China: KropTek opens new production factory in Shenzhen

KropTek, an LED grow light and container farming company, held its new factory opening ceremony in Shenzhen, China on 4th April 2019. Attended by over 50 key investors, suppliers and clients, the ceremony marks a major milestone for KropTek.

Kroptek Leadership Team - from left to right: Wissam Farah, Director and Managing Partner; Jim Coles, Non-Executive Director; Betty Xu, KropTek (ShenZhen) China COO; Steve Edwards, KropTek CEO; Harry Wyndham, Chairman; Salim Halabi, Partner & COO

“Having the ability to manufacture our own products with complete control over design, pricing and quality control has long been a strategic aim for us”, explained CEO Steve Edwards. “We now have the capability to produce all of our own products in-house and meet the demands of our rapidly increasing customer base”.

KropTek has spent several years extensively researching the effects of specific light spectra on plant photosynthesis and has worked with a number of top researchers and agronomists to optimise its product design suite.

The company recently diversified into the container farming business and is currently working with a top UK strawberry producer to optimise their system for high quality, all-year-round, strawberry production.

KropTek’s Head Office is located in the UK and the company has rapidly established itself as a grow light and container farm supplier. With its products in use in the USA, Canada, UK and Europe, the company is targeting a rapid expansion in the use of its high quality, high performance products.

KropTek’s new 2,800 sqm factory is already operational and looking forward to opening doors to more business.

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