Six hectares of new greenhouses all set for Beekenkamp!

Posted On 03 Nov 2016
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voortgangMAASDIJK, The Netherlands: After 32 weeks, the moment is finally there: the first plants are potted and placed in the new building of Beekenkamp. 6 hectare of modern, new greenhouses are ready for the propagation of vegetable crops, all according to the highest hygiene protocols, such as GSPP.

After the first foundation was laid on the 23rd of March, the construction of the new location in ‘s-Gravenzande began. After an intensive  preparation period, it was a big challenge to have everything ready on time.

The new greenhouses are equipped with concrete floors, 6,000 lux assimilation lighting and insect screens. The new building is equipped with OptiClear Diamond for complete decontamination and disposal of pesticide residues. Herewith Beekenkamp meets the emission requirements for 2018 and the increasing quality requirements of customers.

In late August, the construction of the office building started. The ground floor is already done and the top floor will be delivered before Christmas.

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