Kirsten Lek, Manager at Dymak Holland.
At the Dymak booth, you can explore some of the endless benefits of sourcing your goods diversely. With more than 25 years of experience as a supplier for the grower and garden segments, Dymak's products range from outdoor baskets and furniture to smaller grower pots and flower accessories.
The products are sourced from more than ten different sourcing offices in Asia, Europe, and Southern America. "The flexibility of diversified sourcing has, throughout the last couple of years, proven to be a success for our customers due to unexpected situations, such as pandemics or other issues that could jeopardize capacity. Diversified sourcing is about exploring new sourcing countries, materials, and of course to supply these countries economically to contribute to an increased stability in each of these countries," says Marthine Møller Kristensen, Global Sourcing Manager at Dymak.
At the fair, you can meet the global team of experts from Dymak and learn more about how to source sustainably and intelligently. Meet the team at booths 1.33 & 34 from the 9th to the 11th of November 2022.
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