Desch IPP flower buckets:

"Now up to 30% weight savings for the 5, 8 and 10 liter buckets"

"These flower buckets are a handy item for transporting, storing, and displaying flowers," says Kees Waqué, Manager of Retail and Marketing at Desch, when talking about the flower buckets of Desch IPP. To manufacture the flower buckets, recycled plastic is used. "On top of that, they are lightweight, durable, and watertight."

Flower buckets are widely used by florists, garden centers, and supermarkets to display and sell flowers. Not only are they convenient for transporting flowers, but they also give off a professional and tidy image. Apart from that, flower buckets help keep flowers fresh, Waqué explains. 

In addition to transporting and presenting flowers in shops, flower buckets are also used for decorative purposes. For example, they are filled with flowers and set up at weddings, parties, and other events.

"It is important to choose the right flower bucket for the flowers you want to transport or present. Choosing the right size will help ensure the flowers are well-protected and stay fresh for longer. Some interior shop designers have developed special furniture to accommodate the Desch-IPP flower buckets."

The flower buckets; are made of recycled plastic. "They are easy to clean and disinfect, making them extremely suitable for reuse. Using reusable flower buckets is a good alternative to disposable ones."

The assortment of flower buckets includes eight sizes ranging from 2 to 13 liters. "Recently, advanced techniques have made the 5, 8, and 10 liter sizes thinner, reducing weight by up to about 30%. This makes those sizes more economical and, by using less plastic, also more sustainable."

"In short, Desch-IPP's flower bucket is a handy and durable item for transporting, storing, and presenting flowers."

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