New N. American offices of Dümmen Orange
July 19, 2016 By Dümmen Orange
July 19, 2016, Columbus, OH – Along with representatives from the local community, the Dümmen Orange team recently celebrated the official opening of their new North America headquarters with a reception.
The office, located on the sixth floor of the 250 S. High building in downtown Columbus, was recently relocated from a smaller office in nearby Hilliard. The move to 250 S. High supports the company’s vision to be integrated into a vibrant and inspiring community, and provides a bright, modern workspace for the approximately 30 employees whose ambition it is to live and work in Columbus.
Perry Wismans, managing partner for Dümmen Orange, shared his insights on the significance of the move.
“Here in Columbus, we now have a superb new office of which we can be proud and that will assist us in providing a great customer service experience. Thank you for your support in making Dümmen Orange a part of the downtown Columbus community.”
Local community leaders attending included Kristen Boggs, State Representative, Don DePerro, president of the Chamber of Commerce, and Cleve Ricksecker, executive director of the Capital Crossroads.
Dümmen Orange has proudly partnered with local organizations including the Columbus Museum of Art, Franklin Park Conservatory, Fashion Week Columbus, the Short North Alliance and PlaceMakes.
Dümmen Orange is a leading company in breeding and development of annuals, perennials, potted plants, succulents and cut flowers. Employing more than 6,000 people worldwide, turnover in 2015 was around US $200 million.
In addition to a large marketing and sales network, Dümmen Orange has a strong network of production locations. The key to the success of Dümmen Orange is a wide and deep product range supported by a global supply chain.
The company embraces its social responsibility and invests in the health, safety and personal development of its employees.
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