It's Andres Kiger's third decade as a Miami flower importer.
Even with stiff competition from more than 100 Miami flower businesses, he built Sabana Farms into a $10 million-plus concern.
It's been only a week since Sabana was acquired with seven other flower companies in the most recent round of acquisitions by industry consolidator U.S.A. Floral Inc.
Kiger said he's already learning from his former foes-turned colleagues.
"For the longest time, I had no idea what they did and how they operated and now, little by little, they've become my relatives," Kiger said.
The company (Nasdaq: ROSI) is trying to integrate all aspects of the business …