Archive by Author : ncbrandwijk

Newest addition to the machine park


On March 21, 2018 the new 350 ton Sumitomo Demag injection molding machine arrived at Egmond Plastic. This machine is equipped with, among other things, a servo motor, which ensures that we can injection mold very precisely, energy-efficient and almost silently, complex and technical products made of high tech polymers. With the replacement of the […]

Last ‘old generation’ injection molding machine leaves Egmond Plastic


On Monday, March 19, 2018, the last injection molding machine of the ‘old generation’ left the building. This ‘Windsor’ machine, also known as Machine 13, has proven its faithful service for more than four decades, but is now being replaced by the next generation.  

50th Anniversary Egmond Plastic


On January 23, 2018 Egmond Plastic has celebrated its 50th anniversary with cake and flowers. Former owner/ceo Jan Egmond congratulated current owner/ceo Richard Brandwijk. In June 2018 the official opening of the new building will take place.

Egmond Plastic sponsored employees at Dam to Dam run


Last Sunday, September 17th, a group of Egmond Plastic employees made their best efforts by bringing The Dam to Dam run to a good end. We, at Egmond Plastic are proud of this nice and sporty performance! The Dam to Dam run (10 miles) is one of the biggest business runs in the world, with […]

Phase 3 of rebuilding offices EP has started


On Friday, May 19th, the first pile was struck for the rebuilding of the offices of Egmond Plastic by Richard Brandwijk.   

Phase 2 has started


The emptying and dismantling of the offices has begun!

Portocabins has been placed


  

Space created for portocabins


The offices will be housed temporarily in portocabins next to the building beginning of March.

Impression: rebuilding and facelift Egmond Plastic


Phase 1 of renovation Egmond Plastic


The first phase of the renovation started on november 14 in 2016. It concerns to strengthen and renew one of the factory floors. Where previous the molds storage was situated, now comes the expansion of the printshop, which thereby increases by 40%.