New Ownership At Van Veen, Southern Bulbs

New Ownership At Van Veen, Southern Bulbs

 

J.P. van Veen B.V., a Dutch growing operation that specializes in lilies and tulips, recently transferred ownership to Hans Kleijwegt after 40 years of operation as a family business. Kleijwegt also becomes owner of Southern Bulbs, a subsidiary company based in Chile.

Most of Kleijwegt’s experience is with flower bulbs. He was managing director of bulb company Van den Bos, yet resigned from the board of directors to dedicate himself entirely to the management of van Veen and Southern Bulbs. 

Van Veen produces cut flowers in Noorden, and contracts bulb growing out to companies in the Netherlands and France. The transfer of ownership will have no influence on the activities of Van Veen and Southern Bulbs. The names of the companies will remain unchanged after the sale, the companies will still function independently in the same fields of enterprise as before and no permanent employment positions will be lost as a result of the takeover.

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  1. Dear Sir, I am a retired person with more than 35 years experience in Marketing & Sales and do consultancy work now in India to promote business and have a few Indian and foreign clients with whom I have regular correspondence. I am at present doing Data Mining work for M/s Patron Agrisystems,the Netherlands , M/s Global Plastics,the Netherlands , M/sKlik-Agencies.nl and M/s Voltamps,Sydney. My job consists in mainly sourcing prospects in India and help in the appointment of dealers and distributors. I charge a nominal fee of ( the amount i leave to your discretion, say euro 150/-) for my expenses. This amount i charge to work in a systematic way, take instructions from you and talk to you on Skype and incur expenses since i find that based on casual friendship things don't get done. There has to be an obligation to work for you and produce results. You can check on my credentials with Mr.Jeller Boeters , Patron Agrisystems, Mr.Ben Tiebosch, Chairman, M/s Global Plastics,the Netherlands, or with Ian kalo,Chairman, klik-agencies.nl or mr.Sanjeev Kumar, Chairman, Voltamps,Sydney.Though my work is basically sending emails and follow up by phone and sometimes doing some legwork to meet interested clients , yet it fetches results and paves the way for your company establishing in India at a later date. My country's economy is booming and there is considerable scope for your company's HANS KEIJWEGT GREENHOUSES and Agricultural products and Accessories since there are many dealers and distributors , Agricultural Consultants who would like to have association with a foreign company and for Joint Ventures in India. For example, my country with a population of 120 million has easily has huge demand for Agricultural products and there are many distributors who would be interested in taking up distribution of your products in India. There are more than one thousand nurseries in India and the exports of flowers is growing by leaps and bounds. The Central and the state governments in India are giving subsidies for Construction of Green Houses and for modernization of the farm sector. kindly try my services and i am sure i can produce results and prove myself an asset to your organisation. However, kindly note i don't work on commission basis at this age. Thanks, KV Sunderam,(age 65) Consultant, Coimbatore,South india. cell 9789501670.

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