Guetegemeinschaft visits Dutch Plantin in Boekel (the Netherlands)

Last week we welcomed Guetegemeinschaft, the German authority for quality in the German potting soil industry. Over 60 guests (mainly from potting soil and substrate producers) visited our factory in Boekel for a guided tour and a presentation by Fer Weerheijm, which was well-received. The coir pith produced in the Netherlands complies with the highest…

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€ 7,111.65 for education in India!

All five of our colleagues made it across the finish line of the Berlin Marathon on 28 September. Exhausted but worthwhile! In addition to this sporting achievement, they have also raised a substantial amount for their charity: education for children in India. All five of our colleagues made it across the finish line of the…

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Successful GreenTech 2014

The first GreenTech which ran from 10 to 12 June in Amsterdam was a success for Dutch Plantin. The international trade show for horticulture technology gave us the opportunity to meet existing relationships face to face and to establish new international contacts. Plans for more production capacity We took the opportunity during GreenTech to discuss…

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Running in Berlin for education in India

Dutch Plantin and sister company Van Doren Engineers are putting on their running shoes! On Sunday 28 September 2014, we will be taking part in the Berlin Marathon with a team of five people. We have two goals: taking part in a sports activity and collecting money for a charity, i.e. education for children in India.

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Trade fairs

Dutch Plantin actively seeks information of the latest developments. We also keep in regular contact with our relations abroad. In order to know what is happening in our industry, we take part in various international trade fairs and events. This gives us an opportunity to get in touch with customers, partners, growers and other parties…

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Corporate Social Responsibility

Dutch Plantin pays attention to corporate social responsibility in different areas: Water conservation Water is becoming increasingly scarce in India, which is why it is important to efficiently use water and to recycle it. We have been able to reduce the amount of water used per unit by 15%. The further development of manufacturing processes…

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