Having to close your business for the application of a new parking system means loss of revenue. This is particularly true in the case of a car park. After already having applied parking systems there before, Bolidt was approached for another project in underground car park De Nieuwe Markt. This resulted in the development of a customised Boligrip W system, which was applied in a single day.
Bolidt continues its success in the hatchery industry. Van Gent hatchery, a long-time leader in the field of egg hatchery, commissioned Bolidt to install a new Bolidtop flooring system in various areas of its hatchery facilities. Over the years, Bolidt has successfully carried out a range of flooring projects in the poultry industry.
"High biosecurity standards are a prerequisite in poultry processing plants and hatcheries. Hence, all circumstances must be optimal to achieve these conditions. That starts with a professional, hygienic and high quality floor: the basis for success" says World Poultry.
Bolidt is in the best possible financial shape. Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) once again awarded Bolidt its top score: a Rating 1 certificate.
The JSS Karel Doorman is the impressive new vessel of the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN). During the World Harbour Days in Rotterdam, the ship was the absolute top attraction. It is easy to see why, as the Karel Doorman has been built with unique capabilities, which will enable the ship to add value not only to the Dutch armed forces, but also to NATO and the EU.
Pas Reform, developer of technological equipment for the hatchery industry, has successfully worked with Bolidt several times in the last few years. Pas Reform’s Bouke Hamminga talks about his experiences with Bolidt.
When hearing the word innovation, poultry is probably the last word that would pop up in your mind. Nevertheless don’t underestimate the effort companies in the poultry industry put into research and development. Innovation is actually very important for these companies, trying to increase the animal welfare and decrease the mortality while hatching chicks.