Groenland launches e-commerce company e•bloom
Groenland joins Circular Plastics Alliance.
Monique Heemskerk appointed as Managing Director Celieplant.
Start construction of the "Flower Tower", an apartment complex for temporary housing of employees.
Groenland joins FSI (Floriculture Sustainability Initiative).
Groenland acquires a Swedish company, Spira Blommor.
Mark Wiersma appointed as Financial Director at Groenland.
Marco van der Vegt appointed as General Director at Bloominess.
John Celie celebrates 25 years of entrepreneurship.
Provisional environmental permit for the construction of migrant accommodation at Japanlaan 9-11 in Greenpark Aalsmeer.
2,420 solar panels (>600,000 KWh per year) taken into use, Japanlaan 5-7.
Cardboard baler and disposal belt introduced at Bouquetnet.
Bloominess relocates from Kudelstaart to Japanlaan 5-7 in Greenpark Aalsmeer.
Collaboration with Green2B ends.
First column erected on new company building at Japanlaan 5-7 in Greenpark Aalsmeer.
24,000 sq. m. of land acquired at Japanlaan in Greenpark Aalsmeer.
Greenpackers Bloominess launched.
New entries in the Hillenraad 100.
Acquisition of Floribizz activities and launch of Greenpackers Bouquetnet.
Acquisition of Bloominess.
Collaboration with Green2B starts.
Acquisition of GreenChain.
2.140 solar panels (>500.000 KwH per year) taken into use, Japanlaan 15-17.
Start of Collaboration with Butters in the UK.
Peter Janmaat becomes Commercial Director at Bouquetnet & Celieplant.
All shares in Bouquetnet acquired from Robert F. Zurel.
Relocation from Noordammerweg in Amstelveen to Japanlaan 15-17 in Aalsmeer.
Florimark & ISO 9001:2008 certification.
Construction starts on new company building at Japanlaan in Aalsmeer.
22,000 sq. m. of land acquired at Japanlaan 15-17 in Greenpark Aalsmeer.
Collaboration with Bouquetnet starts.
Groenland B.V. launches after acquiring Celieplant shares from Dutch Flower Group.