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(toe)leveranciers glastuinbouw

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Nederland is een echt tuinbouwland met ruim 10.000 hectare aan kassen. Nieuwe technieken rondom kassenbouw verfijnen zich. Met kassenbouw in Nederland is jaarlijks ruwweg 150 tot 200 miljoen euro gemoeid. Nederlandse kassenbouwers voorzien ook in veel landen in de behoefte aan goede kassen voor de productie van groenten en bloemen. Maar liefst 80 procent van alle glazen kassen die momenteel buiten Europa in gebruik zijn, is afkomstig uit Nederland, aldus TNO. Bedrijven verwachten dat dit in de komende jaren nog fors zal stijgen, maar dat de productie voornamelijk in Nederland zal blijven plaatsvinden.

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Kassenbouwbedrijven zijn altijd op zoek naar mensen die kennis en ervaring hebben als werkvoorbereider, servicemonteur, calculator, CAD-tekenaar of MIG/MAG lasser. Bij werkvoorbereider moet u denken aan het uitvoeren van constructieberekeningen, het uitwerken van planontwerp tot werktekeningen, begeleiding van projecten, uittrekken van materiaalstaten en het voorbereiden van bestellingen. Maar ook het voeren van overleg met leveranciers en onderaannemers.
Denk bij servicemonteur aan werkzaamheden als het plegen van onderhoud aan de systemen binnen kassen, zoals: druppelaars, warmte kracht installaties, elektro / water.

Wist u dat?.... * De Nederlandse kassenbouw geperfectioneerd en ver doorgevoerd is op het gebied van technische innovaties. En; * fors insteekt op ‘duurzaamheid’

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Vervaardiging machines en werktuigen land- en bosbouw

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Nederlandse bedrijven die gespecialiseerd zijn in de vervaardiging van machines en werktuigen werken met snelle en complexe technologieën. Waarom? Omdat de gehele Nederlandse agrarische sector volop in beweging is, en machines en werktuigen spelen daar een grote rol in.…...

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