AAB INT is an independent consulting and engineering company which offers a wide spectrum of services for the high tech horticultural industry worldwide in the field of technology, spatial development, heat projects, sustainability and energy, modelling, real estate and corporate finance.
AAB INT specializes in the design, engineering and development of high-tech (research) facilities for seed companies, research institutes and universities. This usually involves long-term developments, which are realized in several phases over several years. There are a lot of things to take into account when planning and engineering a project: market, location, infrastructure, climate, application, ………. Future developments must be taken into account in order to avoid restrictions during the realization of long-term plans. AAB’s consultants and engineers understand the different requirements for a production facility and a research facility.
The experts of AAB INT have the knowledge and experience to guide customers through the process from first of idea to commissioning and hand over of the project. This involves amongst (but is not limited to): climate study, feasibility study, investment budgets, master planning, project development, design and engineering, technical support, process and project management, etc.
The consultants and engineers of AAB INT are experts in their field with a focus on horticulture. In addition to expertise in the field of design, engineering and development of high-tech facilities, the experts at AAB have knowledge of corporate finance, sustainable energy solutions and spatial development. The consultants and engineers of AAB have knowledge of the current requirements (and wishes) and are aware of future trends and developments in high-tech horticulture.
It is not without reason that our slogan is: “Engineering your sustainable growth”
Marlies Reus & Wendy Houdijk
Seed meets Technology
1681 ND Zwaagdijk-Oost
Opening hours 2023
Tuesday, September 26 : 9am – 5pm
Wednesday, September 27: 9am – 5pm
Thursday, September 28: 9am – 4pm