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Beekenkamp Plants


Beekenkamp Plants





Breeder and young plant producer
Cutting raised and seed raised young plants

Sustainable packaging for your crop

From trays and pots to transport boxes. Custom design also available.

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Outstanding hygiene and top quality at our in-house production sites
For cultivation of vegetable, fruit vegetable and tuber crops

Bringing beauty to life

Chrysanthemums from Deliflor


Beekenkamp Plastics develops plastic products for the agricultural sector. From strawberry trays to transport crates and from flower bulb cultivation boxes to the new insect breeding trays. They produce and ship more than 3 million products and cultivation systems all over the world every year. The designs are developed in…

Nathalie Zwinkels has been working as a Crop Protection Specialist within Beekenkamp Plants for 3 years. “Crop protection is the best and most challenging job there is,” says Nathalie. “Digitization is becoming increasingly important in horticulture and I am proud that this also happened at Beekenkamp! We have recently started using the LetsGrow…

As well as the large volume pots for blueberries, Beekenkamp has added a 16-litre pot to the range. A good start to blueberry production can be made using this Beekenkamp 16-litre pot. Blueberries can be started in a smaller pot such as the square 16-litre square pot, transferring to a…

Rotterdam, Netherlands
From Monday, March 25, 2019 till Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Saturday, January 11, 2020
From Tuesday, January 14, 2020 till Thursday, January 16, 2020
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Inspiring concepts
Selecting the right products in collaboration with the entire supply chain
Packaging for every crop
Tulips, strawberries, chrysanthemums, cucumbers, lilies, tomatoes, berries and more...
Top quality
Cultivation and sale of young vegetable plants in press pots (soil blocks), trays and rockwool
Chrysanthemum breeder with unique varieties, colours and forms
Chrysanthemums for everyone
Chrysanthemum breeder with unique varieties, colours and forms
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