Bejo Zaden B.V.

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Description: Bejo Zaden: leading in seeds Specialists worldwide in the food chain choose vegetable seeds from Bejo. A natural choice: Bejo is one of the leading companies in breeding, production, processing and sale of premium quality vegetable seeds and our experience in the seed sector spans more than 100 years. Our assortment of more than 800 different varieties, representing some 45 crops, enables Bejo to offer a comprehensive programme suitable for various markets and climate zones. We translate market demands into vegetable varieties that clearly represent added value for the entire food chain. Constant innovation is the focus and main drive for Bejo's growth. A fascinating company Its international character and the specialised processes within the company combine to make Bejo a fascinating enterprise. Seeds from Bejo are distributed to more than 100 countries via a global network of Bejo companies and dedicated distributors. Bejo employs more than 1000 committed employees. The company features an open, accessible, and innovative culture. Our experts devote their talents to research, seed production, seed processing, logistics and sales. We fully justify our motto: "Bejo, a name that stands for quality". Quality that is proven daily, all over the world. Africa In the area Africa Bejo is working with dedicated distributors. Please contact our head office for information about the distributor in your country and / or other questions. Contact details Mr. Jeroen Koops j.koops@bejo.nlContact Info
Postal Address: Bejo Zaden B.v. P.o. Box 50 1749 ZH Warmenhuizen Tel: +31 226 396162 Netherlands
Physical Location: 1749 ZH WARM HOMES Netherlands
Company Tel: +31 226 396 162
Contact: Mr. Andre Dekker
Fax: 31 226 396 346
Website : www.bejo.com
Country: Netherlands
Language: en
Voting Option: Association/Company outside Africa
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Country: Netherlands
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