Marjoland pursues optimal collaboration with customers and buyers. Marjoland auctions its products on the clock daily, at all Royal FloraHolland locations in the Netherlands, in Germany, at the auction Rhein-Maas, and at Plantion Ede. Via Connect, we supply all these auctions. In addition, we provide day transport to Aalsmeer, Naaldwijk, and Rijnsburg.
The colorful Marjoland assortment consists of roses varying from a bright white Dolomiti, and soft toned Lovely Dolomiti to the dark Red Naomi! to the cheerful Jumilia, and Penny Lane.
Twice a day, the roses are clipped to be able to sort them on ripeness as good as possible. Subsequently, the roses are cooled to 4 degrees, to take the speed out of the growth process. Each rose is inspected manually, after which the sorting machine sorts them by length, thickness, and ripeness. Subsequently, they are sleeved and put on water. When lengths vary, a carton collar is used to protect the roses as well as possible before they proceed to transport.
Marjoland has the ambition to work with respect for people, nature, and the environment. With demonstrably transparent MPS-A certification, we contribute to making the entire chain more sustainable. In addition to this, Marjoland has the certificate Global G.A.P with GRASP.
A Family Business
Marjoland is built around the Van den Nouweland family: father, mother, son, daughter, two uncles, an aunt, and a cousin. They are all involved in the development of the company. Together with the employees of Marjoland, the Van den Nouweland family pursues a great working atmosphere, in which the strong standards and values of the family are central.
The open culture offers everyone the opportunity to develop. Marjoland aims to be a social and transparent company that shares knowledge with others. At the same time, employees are encouraged to provide solutions, in doing so, creating more engagement. This way, Marjoland allows people to grow.