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.

Multinationals well positioned between the Mainports Antwerp and Rotterdam!

Multinationals in Europe seek out the periphery and establish themselves between the main ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam in a highly accessible, representative, and secure area. The companies at the Borchwerf II Business Park have sound organization with regards to transport to all parts of Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with a high degree of predictability and planning ability of critical business processes.
For connection to maritime and continental cargo water- and railways there are transhipment terminals in the immediate vicinity: Borchwerf Business Park is located between the ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam and has two private access routes on both sides of the relatively quiet A17 highway. Because of the short distances of the pre- and post-transportation in a relatively calm traffic area, all parts of the world are easily accessible in a logistically predictable way.

Many companies from abroad

There is considerable interest in the establishment of companies at the Borchwerf II Business Area, in particular from foreign companies that have to do with mergers which lead to economies of scale with a global impact on the supply chains. It also happens that the existing distribution facilities in Europe, for reasons of efficiency, are brought back to a central location. Several of these multinationals established themselves in recent years at the Borchwerf II Business Area. It can be an advantage for companies to be a proprietor of the land upon which the distribution center will prosper. Thriving business at a high-end and secure location with two direct connections to the A17 highway can be another advantage. Would you like more information? Please let us know.