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Now – 2015

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Investment in growth

P van Dam is ready for the future! In addition to its current markets, the company also focuses on expansion to new markets and countries, allowing P van Dam to increasingly strengthen its position as leading supplier of cut flowers and pot plants.

In 2015, Richard Koenen has joined P van Dam. Together with Leon van Dam and Patrick van Dam, he is in charge of the future course of the company. Supported by a growing team of specialists and the latest technologies, we keep improving our services to customers. On commercial level with the best web shop including live product images, on logistical level with our state of the art internal logistics procedures and control systems but also on quality level by handling and processing cut flowers in a temperature controlled space.

2014 - 1996

A leap forward to maturity

The continued shift of cultivation activities to foreign countries was a clear sign for P van Dam to act upon. Therefore, Leon took over the daily management of the company, while Piet focused all his efforts on importing cut flowers from Spain. The following years marked the leading position of P van Dam in the imports of Spanish flowers. When the Italian production areas started to develop, Piet expanded his coverage to include this market and soon he was able to add Italian flowers to his portfolio. It was only a matter of time before he had set up a partnership with the Italian cooperation Del Golfo and together they are still the leading companies in cut flower imports from Italy.

The second milestone in import activities was the direct import of cut flowers – mainly Ecuadorian roses and gypsophila at the time – from South America. This set up allowed P van Dam to supply many other companies with South American flowers through its daughter company D&B.

 

2013 - 1973

How it all began…

In 1973, Piet van Dam, who was a vegetable vendor at the time, decided to try his luck in flowers. It only made sense to stay close at home and start in Belgium. This is exactly what Piet did and in the years to come, he built up his business into one of the biggest exporters on the Belgian market. Only one thing mattered according to Piet: “Make sure that your customers are happy by supplying them with the highest quality flowers against competitive prices!”