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NL: Construction of new Bercomex premises is progressing

The construction of the Bercomex premises is in full swing. Both office and new production facility to produce systems for flower processing systems get more shape rapidly.

The construction is on schedule. Both the construction of the new production hall and the renovation of the existing office are well on track.

The existing office is being renovated. First the ground and the first floor will be renewed. The renovation of the other floors will follow later this year.

Bercomex expects to move to the new premises in April this year.

For more information: 
Holenweg 4A
1624 PB Hoorn
T: +31 (0) 229 50 21 50
F: +31 (0) 229 - 50 21 16

Publication date: 1/10/2017



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