12 November 2018
The demand for horticultural products is high in Canada and the United States. In order to serve this growing market, greenhouse technology provider Ridder cooperates intensively with North American support group Acrobat Projects. “Engineering, design and installation of state-of-the art greenhouse projects requires skilled technicians. Those technicians are not always locally available in North America. Yet, it is for cost savings and many other reasons beneficial to have the work done by local installation contractors”, says Mark van den Ende with Acrobat Projects.
In a recent article on HortiDaily.com, Ridder partner Acrobat projects explains that the engineering, design and installation of state-of-the art greenhouse projects is not something anyone can manage. The expanding industry requires more and more skilled technicians. That is a challenge: the knowledge at local level is sometimes difficult to find. In order to better support the players in the market, Ridder and Acrobat expanded their cooperation. Mark explains: “For the North American market, we have become an extension of Ridder. Basically, the experts at Ridder focus on product selections while the Acrobat Projects team add value to installation preparation to be executed by local contractors. Together we change from being a product supplier to handling more complete projects.”
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