Vermako plastic greenhouses has 25 years of experience in the production, construction and assembly of plastic greenhouses, without restrictions in width or length. We are a dynamic company that counts on its experience combined with enthousiasm, flexibility and passion. Vermako forms a strong team that is motivated to continuously improve its product and is able to deliver high quality greenhouses which are tailored to the needs of our customers. This is where we stand today, a company specialised in metal construction, offering its product, made to size, to customers worldwide.

Company details

Careelstraat 11 , TIELT , 8700 Belgium

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Agriculture - Horticulture
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

The production is managed and done by Vermako, which allows us to guarantee a perfect execution of a project with respect for leadtime and level of quality.

For the assembly of the greenhouses, we use our own means, we have our own machine park, for which we organise the transport and the delivery of the materials.

We can also offer tailored solutions in case you choose to build your own greenhouse.

Vermako Plastic Greenhouses started out of the interest in construction and technique by its founder and owner Jacques Maes.

Because the winter months on the farm were usually less busy, he started looking for an alternative to overcome the quite months. At first he contructed a greenhouse for himself, enabling earlier growth of salad and strawberries.

The next year he built another greenhouse, but this time for a friend farmer... and so it continued... the company grew steadily and in 2001 the first sales representative joined the company.

The Belgian market was slowing down, but there were opportunities across the border. Projects in France, the Netherlands and Germany followed quickly.

Our international customers, who had started investing across the borders of Europe, requested us to build models suitable for export. We took up the challenge and exported the first greenhouse to Ethiopia in 2005. Not much later other projects followed in Turkey, Tunisia, El Salvador, Equador, Czech Republic, Tenerife, Spain, …