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Stolze and AIS Greenworks sign strategic partnership

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Both family-owned businesses, Stolze and AIS Greenworks have decades of experience in greenhouse automation, heating, cooling, lighting, irrigation, fertigation, growing systems and high-pressure fog. The goal is to offer a complete technical and spare parts service (Stolze is a Priva Full Service Partner) to all customers in Australasia.

Stolze is a worldwide known specialist in the field of heating, electrical and irrigation technology, grow lights, Priva automation and climate control for modern horticulture. Located in The Netherlands since 1969, Stolze has implemented many high-end horticultural projects internationally in the 50 years since. The company has established long and solid relationships with partners and clients providing essential service and support to the fresh produce, floriculture and medical cannabis industries. They are positioned across East and West Europe, Canada, the Middle East, Mexico and Central America. Now, together with AIS Greenworks there is a strong and effective presence in the Oceania region.

AIS Greenworks is one of the five divisions of Australian-owned ICI Industries along with Irribiz, Custom Built Stainless, IBIS Controls and Blue Bucket. Together they provide solutions to the Australian agricultural, horticultural and hydroponic industries. AIS Greenworks is an experienced greenhouse engineering company specialized in designing, supplying, installing and servicing the mechanical, hydraulic, automation, irrigation and growing systems required for commercial greenhouses.

More information
www.aisgreenworks.com.au
www.stolze.nl/en/

Photo cutline:
Henry Bosman with AIS Greenworks and Theo Stolze with Stolze.

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