Let's talk about … Fleurop! Learn more about the company, the impressive facts and figures, a remarkably simple yet sophisticated mode of operation, state-of-the-art technologies and global communications. Find out what makes Fleurop a very special flower delivery network.
More than 50,000 Fleurop partner florists look forward to serving you,
Fleurop delivers charming, heart-warming and trendy floral greetings - not only in Austria, but throughout Europe and all over the world. This scope of service was made possible by the merger of the European Fleurop organisation with its U.S. and British sister companies to create the global Interflora group with more than 50,000 of the best florists in over 150 countries. In terms of partner branches, Fleurop-Interflora is thus one of the world's largest retailing organisations.
How Fleurop works
Fleurop-Interflora stands for flower deliveries worldwide, through a network of carefully selected partner florists. They are under contract to Fleurop, meet strict guidelines in respect of quality at all levels, and deliver the Fleurop orders to the customers. The floral greetings are prepared by a Fleurop partner shop near the recipient's location and personally delivered. Fleurop provides the communication technology and organisational infrastructure required to ensure smooth and dependable delivery, even to the more remote destinations. In a nutshell, this means that a customer in Vienna, for example, can order a floral greeting via the internet, the Fleurop app, by telephone or at one of the many Fleurop partner shops and rest assured that it will be delivered just a few hours later in Salzburg, Berlin, New York or anywhere else in the world.
State-of-the-art technologies for swift flower deliveries, regardless of distance
To ensure smooth order transmission, a direct internet link is maintained between the Austrian partner shops and the Fleurop head offices in Vienna, which also handle communication with other Austrian partner agencies and countries all over the world. Thanks to advanced communication technologies, orders are transmitted within seconds, and order invoicing is executed in a parallel process.