- COLLECTIVE WITHIN OUR SECTOR
- SUSTAINABLE RELATIONS
- FULL PACKAGE FOR THE CUSTOMER
Collective and sustainable business
The market, as well as the laws and legislation that regulate it, is constantly changing. This also goes for horticultural businesses and nurseries. De Zuidplas knows like no other the impact that new rules and standards can have and always manages to find a fitting solution. Discharging and reusing wastewater, social responsibility and heating greenhouses with alternative heat sources are just a few examples of the changes we have made. By creating a collective in the sector, De Zuidplas has managed to secure sustainable relationships and can offer its consumers the total package.
Process optimisation and chain cooperation
Comparing different suppliers is part and parcel of the natural interactions between buyers and sellers. Nursery de Zuidplas strives for an unambiguous, simplified process surrounding bouquets and flowers.
The total package for the modern-day customer
Nursery de Zuidplas sees clearly that today’s customers have a need for a transparent, complete package. Today, applications are made and processed differently than 10, or even 5 years ago. For entrepreneurs, every year is another opportunity to improve current processes.
"Transparent communication is paramount in this new form of cooperation."
"Contributing ideas together and profiting together, without damaging the environment."
"Nursery de Zuidplas has implemented sustainable measures to ensure that it can grow high-quality gerberas all year long."
Cooperation is the answer to chain optimisation. In the future, customers will have 1 point of contact for ordering flowers and bouquets without compromising on quality.Questions about our corporate social responsibility?
Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate social responsibility means that organisations want to take responsibility for social issues such as air pollution and climate change. From its very beginnings, Nursery de Zuidplas has focused on optimising and improving processes.
The influence of regulations on business activities
Nurseries have to deal with very strict Dutch and European laws and regulations, for which they are audited every year. The sector is rapidly becoming more sustainable thanks to new technologies and developments.
Sustainable organisations are the future
A sustainable environment that will be an appealing place to live, work and relax in the future. That is what the Zuidplas area is working on. Assisted by modern technologies and developments, Nursery de Zuidplas can speed up the road to sustainability.
Overall development of the Zuidplas and Moerkapelle areas
Strict regulations and increased awareness among suppliers and customers now have a positive influence on requirements for the nursery site and the greenhouses themselves. All business processes take into account the surrounding area, employees and the environment.