In the Central part of Western Europe, globally-organized supply chains have been thriving for the last eight years in a high-end environment: since 2005, more than one hundred companies have established themselves at the Borchwerf II Business Area in the Netherlands. As an important gateway to EMEA region, Borchwerf II is surrounded by the maritime and intermodal terminals of the Rotterdam and Antwerp main ports. The footprint of the 275-hectare business area is spacious: approximately half of the area has been sold to companies in construction-ready sites. The other half is used for roads, landscaping, and water.

At this moment, 11 hectares of construction-ready sites are immediately available. For sales, we cooperate closely with a number of international brokers and developers. The Netherlands has a 400-year-old worldwide history of trading, and we take pride in our system of tax regulations and efficient customs service, and also in our healthy labor market. There is an active business area management system and the main European cities are located nearby. If you would like more information, please let us know.


International Economic Dynamics in the Municipality of Roosendaal

27-10-2014, Door: Dirk Timmers, Head of Communications for the Mayor of Roosendaal

New business emerges between two International Ports. "Our municipality in the southern parts of The Netherlands is situated along the highway A17 between the international ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp. The proximity of the international ports has brought us an international dynamic, which we are welcoming with open arms," says Mayor Jacques Niederer of Roosendaal. 

 




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