Gediflora

Gediflora is a global player when it comes to the breeding and propagation of ball-shaped chrysanthemums. The wide range of exclusive breeds and families is known under the brand name ‘Belgian Mums’.

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Gediflora is ‘most staff-friendly company’ of West Flanders

20th May 2019
 

Gediflora has been chosen by Unizo as the “most staff-friendly company” in our province. Together with four other provincial laureates, we competed for the national title. That honorary title eventually went to marketing agency NMG from Aarschot in Flemish Brabant. The competition was launched by Unizo on the Day of…

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World market puts different cultures in the spotlight 14th May 2019 learn more →
 
Meet the sales 16th April 2019 learn more →
 
Behind the scenes: working as efficiently as possible on a very large scale 27th March 2019 learn more →
 
Gediflora joins the fight against plastic pollution 18th February 2019 learn more →
World market puts different cultures in the spotlight 14th May 2019

The Gediflora team consists of a multicultural group of 40 permanent employees and 40 seasonal workers. There is a wide diversity of cultures at the workfloor: 8 Turkish men, 3 Polish employees, a Chechen colleague, a Dutch and an American representative. To highlight this diversity, we organized a global market…

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Meet the sales 16th April 2019

Gediflora seeks to create added value for its customers by offering them a high-quality product from a unique and extensive range along with a far-reaching service and mutual trust. Of course this is a ‘team-effort’, although an introduction to the sales team shows that Vincent, René and Bernard are raising…

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Behind the scenes: working as efficiently as possible on a very large scale 27th March 2019

Always on the look-out for operating as efficiently as possible on a very large scale   After breeding and propagation, the Belgian ball-shaped chrysanthemums are shipped back from Kenia and Brazil to Oostnieuwkerke (Belgium).  There is no sign of colour or smell at this stage, because the cuttings are barely…

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Gediflora joins the fight against plastic pollution 18th February 2019

As a company firmly committed to sustainability, Gediflora is contributing positively to the protection of the environment and society…. Examples of initiatives taken by Gediflora so far include its solar panels, collection and reuse of waste water, and the use of residual heat from a local heating network. This impressive…

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