After good results in the UK, Flamingo takes the next step with OptiBoost

27 September 2022 - 10:00

Flamingo International Group plans to sell OptiBoosted cut flowers through several selected retailers in the UK. After evaluating the OptiBoost technology for 5 months, they are now entering a new phase where the technology will be tested commercially.

In March 2022, OptiCept signed an evaluation agreement with Flamingo International Group for the treatment of cut flowers with OptiBoost. After good results, it is now decided to proceed with the commercial test phase. The next step is a commercial test on the British market through the sale of treated roses in selected stores. After that, discussions will begin regarding the implementation of OptiBoost on an even more extensive scale.

“We are developing OptiBoost completely according to plan and are now taking the first step in the commercial introduction. We have a very good collaboration with Flamingo and good hopes for continued success", says Thomas Lundqvist, CEO of Opticept Technologies

Flamingo International Group is one of the world's largest players in the flower industry and is, among other things, a dealer to some of the UK's largest grocery chains and florists as well as many international customers.

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OptiCept Technologies AB
OptiCept is engaged in providing technology and machinery for the food and plant industry that impacts in terms of sustainability, quality, and efficiency. It provides methods and machines for treating postharvest products like cut flowers and cuttings as well as food products like fruits and vegetables....
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