Travelling safely and comfortably from the north of Amsterdam right through the heart of the city to Zuid station in only 16 minutes. An impossible feat to accomplish by car, bicycle or the current public transport system, but with the North-South Line it is expected to be an everyday reality for 185,000 commuters. Despite setbacks in the construction process and frequent negative reports in the media, the first passengers will likely be able to start using the new metro line 52 by 2017. The successful test run through part of the tunnelled section at the beginning of November was encouraging in this respect.
Tesla has recently opened its second factory in the Netherlands in Tilburg. The design of the new factory is durable and meets all requirements of the American company in the area of durability and proper current transfer in the floors. Due to the arrival of this new factory, the production capacity can be increased significantly which means more cars can be made roadworthy. The Bolidtop Stato-floor ensures proper current transfer and contributes to the durability requirements of the company.
New research facilities will enable DSM to grow considerably in the coming years. While DSM recently moved into its new building on the Chemelot Campus in Geleen, the DSM Biotechnology Centre will be delivered in 2016. For both of these new construction projects, Bolidt was the company able to meet all the flooring requirements DSM had set out.
Recently opened in Lounge 2, the M&M’s store is contributing to a new world of experience at Schiphol. After all, Schiphol is increasingly evolving from just a ‘normal’ airport into a shopping paradise. The largest airport in the Netherlands features a great many big brands and, following the example of various metropolitan cities, passengers flying through Schiphol will from now on be able to visit the first M&M’s store in the Netherlands.
In 1921, Karel Jeurgens started making cakes and biscuits in a small bakery. Now, almost 100 years later, that bakery has grown into an international producer and exporter of a wide selection of biscuit and bakery products. All of this happened because Jeurgens decided at the time to make sponge fingers his primary product.
It’s Bolidt’s latest cruise project, the Norwegian Escape at Meyer Werft. The Norwegian Escape is 325.9 m long and 41.4 m wide.