Top 5 Vendors for Greenhouse Horticulture until 2020, by Technavio

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Key vendors to leverage technological advancements to keep pace with the competition in the market

Technavio, a company that develops over 2000 pieces of research every year and covers more than 500 technologies across 80 countries, has announced the top five vendors for the global greenhouse horticulture market in their latest research report. This report also lists 12 other prominent vendors who are expected to contribute to this market’s growth between 2016-2020.

To identify the top vendors, Technavio’s market research analysts have taken into account the revenue generated from the sale of the greenhouse products including glass, plastic, and other materials and services offered in the market.

This Technavio report, under the power vertical, is based on the synthesis, analysis, and interpretation of information about the global greenhouse horticulture market collected from specialized sources. The analysts have derived insights using a mix of primary and secondary research with an aim to provide a holistic picture of the market.

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Competitive vendor landscape

The global market for greenhouse horticulture is highly competitive in nature. The market is characterized by the availability of a wide range of products, making it difficult to provide a detailed depiction of the vendor landscape of the market. Advances in technology such as the shift to bigger greenhouses and advanced environment control, lighting system, and energy management practices is expected to foster the growth the market, which is currently in a nascent stage.

“Rooftop greenhouses are becoming increasingly popular owing to the decline in arable land. Governments and companies across the globe are promoting the installation of greenhouses on rooftops. Nexus Greenhouse Systems are building the rooftop greenhouses for decades in the Americas. The designs are custom made per the space available on the roof. The rise in urban farming has increased the deployment of rooftop greenhouses. This urban farming enables people to grow food locally, which leads to decrease in food miles associated with long-distance food transportation,” says Sayani Roy, a lead analyst at Technavio for power.

Top five vendors in the greenhouse horticulture market space


Dalsem specializes in the field of high-tech horticulture. It develops almost all types of horticultural projects. It designs, manufactures, and installs the greenhouses and the electrical, heating, irrigation, screening, and computer installations. Dalsem’s operations can be categorized into 10 key business segments which include greenhouse construction, greenhouse glazing, greenhouse roof construction, greenhouse ventilation, irrigation, heating boiler system, CO2 production, water decontamination, water shortage, and combined heat power unit.

Key products: Greenhouse horticulture for flowers, pot plants, and vegetables and Venlo greenhouse.

Harnois Greenhouses

Harnois Greenhouses engages in the development, manufacture, and sales of greenhouse structures that contribute to the realization of the horticultural, financial, and environmental goals of its customers globally. Harnois Greenhouses offers a wide range of greenhouse horticulture related solutions. The company provides green structures that are 8, 9, 11, 14, 40, and 16.20 m wide for farmers worldwide. It provides vegetable greenhouses, institutional, and commercial greenhouse structures.

Key products: Greenhouse structures.


Netafim develops and manufactures drip and micro-irrigation systems. Its product offering includes a wide range of drippers, sprinklers, and related irrigation products. The company offers greenhouses to increase profitability by optimizing agronomical factors and technological innovations.

Key products: Greenhouse structures and Greenhouse technology.


Richel manufactures and sells agriculture structures. It functions with five brands namely, Richel Greenhouse, Richel Equipment, Richel Environment, Richel Storage, and Shelterall. The company is involved in horticultural projects for modern growers, investors, and developers worldwide. During 2016, the company launched the 16 m greenhouse, the biggest in the world.

Key products: Greenhouse structures.

Van der Hoeven

Van der Hoeven is involved in horticultural projects for modern growers, investors, and developers worldwide. In February, 2013 the company built solar project in south of France with solar panel locations constructed over 12 locations in France.

Key products: Greenhouse structures and projects (ModulAIR).

Other prominent vendors in this market include Ceres Greenhouse Solutions, Certhon, Hort Americas, Rough Brothers, Trinog-xs (Xiamen) Greenhouse Tech, VEK Adviesgroep, Ethics Agrotech, Trellis Horticulture, Param Greenhouses, Saveer Biotech Limited, CMF Group, and Hortimax.

A more detailed analysis is available in the Technavio report, Global Greenhouse Horticulture Market 2016-2020. Technavio also customizes reports by other regions and specific segments upon request.

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