Black Tulip Group acquired James Finlay Kericho Flower Farm in Kenya Multinational firm James Finlay Kenya, part of the Swire Group has sold its Kericho-based flower farm to Black Tulip Group for an undisclosed amount to focus on its tea and coffee business. The sale will see workers at the Lemotit farm in Londiani, Kipkelion East, which produces roses and cut flowers for the United Kingdom and European markets, declared redundant. “The sale of Lemotit farm marks the end of Finlay’s restructuring to concentrate
Black Tulip Group, a family-owned and operated group of companies since 1990 is a topmost flower exporter in the world with its head office in UAE. Started as a flower supplier to the wholesale and retail flower industry, with a floral legacy and innovative objectives has now extended business internationally and is the largest exporters in the world for premium fresh cut flowers with its own farms in Ethiopia, India, Kenya, and Malaysia. The right leaders can motivate a team to achieve
We been recognized by ETISALAT by its SMB ( Small and Medium Business ) Awards 2018. Out of 300,000+ customers of ETISALAT , in the ‘SMB OF THE YEAR’ category , We were invited at Habtoor Palace Hotel - Dubai on 19th Mar 2019 as one of Top Nominees with other 9 companies across UAE . At the event , on the stage the final nominees were 3. Finally , We were the Winner of the award .
Nairobi, June 13, 2018. At the 7th edition of International Flower Trade Expo 2018, Kenya, which was rated as one of the excellent Trade Expos of the world by the attendees, Black Tulip won its laurels for Excellence. The 3 day event started off by the official opening held in the auditorium of the Oshwal Center in Westlands Nairobi, with the Kenyan vice minister of Foreign Affairs & International Trade, Dr. Chris Kiptoo as the guest of honor this yea, who praised