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Hyundai Construction Equipment opens European headquarters

Hyundai Construction Equipment opens European headquarters

Hyundai Construction Equipment Europe has officially opened its new headquarters in Tessenderlo, Belgium.

In a ceremony celebrating the launch, the new HQ complex comprises a new, three-story, 5,400sq m office building, a 13,000 sq m parts warehouse, a Hyundai Academy, an event hall and a showroom. The construction works represent an investment of 30 million euros.

On the 81,000sq m new land the capacity of machine parts supply will be doubled, customers will be welcomed and the dealer network will receive here top notch commercial and technical trainings.

Infrabo, a well-known Belgian architecture and design firm with extensive experience in the b2b industry, designed the new building. Cordeel, a general contractor, constructed the entire building.

Hyundai Construction Equipment Europe managing director Alain Worp said: “The new facility is an excellent step forward for our European division. After becoming an independent business unit earlier this year, the rebranding of the company, the definition of our global vision 2023, this new European headquarters is a clear indication that things are moving fast within Hyundai Construction Equipment. It is a clear signal to the market that we are here, and that we are here to stay in a remarkable way. For me this is only the beginning of our successful path to the future.”

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