STULZ Builds on Benelux Presence
STULZ has supported its expansion across the Benelux region with the opening of a sustainable new regional corporate headquarters building in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands.
Located a stone’s throw from Schiphol Airport, the new STULZ Groep BV headquarters building was completed in 10 months, and features climate-neutral intelligent infrastructure – including more than 950 solar collectors which are capable of meeting the average annual energy requirement of around 130 households (or an annual energy volume of up to 350,000kWh).
In addition to supplying the energy needs of office workstations, production and warehouse facilities, the sustainable concept also provides enough electricity for 10 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. These will supply power to a new EV fleet and will be further expanded as required.
The building in Hoofddorp replaces a previous location at Amstelveen, and will accommodate more than 60 employees comprising office, service, sales, logistics and production personnel. With up to 2,700 pallet storage spaces, the site offers a total usable area of up to 9,000m². In the future, production at the site will focus primarily on the STULZ Climapac air handling units and new heat pump solutions.
Carlo Brouwer, STULZ Groep BV managing director, explains: “Hoofddorp offers the perfect location for increased growth and market penetration across the entire Benelux region.
“It indicates our intention to rapidly expand across key target areas and grow the business in line with our plans. With these new logistics and production capacities, our specialist partners will benefit from even faster order processing and increased delivery capacity. We have achieved our objective of creating a truly sustainable intelligent building that utilises an extensive range of STULZ technologies and offers our employees a cutting edge workplace environment.”