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Dümmen Orange, the world’s largest breeder and propagator, will be presenting its new stand at the World Horti Center in Naaldwijk from 7 March 2018.
Dümmen Orange unveils new stand at World Horti Center
1 March 2018 - De Lier, the Netherlands – Dümmen Orange, the world’s largest breeder and propagator, will be presenting its new stand at the World Horti Center in Naaldwijk from 7 March 2018.
At the heart of the Westland area, visitors from the Netherlands and abroad can now meet representatives of Dümmen Orange. The Dümmen Orange stand offers plenty of opportunities to network and meet new and existing customers and industry colleagues. With its innovative technologies and high level of expertise, Dümmen Orange is playing an ever greater role in the international realm of breeders and propagators. Its stand at the World Horti Center is, therefore, an excellent starting point for a tour of show greenhouses and show gardens featuring new flowers and plants.
The Dümmen Orange stand at the World Horti Center is a real eye-catcher with its light, airy and transparent design. By participating in the World Horti Center, Dümmen Orange is also looking to the future by associating itself with horticultural education and investing in young talent.
Dümmen Orange is a leading company in the breeding and development of cut flowers, bulbs, succulents, pot plants, bedding plants and perennials. The company employs 7,700 people worldwide. In addition to a large marketing and sales network, Dümmen Orange has a strong network of production sites. The key to Dümmen Orange’s success is a broad and deep product range, supported by a global supply chain. The company embraces its social responsibilities and invests in the health, safety and personal development of its staff.
World Horti Center
The World Horti Center in Naaldwijk, the Netherlands, is the global knowledge and innovation center for international greenhouse horticulture. The center offers educational, research and presentation services for anyone active in the international greenhouse horticulture sector. The World Horti Center is being officially opened on 7 March 2018.
For more information:
Rokus Hassefras – Marketing manager
firstname.lastname@example.org / + 31 622 483 049
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