After moving to our current building in 2011 we thought it would be large enough for many years to come. Little did we know. After Bruker stopped its operation in our area in 2013 we were lucky enough to be able to welcome quite a few of their R&D engineers and assembly technicians. As a result our R&D department was quite packed from 2014 onwards.
With the increased number of products being assembled, also our assembly hall became way to small. Autosamplers take more space to assemble and test. With the increasing number of Primariz systems that will be built in Vlissingen it is clear that a new building was the way forward.