Delamore and Volmary forge sales partnership

The sales teams of Delamore and Volmary UK are to join forces as part of a sales partnership agreement.

The sales agreement will allow Delamore to offer seeds for ornamentals and vegetables.

Alongside this the best of the Volmary product range will be combined with the existing Delamore range of varieties.

The  sales partnership will ensure that genetic resources are secured and will allow Delamore to draw on Volmary’s experience in bedding plant breeding and the production of vegetable
varieties.

Delamore owner Wayne Eady said: "We understand the challenges that growers face in today’s highly competitive and fast moving market and we must continue to develop the appropriate range of products appropriate to them and the marketplace.

"This partnership allows us to be at the cutting edge of product development and genetics breeding".

Delamore commercial manager Chris Finlay will head the new joint sales teams and Colin Robinson, Volmary regional sales manager, will be responsible for the area managers.

Volmary is a European company specializing in the propagation of bedding plants and vegetables from cuttings and seeds from locations including Germany, Kenya, Poland and Turkey.

Delamore is a young plant production company servicing 3,000 customers.


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