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Technische Unie opens new location in Utrecht

Last updated 3 months ago by Michael Darmanin

[gard align=”right”]Steef Hallegraeff and Bas Schröder, the sales directors of Technische Unie, drove the first piles for their company’s new premises in Griffioenlaan, Utrecht on Monday, the 17th of June. The building which is set to be completed by the end of 2019 is planned to house office space, a service centre, an experience centre, a training center and a logistic transfer point. The purpose of the new building is consolidating knowledge and services so as to improve work efficiency and client satisfaction.

The location of the building on the A12 gives it more accessibility and visibility, thus making it more time-efficient for clients. The 8000 square meter facility is targeted to be a ‘zero-on-the-meter’ building, making it energy-efficient.

Technische Unie is a technical wholesaler based in the Netherlands set up in the year 1880 and since 1999 it has been a subsidiary of Sonepar, a French family-owned company which is a B2B distributer. TU works for delivery of installation materials in the areas of electrical engineering, heating, tools, light, luxury sanitary ware and climate technology.

To know more about the services Technische Unie provides you can go to their website: https://www.technischeunie.nl/

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