(From left) Managing partner Renate Keinath with Gerhard Böhm, managing director sales, Gerrit Hazeleger, managing director of Arburg BV, and Stephan Doehler, European director sales.
(From left) Managing partner Renate Keinath with Gerhard Böhm, managing director sales, Gerrit Hazeleger, managing director of Arburg BV, and Stephan Doehler, European director sales.

Molding specialist Arburg's Dutch subsidiary has reportedly celebrated its 25 anniversary.

The company’s connection with the company began in with the sale of the first Arburg injection molding machine to Dutch company Draka in 1957. Arburg then founded a subsidiary in Nieuw-Vennep in 1993.

 ‘We have been experiencing strong growth in the Netherlands since 2016,’ said Gerhard Böhm managing director of sales. ‘As well as the very strong packaging sector, two-component injection molding, elastomer processing and automation solutions have been much in demand. Companies have also been very active in additive manufacturing in the Netherlands.’

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