Danish Ellepot celebrates 30 years in business

Danish Ellepot, a global supplier of the integrated Ellepot Propagation System, is celebrating its 30th anniversary in business. What started as a small, family-owned machine producer named Ellegaard has transformed into a re-branded, innovative company that counts 20 distributing partners and thousands of customers worldwide.

The Ellepot System is designed to eliminate the use of single-use plastic pots and help growers produce better quality plants, thus minimizing wasted resources. With the changing climate and demand for truly green solutions, Ellepot is proud to supply growers all over the world with its propagation technologies.

One of the keys to Ellepot’s success has been the collaboration with partners and growers to co-develop solutions for different segments and crop types, allowing them to reach a larger audience within each segment. Ellepot customer cases base cases, comparing the old and the new systems, have been instrumental in this effort.

“We deeply appreciate the partnerships and relationships we have cultivated on our journey, and we would like to thank our partners and clients for taking part in Ellepot’s success. We look forward to what is coming ahead as we continue growing our wonderful company. I think we owe it to the planet, our environment, and future generations to strive for constant improvement on the sustainable solutions for the world, and we are grateful for our success and remain committed to fulfilling our responsibilities each day,” CEO Lars Steen Pedersen concludes in relation to the anniversary celebration.

For more information:
Lars Steen Pedersen
Tel.: +4521767067
www.ellepot.com www.instagram.com/ellepot_official/ www.linkedin.com/company/3847587/ 

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