Svensson is the pioneer and world leader in screen solutions for controlling climate conditions and maximising energy efficiency. Its climate screens manage humidity, temperature and UV radiation according to customer requirements. The company creates excellent conditions for improved, higher-quality crop production in greenhouses throughout the world.
With over 20,000 hectares of climate screens installed in greenhouses worldwide, Svensson screens save estimated energy production equivalent to that of three to four nuclear power plants per year. That’s a sizeable contribution towards reducing the global carbon footprint. Built on a legacy that began in 1887, the company continue to develop innovative concepts with outstanding design and function.
On October 6, the covenant for the PIB NLHortiRoad2India was signed at the Netherlands India Business Meet in Ahoy, Rotterdam. This festive ceremony marks the kick-off of a multi-year public-private partnership, which aims to position the Dutch horticultural sector as a partner for India to meet India’s increasing demand for fresh, safe, and nutritious fruits and vegetables.
Chinese greenhouse horticulture is evolving at a rapid pace. And in the years to come, it shows the possibilities of speeding up, even more, expects Gloria Zhang of climate screen supplier Svensson. But there are also challenges to overcome: among others, the high energy prices and the moderate horticultural expertise level. Gloria is confident that “the collaboration with Dutch Greenhouse Delta and the PIB China will help to present Svensson’s value in the market and working together with all the members allows us to provide a total solution of the value chain to growers in this country.”