Bayer CropScience Vegetable Seeds

'Develop climate chambers to get the maximum yield from the right treatment of seeds'

New R&D centre for Bayer CropScience

Delivery
December 2012
Place
Nunhem
Customer
Bayer CropScience

Cultivate vegetable seeds under very uniform conditions that can be very accurately defined, reproduced and repeated. And in that way safeguard the company’s leading position in the market. This is why Bayer CropScience Vegetable Seeds (formerly Nunhems Netherlands) commissioned ENGIE Refrigeration to fit out its Seed Technology R&D department with new climate chambers. And with those high-quality climate chambers for seed technology research, the R&D centre is now equipped for the future.

Trend-setting

Bayer CropScience Vegetable Seeds in Nunhem (municipality of Leudal) in the Dutch province of Limburg is one of the world’s largest suppliers of vegetable seeds. The company is a subsidiary of Bayer CropScience. 

The range of seeds is huge: 28 crops and around 2,500 species. This market is developing very quickly, and in order to continue innovating, Bayer CropScience Vegetable Seeds decided to build a new R&D centre.

Joint expertise

Based on a business relationship lasting many years, ENGIE was asked to realise fourteen climate chambers. In close cooperation with Bayer CropScience Vegetable Seeds, ENGIE Refrigeration developed climate chambers based on the latest technologies. That led to joint expertise to get the maximum yield from the professional processing of seeds. The process uses the latest technology to achieve a uniform distribution of light, humidity and temperature. ENGIE used the very latest technologies in the fourteen climate chambers (such as remote operation) to ensure that the conditions are always constant but can also be defined, reproduced and repeated accurately.

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