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Bom Group move in full swing

In order not to disrupt our operations too much, we are already moving parts of our organisation to our new premises at Kulkweg 60 in Hook of Holland, but it will not be until 4 January that all departments are operational at the new location. At the same time, we will cease to use our postal address in Naaldwijk. The move will not affect our telephone numbers or email addresses, which will remain unaltered.

 

The move is necessary because over recent years we have evolved from being progressive greenhouse builders, heating engineers and screen specialists into innovative specialists in designing and building complete horticultural projects at home and abroad. This growth requires all of our projects to be supported by an efficient logistics process, which our present location is unable to provide. Our new location in Hook of Holland is equipped with state-of-the-art logistics facilities and is just a stone's throw from the Rotterdam ports.

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The new premises will provide enough room for all our departments to grow, so that we will be able to continue to respond fully to the specific requirements and wishes of international horticulturalists until well into the future.

 

The year of our move coincides with our 50th anniversary. The suggestions for the celebration are already at an advanced stage, but as the year gets underway, we will be mainly focusing on dealing with a number of big orders from our new premises, because even in the preliminary stages, everything has to run smoothly.

 

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Date:
27 Nov 2015
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