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Project Maasland - Netherlands
Prins Group has build a new greenhouse project including a warehouse with interior for a Pot Plant grower. The project is in total 1.3 hectare. The roof of the greenhouse is covered by diffuse glass, while the side wall is covered by sandwich panels. Prins Group also supplies and assembles three inside screen installations, and one outside screen which is including horizontal and vertical installations.Find out more
Project Honselersdijk – Netherlands
In the Netherlands, Prins Group has built a new greenhouse project of approximately 4.7 hectare for Pot Plant cultivation. In which around 5,000 m² of the structure is designed as a processing area. This processing area is completely covered in the sandwich panels. The remaining 4.2 hectares will be used as cultivation greenhouse.Find out more
The Project is located in Belgium. This green plant greenhouse project is 20.000 m². The project is equipped with diffuse glass on the roof and a special device to the construction, which allows an advanced plant treatment system to run through the greenhouse.Find out more
Prins has built 2 phases for the Germany project, in total around 30000 m2.
The project is venlo greenhouse with aluminum gutters. The roof of the greenhouse is covered with high transmissivity diffuse glass. Double roof screen system is designed for the client, to serve the purpose of energy saving and shading.Find out more
To supply the local market with fresh and high quality Leafy Greens, the client has decided to build a Venlo glass greenhouse in Slovakia.
Ventilation windows mounted alternate at each side of the ridge, and all equipped with insect nettings. Walls fitted with 16 mm polycarbonate and partly fitted with 40 mm insulated panels.
Double roof-screen system are necessary for this project, which is for the purposes of sun shading and energy saving. Vertical roll screens are also installed on the walls, to save more energy and keep a stable growing climate inside the greenhouse.Find out more