65 year company anniversary

The de Beijer Groep, the German-Dutch family-owned group, is celebrating its 65th company anniversary this year. De Beijer is one of the leading companies in the production, trade and transport of raw materials. It supplies a wide range of raw materials, including materials for the heavy clay ceramics sector.

The combination of its own raw materials extraction and logistics remains a key competitive advantage of the medium-sized enterprise with its 75 employees still today. When de Beijer senior stepped down in 2003, management of the business was handed over to his two sons, Han und Willem de Beijer, who own the company together with their sister Bianca de Beijer.

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