for Dutch Horti Sector & Structural transformation improvement China
what does China want; what China misses; what China got; what China can do
Professional transformation to modern horticulture and safe food on a large scale.
Self-sufficiency in the new industry in order to be able to meet (imposed) demand, reduce the cost price and aspire to a new export position
Long-term cooperation with the Netherlands and investing in horticulture
Stay in charge of national industries and export positions
Take food responsibility
Quality and control in production and distribution
Modern horticulture is used to raise the flower and plant industry in general
Create better jobs in agriculture
#1.What does China want
With adjustments in current industry, it can be scaled up quickly
Students and talents with basic knowledge who are put to work in the new horticulture and receive additional training
Aging population in the horticultural sector
Concealed financial support for horticultural farmers
Powerful incubators with effective networks in governments, institutes, universities to shape, implement and develop developments constructively and quickly.
A horticultural transforming national interest.
#3.What does China have
Experience, knowledge training and the functional basis to transform horticulture yourself
References for market forces within the financing system; better guarantee models are a condition for thorough (government) investments
Governments that need to innovate do not know what modern horticulture is and what it entails.
The extra capacity of the Dutch horticultural niche industry
Follow-up within the current horticultural model
Modern chain from production to sales
Create horticulture industry yourself with cooperation and innovation to the Dutch level
Industry and work models where; - all horticultural specialties together design a correct production machine (greenhouse) - whether quality and safety is guaranteed from seed to product in the store - business and operational parties are responsible for sound and controlled production
Better-matched training and cultivation support for Chinese transformation.
Understanding that business hierarchy in modern horticultural businesses will not lead to successful business according to current Chinese system.
#2.What China misses
Start regulating regional food production based on residue values
Subject sales and distribution to higher requirements
Actually reducing current production methods and simultaneously scaling up in modern production
Implement area transformation from poor food production to safe food production
Give horticulture the Netherlands a safe position for cooperation to improve its own industry and sector
Initiate projects and set quality requirements; set up a Chinese Standard based on the Dutch model