Hoving Holland, a well-known producer of machines for composting installations, celebrates this month its 90th anniversary.
The company was founded in 1930 and started as a local cartwright. Shortly after the World War II, Hoving Holland started the production of transporters (loading systems) for agricultural and industrial purposes. In the mid-seventies they came in contact with a mushroom grower who required several logistic innovations. From that moment on the company became more and more involved in the mushroom business.
In recent years the company has grown considerably. The company has more than doubled its production facilities and the workforce (70) has also grown. Meanwhile the fourth generation of the Hoving family is becoming involved in the company in different functions. “In addition, quality always comes first, as well as for the products as the after-sales. We aim for a steady, stable growth and focus on optimizing and extending the lifetime of our machinery. “Hoving Holland can look back on a rich history of successes and would like to thank everybody who is involved in making this achievement possible. On to the 100th anniversary..!”
Photo: Third and fourth generation Hoving.