Our new corporate identity is gradually taking shape. This morning, the first large flower boxes with the new design left the production line at Smurfit Kappa. We attended the occasion and accepted the first box. With special thanks to Twinpack.
A next step in our CSR approach. Last week, we joined the Floriculture Sustainability Initiative 2020 (FSI2020). It is our joint ambition to see to it that 90% of flowers and plants will be grown and sold sustainably by 2020.
The Verdel car fleet has, in collaboration with Tanco Sign & Print, been extended with a new van in the corporate identity. This image is too beautiful, not to share.
Our new corporate clothing is now in use. As from this month, our colleagues in the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy and Denmark can be recognised by their black jackets and shirts with the new Verdel logo. With special thanks to Westland Workwear.
May 27th , the Danish BLOMSTER magazine celebrated its 100th anniversary in Copenhagen. Verdel and its flowers presented themselves at this event.
In October 2016, we organised a raffle for Danish florists. The prize: a visit to the Netherlands. In April, the winners visited our company and some flower-growers. The programme ended with a visit to Keukenhof.
From now on, you can also find us on LinkedIn. Follow the Verdel LinkedIn group, so that our updates appear in your timeline.
Verdel launches its new website and corporate identity.
Verdel delegation travels to Kenia to visit growers, talk about long term cooperation and explore new varieties.
Verdel & Picnic introduce their collaboration.