The Growcoon is exclusively available at Maan BioBased Products and Klasmann-Deilmann, the international partner for the Growcoon. Both parties supply exclusively to the entire horticultural sector. Klasmann-Deilmann sells not only to the Dutch market, but also to the surrounding countries. One major agreement within the collaboration is that the Growcoon can be sold in combination with any required substrate.
Bart Oude Wesselink, Managing Director of Maan BioBased Products: ‘The Dutch market has confirmed for us that the Growcoon is a pioneering, future-oriented and successful product. To draw attention to this product in the Netherlands and Europe, we wanted to work together with an established internationally operating party within the horticultural sector. One key precondition was that the image of the partner had to reflect the image of the Growcoon. We are delighted that we found this party in Klasmann-Deilmann.’
The internationally operating substrate supplier does not currently have any root plugs in its range. For Klasmann-Deilmann, the Growcoon is a strong product for the future. Ted Vollebregt, Managing Director of Klasmann-Deilmann Benelux: ‘International horticulture is changing rapidly. Klasmann-Deilmann pays a great deal of attention to sustainable innovation. We see the Growcoon as a product that will change the horticultural sector structurally. Due to the close connection between substrate and the Growcoon, we are really delighted that we may market this product together with Maan BioBased Products.’
Klasmann-Deilmann is a worldwide market leader in the international substrate industry. From production units at various locations, Klasmann-Deilmann lays the foundation for the success of professional growers the world over. The pillars of that success are a thorough knowledge of substrates, optimal logistic processes and the geographical spread of the sources.
This means the company is able to supply a high and constant quality all year round. Klasmann-Deilmann has its own peat farms in Germany, Ireland, Lithuania and Latvia. In terms of sustainability, the peat farms are returned after peat production to their natural state, turning the plots into conservation areas.