7 June 2019
As an answer to worldwide developments in population growth and climate change, and the depletion of natural resources, Ridder is introducing several new groundbreaking innovations that will enable greenhouse growers to produce crops more efficiently and with maximum sustainability.
Ridder, a Dutch family-owned company and leading supplier of smart inside greenhouse technology, is unveiling their innovations at the upcoming GreenTech trade show and exhibition, to be held 11-13 June at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre. The innovations are geared towards growing plants more efficiently with intelligent automation software, novel water treatment technologies and innovative R&D partnerships.
Ridder’s innovations have all been designed with the aim of reducing the environmental footprint of the international horticulture industry and increasing the efficiency of greenhouse businesses, using the best possible methods to support growers gain maximum insight and control over their climate, water and energy management and increase the bottom line of their businesses.
The innovations that Ridder will be presenting at GreenTech have already gained recognition in the horticulture industry; Out of some 50 submissions, the GreenTech Expert Jury has selected and nominated three of Ridder’s innovations for the prestigious 2019 GreenTech Innovation Awards in the categories Innovation, Sustainability and Impact. The nominated innovations are the Ridder NoNa+ selective sodium removal unit, the Ridder CO2 Optimizer autonomous advisory tool and the Ridder Co-Creation Climate Screens concept. In addition to other new innovative technology, Ridder will be showcasing the nominated innovations at its stand and the Greentech Innovation Lab.
Visit greentech.ridder.com to find how we are future-proofing our industry and join Ridder at GreenTech Amsterdam, Stand 12.210
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