Groenewout wins international BREEAM award wins international BREEAM Award has been named one of the winners of this year’s international BREEAM Awards in London, UK, on March 7.

This annual awards program recognizes the most innovative and sustainable construction projects in various categories. The new fulfillment center in Waalwijk, the Netherlands, that is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017, emerged as the winner of the ‘Industrial Buildings’ category.

An expert panel of judges assessed all the submissions based on sustainability, innovation and scalability. The judges praised for the scalability of the new fulfillment center, the way in which CO2 emissions are minimized by heat regulation and five wind turbines, and the company’s focus on creating a healthy and pleasant workplace for its employees.

Besides the specification, Groenewout is also managing the design and realization of this new fulfillment center. 

Supply Chain Innovation - Stand Groenewout
Meet Groenewout's experts at the SCI Event
Thursday 23 March 2017 | Antwerp Expo

The Supply Chain Innovations Event presents a large number of key sessions related to supply chain management as well as offering plenty of opportunities for networking within the supply chain community.

Invitation to visit Groenewout's stand
Our team is pleased to invite you to our stand for an informal discussion of your logistics & supply chain issues. 

If you have a particular matter in mind or would like to schedule an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact us: Isabel Schouten. 

guest lecturer
Guest lecturer - VU University of Amsterdam
For many years, Groenewout has been participating as a guest lecturer on logistics and supply chain-related topics at various universities in the Netherlands and Belgium. 

In this time Mo Lasgaa, Managing Consultant, has regularly shared his knowledge and extensive experience in supply chain management as a guest lecturer at the VU University of Amsterdam. Most recently, Mo presented insights into the importance of a well-defined business strategy and the potentially huge negative impact of misalignment of supply chain strategies. “We’ve seen many companies pretending to be cost leaders while their supply chains are designed for differentiators and vice versa. There are only a few organizations that have brilliant business strategies combined with extensive supply chains strategies,” comments Mo. 

If you would like to receive more information about this topic, please contact Mo Lasgaa