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  • Partnership between GE Current and Royal Brinkman
    September 30th, 2020 – GE Current, a Daintree company, and Royal Brinkman have entered an exclusive partnership together in the United Kingdom. The move names Royal Brinkman as the authorized distributor for Current grow lights while appointing Current the exclusive lighting provider for the famed horticulture supplier. 

  • Valent Pepper Twine has reduced elongation
    Valent Pepper Twine's-Gravenzande - Royal Brinkman introduces the Valent Pepper twine, a twine that is now even more suitable for growing peppers. This is because there is a considerable reduction in elongation. In addition, Valent Pepper twine is flexible and soft for plants and employees and is UV-treated.

  • Introduction of the new Valent clip
    Valent clipDiscover the all new Valent clip. The excellent curvature ensures that there is less chance of damage to the plant. It is clearly audible when the clip is closed. In addition, it provides optimal guidance, and doesn't hinder the growth of the plant. Experience the new clip yourself by requesting a free sample.

  • Personal message CEO Royal Brinkman
    In these difficult and complex corona times we are fully committed to supporting the horticultural sector.... worldwide. We do this by ensuring that the supply of goods and services continues to take place. "Together we will keep horticulture running."

  • Latest updates from Royal Brinkman - Coronavirus
    The coronavirus takes hold. We too keep a close eye on the situation and follow the guidelines of the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM). Through these means we would like to inform you about the measures we have taken and what this means for you. This protocol has been drawn up in accordance with the employer advice from ArboNED.
  • Hortispares is live and ready for use from today
    launch hortisparesRoyal Brinkman announced earlier that it would launch a new tool to easily find spare parts for horticulture. The online spare parts store hortispares.com is live and ready for use today. Hortispares is the online spare parts store for horticulture. Growers, dealers, and installers can visit hortispares.com for a range of more than 10 000 spare parts for machines and installations of various brands, including Berg Hortimotive, Priva, Netafim and Empas.
  • IPM Essen 2020: Visit us at the IPM fair in Essen

    From 28th to 31st January 2020, IPM ESSEN will once again bring together the entire green industry at Messe Essen. Around 1,600 exhibitors from 50 countries and experts from all over the world will be represented at the fair. Royal Brinkman will also exhibit again at te world's leading fair for horticulture in January.

  • Spain must take ToBRFV seriously
    This spring there were already rumors and now, at the start of the Spanish season, it has been confirmed: in Spain too they are dealing with the contagious Tomato brown rugose fruit virus (ToBRFV). "This is going to change cultivation," says Erik de Smalen of Royal Brinkman España.

  • Collaboration Royal Brinkman and Weterings
    Royal Brinkman and Weterings will continue their successful international cooperation in 2020. The cooperation mainly revolves around machines that are used during the busy crop rotation period: the Bio Chopper and Bio Hopper.


  • Australian Government "Instant Asset Write Off"
    The Australian Government is backing businesses to invest to help the economy withstand and recover from the economic impact of Coronavirus. The Australian Government has increased “The instant asset Write off” to $150,000 from $30,000.
    See this fact sheet for more information.
  • Royal Brinkman launches Hortispares
    Royal Brinkman lanceert internationale onderdelenwebshop HortisparesAs a grower, you regularly have to deal with malfunctions and downtime. This is annoying, because a stalled machine can cause part of the cultivation process to come to a standstill. This makes it even more important to solve a malfunction as quickly as possible. This is easier said than done in practice, because the average greenhouse has more than 75 different machines and installations in operation. These machines often come from suppliers all over the world, of course this makes it difficult to order the required parts. With the launch of Hortispares early 2020, Royal Brinkman will deliver the ideal solution to this problem.
  • Royal Brinkman organizes second edition
    Royal Brinkman organiseert 2de editie innovatieseminar  Let’s improve together op 11 juni 2020's-Gravenzande - Following the success of the first edition of the innovation seminar “Let's Improve Together”, Royal Brinkman announces a second edition, to be held on Thursday June 11th, 2020. For this second, more international edition, Royal Brinkman’s guestlist will include 500 Dutch and international growers. 

  • Autostix winner Best Professional Equipment Award
    Royal Brinkman United KingdomWe're very proud to let you know that The Award for Best Professional Equipment has gone to AutoStix during Four Oaks this month! Earlier this year at IPM Essen 2019, Visser Horti Systems and Selecta One introduced the Multi Media strip for AutoStix for the European market.

  • Medical cannabis | Let's improve together seminar
    Medical cannabis is probably one of the fastest emerging cultivations ever. This is no surprise, because with a market of 250 million users worldwide and a revenue of € 10,000 per m², this cultivation seems a goldmine, particularly because there are more and more by-products on the market. Laust Dam explains more.

  • From idea to innovation | Let's improve together
    As a son of Dutch immigrants, Casey Houweling, who is President of the Houweling’s Group of Companies, learned the Dutch way of cultivation at his mother’s knee. Unfortunately, this turned out not to be the best way of growing in the different climate conditions across Canada and the United States. So he went looking for other solutions.

  • Royal Brinkman member of Legal Cannabis Coalition
    Over the last 2 years, a dozen Dutch horticultural companies (Top Sector Horticulture & Starting Materials) performed a joint scientific study to optimize greenhouse cultivation of medicinal cannabis. The ongoing study is coordinated by Wageningen University & Research (WUR), one of the world-leading agricultural universities. Now, these partners have combined their knowledge under the name Legal Cannabis Coalition (LCC). In collaboration with additional partners specialized in lab research, product development, and clinical trials, the LCC offers its combined experiences, services and products to the medicinal cannabis industry.
  • Keep the new tomato virus (ToBRFV) out
    The Tomato Brown Rugose Fruit Virus (ToBRFV) is causing more and more discontent among professional tomato growers. This virus spreads mechanically through people and tools, but also through bumblebees, birds and infected crates or cases. Combating ToBRFV is not possible at the moment, therefore it is very important to reduce the risk of infection with the virus and to prevent the spread of the virus.
  • Royal Brinkman Australia celebrates in style
    New General manager Royal Brinkman AustraliaRoyal Brinkman Australia opened its doors to customers and friends for the first time. After moving into a larger facility in Braeside Victoria and appointing a new General Manager David Sobevski, it was time to celebrate recent achievements and our passion for improving together with our customers.

  • New Board of Directors Royal Brinkman
    New Board of Directors Royal BrinkmanWith the appointment of Jan Schuttrups as Commercial Director, the management of Royal Brinkman is complete again. Jan Schuttrups has been with Royal Brinkman for over eight years and was already responsible as International Director for the company's activities worldwide. From his new position he will now also direct the sales team for the home market and the marketing department.
  • Visit ambassdor Uzbekistan to Royal Brinkman
    Flag UzbekistanThursday 31 January 2019, Uzbekistan's ambassador, Mr Dilyor Khakimov, paid an orienting visit to Royal Brinkman. The visit is part of the preparation of the Dutch Agro Trade Mission to Uzbekistan scheduled for March 2019. 


  • Royal Brinkman launches new hygiene concept
    Royal Brinkman launches new hygiene concept: HortiHygienzRoyal Brinkman launches a new hygiene concept at the IPM trade fair in Essen, Germany. The HortiHygienz hygiene concept is a revolution in the field of hygiene and disinfection in the (glass) horticulture sector.


  • Visit us at the IPM fair in Essen
    From 22 to 25 January 2019, the entire green industry will meet again at the IPM at Messe Essen. Approximately 1,600 exhibitors from 50 countries and experts from all over the world will be represented in Essen. Royal Brinkman will also be present at the largest horticultural fair in the world.

  • Royal Brinkman intensifies activities in Russia
    Royal Brinkman intensifies activities in RussiaIn order to give further substance to the general credo 'Local-for-Local', Royal Brinkman is currently setting up a local Russian organisation in Moscow. With the establishment of Royal Brinkman Russia, the international horticultural supplier is now locally represented in twelve countries where it has its registered office. The intensification of foreign activities is in line with Royal Brinkman's internationalisation ambitions.
  • Royal Brinkman official Grodan dealer in Turkey
    GrodanRoyal Brinkman is official Grodan dealer in Turkey. The partnership with Grodan for the Turkish market was officially launched during the Growtech Eurasia exhibition, which took place from the 28th of November until the 1st of December. By handing over the “support” suitcase, filled with promotion and demonstration material, Royal Brinkman Turkey became official dealer for Grodan in Turkey. 
  • Royal Brinkman and Berg Hortimotive move forward
    Royal Brinkman and Berg Hortimotive move forward togetherInternational horticultural supplier Royal Brinkman enriches its product range with logistic solutions, by acquiring Berg Hortimotive. With this acquisition Royal Brinkman responds to the increasing demand for company-specific solutions concerning logistical processes and realises the growth ambitions that emerge from its strategic long-term plan.

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