Dümmen Orange renews its partnership with Jan Spek Rozen

Under the new contract, Dümmen Orange is now the agent for Ethiopia, Kenya, Colombia, Poland, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Dümmen Orange has also signed a distribution agreement with Jan Spek Rozen for a number of countries
worldwide.
Erik Spek, director of Jan Spek Rozen, said: "The international nature of Dümmen Orange gives us access to a large network with plenty of potential. We are delighted with the new arrangement and have great expectations for the future."
Principles of the collaboration are continuity of service for customers and optimisation of growing conditions. The Dümmen Orange GreenCare programme will be implemented at all production sites to ensure that crops are grown in optimal conditions.
Philippe Veys, global product manager roses at Dümmen Orange, said: "The Jan Spek Rozen range has great value to us and our customers. It offers both companies opportunities to improve and build on quality and reliability in production. Our market expertise coupled with our infrastructure at various sites will enable our customers to benefit even more from this collaboration."
Over the next few months the two companies will focus on marketing the product assortment and informing customers about the opportunities presented by the collaboration. The Jan Spek Rozen range will be showcased to customers as part of Dümmen Orange’s marketing activities.

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