Paardekooper launches project for sustainable production of flower sleeves in Kosovo

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Paardekooper is collaborating on a new project with Kivo. After months of preparation, the first flower sleeve machines have arrived at the production site in Kosovo. Last week, a special team traveled to Kosovo to initiate production. Already on the second day, the first flower sleeves were produced, marking the start of the project.

“The launch of this project with Kivo marks a significant milestone for Paardekooper on our journey towards a more sustainable future,” said Edwin Vanlaerhoven, Managing Director of Paardekooper’s Horti division. “In line with our recently launched sustainability report, we are excited to take further steps towards sustainability. This project clearly illustrates our efforts to reduce our ecological impact and encourages sustainable initiatives. We are constantly seeking ways to make our operations more sustainable and efficient. By choosing production in Kosovo, closer to home, we not only reduce our ecological footprint, but also support local communities and create new opportunities.”

A Range of Benefits
“By bringing production closer to home, we reduce ecological impact and promote sustainable practices. This allows us to deliver high-quality flower sleeves that meet the strictest standards, thanks to the combined expertise of Paardekooper and Kivo. Additionally, we support local economies and create new employment opportunities by producing in Kosovo. The proximity of the production facility also enables us to offer our customers faster delivery times and increased flexibility.”

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