Vecom Group consists of a number of dynamic companies in the Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom. This means that there is always a lot of varied news to report. Each company has its own clientele and work area. We have therefore decided to no longer maintain a general news page on our website, but to give you the opportunity to follow the specific Vecom Group company(ies) you are interested in on their own LinkedIn page.
On https://www.linkedin.com/company/vecom-group-b-v-/posts/ you can find everything about Vecom Group and Vecom Metal Treatment
On https://www.linkedin.com/in/vecom-projects-team/ you can read all about the projects of Vecom Industrial Services anywhere in the world
On https://www.linkedin.com/company/vecom-sillavan-metal-treatment-ltd/posts our activities in the United Kingdom are highlighted
On https://www.linkedin.com/company/vecom-nv/posts/ you can become acquainted with the experiences within Vecom in Ranst, Belgium
In these uncertain times, in which there is much discussion about the availability and security of supply of energy, nuclear energy is also increasingly mentioned as an option. Through our British subsidiary, Vecom Sillavan Metal Treatment, we are involved in the pickling and passivation of unprecedented amounts of piping, air ducts, cabletrays and other components for the Hinkley Point C and Sizewell C nuclear power plants that are currently being built in the United Kingdom.
After entering the Uzbek market in 2021, India looks set to become a serious option for expanding our “Asian footprint”. Although often associated as a sales market where low costs determine the award of contracts, leading companies in various industrial sectors appear to be very quality-conscious with regard to the desired level of chemical technical cleaning of their process installations.
In the Intercontinental hotel in Al Jubail, International Construction & Manufacturing Services (ICMS) and Vecom Industrial Services sealed their agreement to cooperate in Saudi Arabia tonight.
Jan van Vulpen has been appointed as managing director in the two-man board of the Vecom Group alongside Peter van Buren as of April 1, 2020. Together they also form the management of Vecom Sillavan Metal Treatment Limited.
The current coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) affects us all. The health of our relations and employees as well as the quality of our services are our top priority.
Today, Friday January 31, 2020, is the day. The United Kingdom is leaving the European Union. A period of uncertainty has dawned for the Dutch business community. For large companies, but also for SME’s such as Vecom Group.
Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Mrs. Sigrid Kaag and chairwoman Mrs. Ineke Dezentjé Hamming of employers' organization FME therefore paid a working visit to our head office in Maassluis