HORCONEX is an international supplier of complete horticulture projects. France is the company's home market. The latest developments in the field of horticulture are applied and conceived at our subsidiary in Naaldwijk, Westland (the epicentre of innovation in greenhouse horticulture).
Much has changed since the company started in 1986. Today, HORCONEX has a team of specialists and professionals available at its Brest and Nantes subsidiaries in France.
In line with its ambition to grow internationally, HORCONEX has expanded significantly in the European market during the past 30 years. In addition to France and the Netherlands, we deliver complete horticulture projects in the following countries:
Please contact us if you would like more information about what HORCONEX can do for your business.
Personal attention and good service are basic elements of doing business with HORCONEX. That many find this a pleasant approach is proven by the large number of customers that have traded with HORCONEX for generations. So it is hardly surprising that this is a recurrent and important theme in the history and development of our company and still shapes how we do business today. Among other things, this has resulted in:
The company's desire to always offer the best solutions to customers has led to the creation of specialist in-house departments. With dedicated departments for greenhouse construction, screens, greenhouse heating and cropgutters, HORCONEX has all of the expertise required under one roof. As a result, HORCONEX is capable of delivering complete horticulture projects and can answer all of your questions and satisfy all of your information needs in these fields.
Local storage facilities
Horconex has local storage facilities in various countries. Because we hold large stocks of materials in these depots, we are able to offer fast service in the event of damage, (emergency) repairs and for maintenance work. This keeps disruptions for customers to a minimum and allows us to continue to collaborate optimally with you after initial delivery of the greenhouses.