Bom Group newest partner of World Horti Center
As the Newest partner of the World Horti Center, Bom Group joins the network of participants of leading companies. With this, Bom Group wants to show visitors of the center what innovations Dutch horticulture has in-house. In addition, this is an opportunity to be in contact with future employees.
John Meijer, commercial manager at Bom Group: ‘’Our company is known as an innovative company in the horticultural sector and we therefore like to connect ourselves to the participant network of the World Horti Center. The visibility in the World Horti Center offers a unique opportunity to present our latest innovations, including the All-climate greenhouse that we jointly developed with other partners and are currently building. In addition, the center offers us the opportunity to get in touch with students ‘colleagues of the future’ and to seduce them for a career in horticulture. We give students the opportunity to experience how innovative technology contributes to people’s health and happiness by producing healty and nutritious food for a rapidly growing world population. We are proud of the realization of this greenhouse and are looking forward to meetings with students and interested visitor from all over the world.''
Bom Group specializes in supplying, building and installing greenhouses, screen installations and climate systems for the greenhouse horticulture sector. The company has grown into a leading international player for the realization of turnkey projects and plays a coordinating role in this. Product innovation is high on the agenda of the company and its employees who play an important role in this with their drive to innovate.
About World Horti Center
World Horti Center is the knowledge and expertise center of horitculture, where in addition to training facilities for education at MBO,HBO and WO level, a research center and more than a hundred companies display the latest innovations an developments on the exhibition floor year round. Education, entrepreneurs, government and research work together on sustainable applications to answer global issues. The center has been open since March 2018 and is located in the heart of the horticultural cluster in Westland. In the opening year it attracted 41,000 (international) trade visitors.
Publicationdate: 22 March 2019Back to all our news