Logistics provider Vanderlande has unveiled its new cutting-edge office building in Veghel, The Netherlands.
The company opened the new facility on 15 September, with a commemorative brick - featuring the names of employees that have been with the company for more than 45 years - laid in celebration of the milestone event.
With the company currently in a period of growth, the new building has been designed to support its growth ambitions and vision on sustainability. It is spread across eight floors, a ground floor and a basement, and covers an area of 19,500 square metres.
The building has been certified ‘excellent’ by BREEAM, the environmental rating system for buildings, which highlights Vanderlande’s commitment to creating a sustainable future.
“The balance between ergonomics and aesthetics is perfect in our new office environment,” said Vanderlande chief executive Govert Hamers. “Colleagues have told me many positive things about the lack of noise, the visuals and the natural light permeating through the building.
“Effectively, it was designed to be as comfortable as possible. Everyone I speak to is excited and proud to work in such a spectacular office. It is a highly impressive structure, and will be a welcoming space in which to entertain our visitors and clients. I’m sure our staff will join me in congratulating all those individuals who worked hard to deliver a new home we can be truly proud of.”
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