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Van Puijenbroek Textiel reorganises production
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May '09
Van Puijenbroek Textiel, which includes the HaVeP and Bucofa brands, intends to stop manufacturing its own fabrics. We will start cooperating with renowned European production companies on the production of fabrics. Naturally, this will take place in accordance with the specifications and stringent quality requirements you are accustomed to from us. Our own production of clothing will be maintained.

The intention of ending own fabric manufacture in the Netherlands is connected to the strategic decision to lower operating costs, and increase the flexibility and competitiveness of the HaVeP and Bucofa brands. Furthermore, this development provides the opportunity for further investment in Van Puijenbroek Textiel and the associated brands' Research & Development, Service and the Sales & Marketing organisations.

With its brands HaVeP and Bucofa, Van Puijenbroek Textiel has a strong position on the market and the company considers it essential for the brands to continue to grow. We are convinced that this choice is crucial to reinforce our market position and future growth potential.

It is with heavy heart that Van Puijenbroek Textiel announces its intentions as the loss of production in Goirle makes involuntary redundancies inevitable. We will do everything in our power to support the staff affected to the best of our ability.

Moving fabric production will not affect our clients. We will continue to supply the high-quality textile products and solutions clients are accustomed to from us. The intended change will enable us to offer increased flexibility and to continue to make the necessary investments - primarily in developing new products for clients. In short, we will continue to do what we are good at: providing client-oriented textiles products and solutions with an excellent price-quality ratio and optimum service.

Van Puijenbroek Textiel

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