New Dutch deal to to supply LED-lit modular growing chambers

Philips Horticulture LED Solutions and Light4Food, an Dutch developer of closed cultivation systems, have formed a partner agreement to supply LED lighting systems for greenhouses and vertical farms.

Image: Philips
Image: Philips

Philips Horticulture LED Solutions manager Udo van Slooten said: "We recognize the value of partnering with well-established horticulture manufacturers and suppliers to generate growth like never before for our customers."

Light4Food designs, produces and mounts sustainable closed cultivation systems for vertical farming or multiple layer cultivation. Its Mobile Climate Chamber can be scaled as needed for small and large-scale research and crops, and can be equipped with Philips LED production or Research Modules to create a tailored light spectrum.

Its managing director Rene van Haeff said: "The extremely broad expertise that Philips Horticulture LED Solutions has in cultivating greenhouse crops with LED lighting is unique in the world. They also have at this moment the best and most extensive portfolio of LED lights on the market.

"At Light4Food we want to offer our customers the best solution using LED lighting. The knowledge, products and service offered by Philips Horticulture LED Solutions fit perfectly with our ambition."

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