Hightech Simplicity

Havatec is the (international) supplier of grading, bunching and handling machines for the cut flower industry. Havatec delivers turn-key cut flower projects based on low, mid and high tech concepts. These various levels of technique provide solutions for any flower company and yields high returns. Havatec has specialized herself in mechanical solutions combined with in-house software development. The methods of grading are x-ray based techniques, color cameras and infra-red rays. The necessary science is deep rooted within the Havatec personnel, providing the distinctive innovation urge Havatec has become known for. Some of the cutting flowers that are processed on the Havatec concepts are: Chrysanthemum, Sprayrose, Gerbera, Tulip, Alstroemeria, Carnation, Zantedeschia (Calla), Lily and many more.
Summerflowers growers visiting Havatec factory
Last week we had a successful meeting with a large number of Summerflowers growers. This meeting was held at the new Havatec factory. This flower processing machine builder was given time to show growers their new findings and growers really had the time to ..
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Winner of the Innovation Award 2019 with the Hyacinth De-bulber 2.0
From 8 to 10 January 2019, Expo Haarlemmermeer will be devoted entirely to the Mechanization Exhibition of Stichting Mechanisatie Tentoonstelling Bollenstreek (SMTB). The mechanization exhibition is a special trade fair that is directly at the start of every year. This year again at Expo Haarlemmermeer near Hoofddorp. On an area
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T-Star Synchro Unit in Greenity blad
Havatec recently launched the T-Star Synchro Unit on the market. "This is part of the Tulipstar, which has been developed stand-alone", says Mark Fikkers, director of Havatec. "This new machine comes in between ..."
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The secret is the hedgehog deleafer
Greenity magazine: Peonies this time of year? Yes, in the Netherlands it is winter, but on the other side of the world it is peony time. Willem Boon and Bert-Jan Hoff have just returned from the southern hemisphere where they have accompanied the peony harvest.
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