Cultilene is an expert that inspires greenhouse growers to grow crops sustainably with clever water and root management. We offer innovative solutions to maximise production of top quality food using as little water and energy as possible. We do this by supplying circular substrate and substrate systems with a matching irrigation strategy. We also supply sensors for collecting big data that delivers real-time insights into the root environment via a wireless platform.
Our goal is to provide the world with healthy, safe food.
Cultilene has a strong team that thrives on working together: committed people who constantly feel challenged to improve and go that extra mile. Being a team player automatically means having a customer-focused mindset. So we respond promptly and effectively to customer queries. Customers can count on us for reliable, innovative and sustainable products.
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Sustainable entrepreneurship is a common thread running through Cultilene’s business operations, from raw materials to end product. We are convinced that committing to sustainability delivers the most gains in the long run – both for society and for business. Our ultimate goal is to help provide the world’s population with sufficient healthy, safe food.
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Saint-Gobain Cultilene (Cultilene for short) is part of the French multinational Saint-Gobain, a leading global supplier in light and sustainable construction. The group has a presence in 75 countries and has eight R&D centres. Worldwide, the group’s 166,000 employees produce a turnover of €44.2 billion per year.
Comfort, performance and sustainability
Saint-Gobain designs, manufactures and distributes materials and services for the construction and industrial markets. These solutions are found everywhere in our living places and our daily life: in buildings, transportation, infrastructure and in many industrial applications. They provide comfort, performance and sustainability while meeting the challenges of the decarbonization of the world of construction and industry, the preservation of resources and rapid urbanization.