The Wormerveer site is made up of a large, modern, free-standing production hall, with office. It has two overhead cranes and a separate grinding bay that can also be used for painting.
Crucially, it will bring new benefits that will ease operations. It has large overhead doors that enable projects to move in and out easily and is 500 metres from a waterway system.
“These aspects have been important to us in choosing this building since components for the superyacht industry are usually of a greater size and preferably transported over water,” said operational and finance director, Ad Broos.
Custom marine composite builder, Rhebergen Composites, is focused on servicing the superyacht industry. The new facility is seen as a step up that will enable it to deliver its strategy of turnkey delivery from development, design and engineering to construction, painting, transport and mounting.
The company operates from the new address as of January 2014. The official opening of Rhebergen Composites in Wormerveer will follow in March.
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