Phocealys was founded in 2015 by Olivier Postaire and is located in the south of France, in Les Pennes Mirabeau. The company specializes in the bulk sale of preserved plants and dried flowers to the attention of plant decoration professionals and florists. Our products are used to create plant walls, bouquets, wreaths, trees and all types of decorative objects.
In January 2019, to cope with the rapid growth of the company, Olivier joined forces with Hugues Bouché to support its development. Phocealys offers nowadays even more references and above all continue to ensure our clients total satisfaction in terms of advice and support.
Olivier : 41 years old, an agricultural engineer by training, previously worked in a plant stabilization factory. He is the team's product expert. He selects and develops the range. He is also in charge of sales.
Hugues : 50 years old, company manager for 10 years, is responsible for the diversification of the company, its logistics processes as well as the management of the operational team.
The operational team
Given the strong development of the company, and in order to always better satisfy our customers, Phocealys has recruited two new employees:
Catherine, in charge of sales
Catarina, in charge of digital marketing and social medias
Gabriel and Mareck, in charge of the warehouse and preparation of the commands.
This amazing team is at your service. Its first objective is to provide you with quality products and to support you in all your creative projects over the long term.
We select the best products on the market and offer them to you at the best price. Few intermediaries between production and Phocealys.
Concerned about the quality and the traceability of our products, we have perfected and developed our range of stabilized plants and dried flowers in partnership with mainly 4 producers based in France, Italy and Spain.
Product quality and availability
Service, expertise and advice
Sustainable partnership with our customers and partners based on trust
Corporate social responsibility approach