Structures Company Expanding Into North America

V&V Agricultural Greenhouses, a Dutch structures company with responsibilities throughout Europe, plans to expand its business into North America. V&V specializes in complete turnkey glass greenhouse projects worldwide, and it will build the greenhouse right through to the supply and installation of all technical systems.

Gord Bonisteel will direct the company’s expansion into North America.

Greenhouse structures, glass and aluminum extrusions are all produced at V&V, which can provide standard Venlo glass greenhouses with sizes of 8, 9.6 and 12.8 meters. V&V will also fulfill custom orders, and it will make sure construction is perfectly configured and in line with local standards.

For more information on V&V Agricultural Greenhouses, click here. Or, check out the V&V booth at Horti Fair.

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4 comments on “Structures Company Expanding Into North America

  1. Dear sirs ,
    We have many clients for you now :
    1- Mr. Latify – Tehran – 5000 m2 – Rose Cut flowers
    2- Mr. Latify – Hamedan – 15000 m2 – Vegetables and cut flowers
    3- Mr. Latify and Dr. Piri – Hamedan – 40000 m2 – Rose cut flowers and
    pomodor ( Tomato )
    4- Mr. Moradi – Kermanshah – 7000 m2 – Pomodore ( Tomato )

    They want to pay you in usance L.C not Sight L.C for 16 – 18 monts .but you will give your money because they know many good financers for this . you don’t worry .

    They need to your offer for first , then after checking your offers
    they need to your performa invoices .
    We can pay you ( Finance ) from italy , Dubai or dutchland or … banks .
    SENDING TO ME YOUR GENERAL CATALOGUES BY DHL VERY SOON PLEASE ( 7 of each ) .

    Contact us very soon please .

    Best regards ,
    Siavash ariannia
    BARAN KHAK Co.
    Mobile phone : 00989127988004
    Tel / Fax ; 0098 21 22430704

  2. I am an MSc. student in Agricultural and Bioresource Engineering in Wageningen University and Research Center. I am now towards finishing my taught courses. I am very interested in Greenhouse Technology and wants to persue both my thesis and internship in the field. Is that possible to do it in your company? I believe I have gained enough background to to contribute something to your company.
    Regards
    Haregot Haile Zerom

  3. Dear sirs ,
    We have many clients for you now :
    1- Mr. Latify – Tehran – 5000 m2 – Rose Cut flowers
    2- Mr. Latify – Hamedan – 15000 m2 – Vegetables and cut flowers
    3- Mr. Latify and Dr. Piri – Hamedan – 40000 m2 – Rose cut flowers and
    pomodor ( Tomato )
    4- Mr. Moradi – Kermanshah – 7000 m2 – Pomodore ( Tomato )

    They want to pay you in usance L.C not Sight L.C for 16 – 18 monts .but you will give your money because they know many good financers for this . you don’t worry .

    They need to your offer for first , then after checking your offers
    they need to your performa invoices .
    We can pay you ( Finance ) from italy , Dubai or dutchland or … banks .
    SENDING TO ME YOUR GENERAL CATALOGUES BY DHL VERY SOON PLEASE ( 7 of each ) .

    Contact us very soon please .

    Best regards ,
    Siavash ariannia
    BARAN KHAK Co.
    Mobile phone : 00989127988004
    Tel / Fax ; 0098 21 22430704

  4. I am an MSc. student in Agricultural and Bioresource Engineering in Wageningen University and Research Center. I am now towards finishing my taught courses. I am very interested in Greenhouse Technology and wants to persue both my thesis and internship in the field. Is that possible to do it in your company? I believe I have gained enough background to to contribute something to your company.
    Regards
    Haregot Haile Zerom

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