In collaboration with the Thiedemann brothers at Beeren Brüder, Ridder Drive Systems and Van der Valk Horti Systems, Meteor Systems has recently completed a Mini-Air project that allows crops to be grown under plastic covers outdoors. Beeren Brüder is an organic nursery with generations of expertise in cultivating strawberries, raspberries and blackberries. The family business is run by Klaus and Frank Thiedemann and is located in the municipality Oesterwurth in the German district of Dithmarschen.
What our customers say
Curios what customers think of Meteor Systems? Read some references below.
"I really enjoy working with Meteor. We both have an equal share in the development, but we each contribute in our own specialist field. And that's another thing I like about working with Meteor."
"My priority is reliability, which is why I opted for Meteor Systems."
"I had heard from other growers that Meteor Systems' cultivation systems are easy to use, efficient and good quality."
"Having had so much success growing on gutters, I switched completely to Meteor Systems' products and systems."
More than 25 years ago, Arnoud van Asseldonk set up Het Broek Softfruit to grow strawberries, raspberries and blueberries. Het Broek Softfruit is located in Veghel in North Brabant. Besides growing fruit, the company also sells strawberry, raspberry and blackberry young plants.
Meteor Systems has a branch in China since 2019. Juny Xu, our local colleague, helps customers in China to develop and build their own cultivation companies. One example is the Baiyi Group. Part of their range of enterprise is managing large retail and horticultural businesses in Western China. The company was established in 1992 in Linxia and has opted for the innovative cultivation solutions from Meteor Systems.
Thwan van Gennip is a family business based in Lierop, in the Dutch province of Noord Brabant, and supplies international customers with high-quality strawberry, asparagus, raspberry and blackberry plants.
De Kruidenaer has its headquarters in Etten-Leur, in the Dutch province of Noord Brabant, and grows several types of herbs, as well as lettuce and sweet peppers. The total surface area of its greenhouses covers about 32.5 hectares. This makes them one of the Netherlands' largest growers of leafy vegetables and herbs.