LEVA-EU member Van Raam has taken over a factory in Wykroty (Poland) in order to meet the high demand for their special needs (electric) cycles.
Take-over of factory in Poland
The factory in Wykroty, just across the German border at Görlitz/Dresden is 6,500 m2 and stands on a plot of about 5 hectares. This factory was until recently owned by Royal Lovink Industries of Terborg.
Monday 14 December 2020 was the signing moment between the management of Van Raam and Lovink. The official name will be Van Raam International Sp. Z o.o. Van Raam International also has its own logo.
Dirk Jan van den Hout (director of Lovink) is pleased that the building in Wykroty is taken over by another company from the Achterhoek (NL). That is the same region where Van Raam is located. Van Raam will also take over part of the staff.
The management of Van Raam with Marjolein Boezel, Jan-Willem Boezel and Ronald Ruesink is satisfied with this big step. The 13.500 m2 building in Varsseveld where Van Raam has been located since 2019, had already become too small due to the great demand for special needs (electric) cycles.