For Gerbera only
Gerberas are delicate flowers that require special care during transportation if they are to arrive in good condition. Being dry-packed in boxes with the flower heads well protected prevents the petals being damaged, but there is a risk that the stems and flowers will become limp. Packed in bunches in auction buckets with water prevents the stems and flowers becoming limp, but often results in the flowers being damaged. The solution is a Pagter Innovations gerbera packaging systems that protect the flower heads while ensuring the stems are in water.
Pagter Innovations offers two gerbera packaging systems:
• Procona gerbera packaging;
• The Gerona gerbera packaging.
The basis of the Procona gerbera packaging is the Procona system’s Florida container. Several types of cardboard interior are available.
The basis of the Gerona gerbera packaging system is a box made of cardboard or plastic. An auction bucket can also be used as a base. The Gerona interiors, which are made of plastic, provide the flowers with maximum protection. All the types of cardboard interior can also be used with the Gerona system.
By combining different components you can create the ideal packaging for your situation and purpose.
Advantages of the Gerona system
1. Fast insertion
Simply slide the flowers sideways into the interior
1. Fast insertion Flowers can be inserted during picking
2. Protected heads
Flower heads are perfectly supported in plastic cups with rounded edges
2. Protected heads Flower heads are protected
4. Stems always in water
No limp stems or flowers on arrival and no splash marks on petals
4. Stems always in water No splashing onto flower heads