Dümmen Orange expands cooperation with Jan Spek Rozen in Asia
Pictured: Hera, popular in Asia
Breeders Dümmen Orange and Jan Spek Rozen are expanding their cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region. Dümmen Orange will act as the exclusive agent for Jan Spek Rozen in Japan, South Korea and New Zealand. Dümmen Orange was already an agent in a number of European countries, as well as in Kenya, Ethiopia, Colombia and Brazil.
Synergy benefits arising from combined global efforts are central to both companies. For Dümmen Orange, the cut roses from Jan Spek Rozen are a valued addition to its own range. The extensive sales force and propagation capacities of Dümmen Orange are alluring to Jan Spek Rozen. The strong relationship between the breeders has existed since 2016. Dümmen Orange became an exclusive agent in Colombia, Africa and parts of Europe that year.
Dümmen Orange is the world’s largest breeder and propagator of cut flowers, bulbs, tropical plants, pot plants, bedding plants and perennials. In addition to a large international marketing and sales network, Dümmen Orange has a diversified global network of specialized production sites as well as a world class R&D team developing innovative value-added products for customers.
Royal supplier Jan Spek Rozen from Boskoop (The Netherlands) was founded in 1890 and is the second oldest breeder in the world. The company focuses exclusively on the breeding of roses and has built up a solid reputation in this segment. Well-known names from Jan Spek’s range are: Hera, Penny Lane, Sophia Loren, Doris Day, Patz and Hearts.