Incotec presence at Holland Pavilion at ISF World Seed Congress.
Incotec presence at Holland Pavilion at ISF World Seed Congress.

Rotterdam, The Netherlands (May 8, 2024) - This year the World Seed Congress celebrates 100 years of the International Seed Federation (ISF). At the special edition of the annual seed congress (27-29 May, Rotterdam, the Netherlands), Dutch based seed enhancement company Incotec showcases its global presence and local solutions for the seed industry. Incotec is also a long-term sponsor of this important seed sector event.

Bruno Hoeltgebaum, Business Director Incotec: “Our uniqueness is that Incotec is a truly global company with product validation and R&T labs, sales offices, and production sites in all parts of the world, while on the other hand we have a dedicated product offering tailored to the specific climates and crops of each region. Being a global player, with a broad reach we are the first-to-market with new and sustainable offerings, like microplastic-free film coatings and pellets or priming technology to help mitigate the impact of abiotic stress caused by climate change.”

Whitepaper on Abiotic stress due to climate change

A principal objective of the World Seed Congress is to provide the industry a platform to exchange knowledge and discuss the developments and challenges facing our sector. Hoeltgebaum: “In line with this, Incotec and Croda have published a whitepaper on the impact of abiotic stress due to climate change on seeds, crops and food production. Experts from the industry and academia contributed to this paper. This topical whitepaper is available from our booth (booth 3.21).”

Incotec invites congress attendees to booth 3.21 in the exhibition area to discuss how seed treatment can help face the many challenges of the seed sector.

Incotec promotes partnerships for sustainability at ISF’s Holland Pavilion

This year the World Seed Congress celebrates 100 years of the International Seed Federation (ISF). At the special edition of the annual seed congress (27-29 May, Rotterdam, the Netherlands), Dutch based seed enhancement company Incotec promotes partnerships for sustainability and innovation in the so-called Holland Pavilion. Besides that, Incotec has a separate booth ( No. 3.21) in the exhibition area to discuss how seed treatment can help face the many challenges of the seed sector.

Incotec is open for smart partnerships with other companies and institutions, especially if this means accelerating in the fields of sustainability and innovation. Three of these existing partnerships are showcased at the Holland Pavilion. On 3 consecutive days, Incotec highlights the cooperation with Land Life Company (aimed at speeding up reforestation), Solynta (aimed at enhancing true potato seeds to help bring this staple food to areas where hunger is a real concern) and Key Gene (aimed at variety identification and hybrid purity control to support seed quality and breeding).

Incotec invites congress attendees to visit them in the Holland Pavilion to discuss possible partnerships.

About Incotec

Incotec, a Croda brand, is a leading international seed enhancement company founded in 1968. Croda’s purpose is ‘Smart Science to Improve Lives’. Incotec contributes to feeding the world sustainably by providing key solutions for the seed industry. Incotec provides products and services like seed coating, pelleting, seed enhancement and analytical services for genetic analysis and quality inspection. Incotec is headquartered in the Netherlands and has facilities in the USA, Brazil, Argentina, Australia, South Africa, India and China. For more information go to www.incotec.com

Bruno Hoeltgebaum, Business Director Incotec
Bruno Hoeltgebaum, Business Director Incotec