AALSMEER, Netherlands, TOYOHASHI, Japan: Japan-based horticultural wholesale supplier Inochio Agri partners with Dutch greenhouse builder Bosman Van Zaal, making Inochio Agri the official and exclusive distributor of Bosman Van Zaal greenhouses in Japan.
The two companies which put their signatures to the agreement on 11 September have deep roots in the agriculture and horticulture sector, at home and abroad.
Bosman Van Zaal celebrates more than 100 years of experience in greenhouse building and growing systems. The company has more than 60 horticultural engineers at hand and is known for having completed advanced projects around the world. Bosman Van Zaal’s unique method of applying plastic film on greenhouse roofs (the so-called ‘tension technology’) leads to less material, improving light transmission and cost.
Inochio Agri, a division of the Inochio Group, was established 110 years ago and supports agriculture in various areas, including management support, farming systems, greenhouse planning, and many more. With its seven business clusters, each specialised in one field, the company aims to revitalise agriculture and the community.
The new partnership will bring new solutions to Japan’s ever-growing greenhouse horticulture market. Inochio Agri will be able to provide Bosman Van Zaal’s state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, starting with large scale greenhouses for the Japanese market. By incorporating Bosman Van Zaal cutting edge technology into Inochio’s products and services, both companies will develop low-cost, high-performance greenhouses for the Japanese grower.