Wagenborg Nedlift targets chemical facility

08 April 2012

Netherlands-based Wagenborg Nedlift is opening a branch at Chemelot, a large industrial chemical site in the south of the country.

The heavy transport and lifting service company has worked in the petrochemical industry for years. From its new Chemelot site Wagenborg Nedlift will be able to service the local petrochemical industry as well as companies in Belgium and Germany, it explained.

According to company managing director Ton Klijn the new branch will offer a ‘one stop shop' concept of transport from workplace to the foundations of reactors and vessels.

Wagenborg Nedlift B.V. is a division of Royal Wagenborg, a family company that provides a range of logistics services.

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