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Our goal is to provide you with the quality insurance coverages and risk management your greenhouse business needs to meet today’s challenges. By partnering with us, we work with you together to reduce losses, operate a safe business, and provide prompt claim settlements. With more than 80 years of experience in the horticultural industry, our knowledgeable experts deliver real value that drive positive change. Hagelunie is part of the Achmea Group, one of the largest players in the Dutch insurance market.

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Rebuilding after storm Ciaràn

French Grower's Swift Progress through Collaboration

In November 2023, storm Ciaràn hit the Brest area in Brittany, France, damaging many greenhouses and crops. About 100 tomato and strawberry farmers from the Saveol cooperative had big losses. But they collaborated closely to fix things fast. Their ability to bounce back shows how powerful teamwork can be, even in tough times.

Hagelunie Shines at SIVAL 2024 in Angers, France

The event in the field of specialty crops

The Sival trade show aims to "promote solutions that respond to the need for more sustainable agriculture, in line with major environmental and social issues." This fair focuses on the latest developments in horticulture and plant production, provided a platform for experts to discuss key challenges and explore innovative solutions.


"We can't wait until 2040 to transition away from gas"

Dutch Strawberry Grower Marcel Dings of Brookberries Urges Early Action on Gas Phaseout

Dutch greenhouse horticulture has the ambition to become climate neutral by 2040. Marcel himself has already taken many measures. He shared his experience and vision of the future with us.

Ensuring Fire Safety with Sandwich Panels

Make the right choices before construction

Quality and continuity go hand in hand. Everyone knows greenhouse businesses that have experienced a fire or other business damage. You then see that the consequences can be severe. Short circuits, lighting problems, and disruptions from the lighting installation are the main causes of fires in the greenhouse sector, with flammable screen cloths acting as potential spreaders. Read our tips on how to deal with risks.

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