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11 Trends that will affect the Ecuadorian roses industry over the 10 years

As a flower trader it can be easier to prepare a strategy when we are aware of what the future will hold, of course there is no Crystal ball for this. Our best bet is to have a clear vision of what the trend is. With this idea in mind I have put toghether these 11 main topics that I believe will dominate the flower industry for years to come.  Above you will find what I think are the key trends that will define the flower industry over the next years, are you preparing your long term business strategy accordinly?

Cargolux adds Quito to its network improving ecuadorian roses shipping

Cargolux Airlines has inaugurated scheduled all-cargo services to Quito on 2 July 2017. All four weekly Cargolux flights, that originate in Luxembourg and operate through Curitiba, Viracopos and Mexico respectively, before arrival in Quito, connect Ecuador’s capital to Amsterdam, Luxembourg and beyond. The direct services from Quito offer Cargolux customers an improved product and logistics set-up with scheduled all-cargo flights. This will for sure improve the flow of Ecuadorian Roses to the rest of the world.

Ecuador: A tour of the world's biggest calla grower now also growing ecuadorian roses

Sande Flowers is a Dutch flower farm based in Guayllabamba, Ecuador which is located 30 minutes outside of the Capital city of Quito.

NL: Mother's Day sales better than last few years

Mother's Day saw a lot of action, extra turnover and relatively high prices at wholesalers in flowers and plants, a huge improvement compared to the last few years. According to industry organization VGB, it really was peak sales. 

Dutch peony season about to break loose

The Dutch peony season is about to start. Stems now entering the market are mostly produced in plastic tunnels and unheated greenhouses, but soon open field production will take off. The video below, produced by Dutch breeding and propagation company Green-Works, shows the crop about to burst into colors.

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