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Eindhoven Airport and the family-run recycling firm REMONDIS are now working side by side: in July, Eindhoven Airport joined the list of businesses benefiting from the company’s high quality, customer- oriented services and innovative recycling solutions.
From left to right: Roger Versluis, Regiodirecteur REMONDIS/Baetsen Milieubedrijven, Mirjam van den Boogaard, Director Operations/COO Eindhoven Airport, Pieter-Balth Linders, Regiodirecteur REMONDIS/Baetsen Milieubedrijven, Ton Verblackt, Technical and Facility Manager Eindhoven Airport
With around 6.7 million passengers a year, Eindhoven Airport is one of the busiest regional airports in the Netherlands. The Royal Schiphol Group, which operates and owns Amsterdam, Rotterdam-Den Haag and Lelystad airports, also owns a majority share in Eindhoven Airport. Delivering sustainability and quality are two of the Group’s top priorities. Which is why Schiphol has made a good catch with REMONDIS here. Being an experienced and long-standing expert for sustainable and green solutions, REMONDIS is the perfect partner to help Eindhoven Airport achieve its goal: namely, to deliver the most sustainable performance so that it tops the international airport league table.
“We are delighted to have signed a contract with our new partner, the Schiphol Group. This project is perfect as it allows us to make the very most of our own group’s experience and skills,” explained Dr Andreas Krawczik, managing director of REMONDIS Nederland. This family-run company was able to win over its new partner with its long-standing references, sustainable solutions and low-emission vehicles as well as with its new and innovative recycling facility in Son. Price is not the only important factor when contracts are awarded in the Netherlands – bids are also expected to contain excellent sustainability concepts.