Divisions

Technical services

Historically, The Netherlands has always had a service orientated economy, positioned as a relatively small country between a large ‘garden’ of bigger economies like Germany, France and the UK.

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Retail

Despite huge growth in China, the market for retail in Europe remains the most lucrative in the world and will grow by nearly €42 billion to be worth €125 billion by 2015.

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Manufacturing

The manufacturing industry is an important pillar of both the Dutch and Belgian economies. The latest data indicates that the manufacturing sector started 2014 on a solid footing and output growth continues to run at a historically strong rate.

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Logistics

The logistics Industry is a vital part of the Dutch economy and typically generates more than €55 billion in annual revenue.

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Pharma

The pharmaceutical sector is a vitally important corner-stone in our society. The average expenditure for pharmaceutical care in the Netherlands and Belgium is approximately €350 per person per year, or more than €10 billion in total.

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Energy

The energy industry is facing the biggest period of change since the industrial revolution. Globally, the need to respond to the world's increasing energy challenge while finding cheaper, greener energy sources and reducing carbon emissions continues to drive change across the industry as a whole.

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Food

The era of distinction through attractive pricing in the food industry is over, with more and more emphasis placed on quality, safety and sustainability, and increasing regulation and legislation driving prices ever up.

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Chemicals

The chemical industry is a significant driver of The Netherlands and Belgian economies, employing more than 150,000 people generating combined revenues in excess of €120m annually.

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