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1.6 million euros invested in ‘Technology Park Ypenburg’ program

The new ‘Technology Park Ypenburg’ program has been officially kicked off in The Netherlands. In this program, the municipality of The Hague, four local companies and the Digital Factory for Composites field lab (DFC) will jointly invest 1.6 million euros in 2018.

1.6 million euros invested in ‘Technology Park Ypenburg’ program

The program focuses on automated and digitized production of advanced materials such as composite and fiber metal laminates, with an important role for robotics. With the joint investment, the manufacturing industry in (the region) The Hague can make a leap forward.

The Ypenburg business park in The Hague houses several high-tech companies, as well as a field lab. Four companies (Airborne, KVE, Promolding and GTM) and the field lab DFC join forces to make The Hague an international hotspot for the manufacturing industry of products based on high-tech materials. High-tech companies are the companies of the future and also determine to a large extent the economic development and employment of the future. The demand for products from high-tech materials will grow strongly, both nationally and internationally in the coming years. That is why a joint investment of 1.6 million euros is being made, which should form the foundation for strengthening the regional innovation power and the growth of business, jobs, knowledge institutes and investments aimed at innovative manufacturing industry, specialized in high-tech materials.

Jobs of the future
With this program, the initiators expect that an attractive business climate will be created for other companies at Ypenburg. They can benefit from the relevant infrastructure on the business park, mutual cooperation, cooperation with knowledge institutes and the municipality, and the presence of a diverse workforce in the region. The program also wants to give a positive impulse to local and regional training institutes through internships and workplaces. In addition, the innovative developments provide new employment for both higher and lower educated people.

Regional knowledge strengthens international competitiveness A component in the program is the Digital Factory for Composites field lab (DFC). Entrepreneurs, regional educational institutions and investors can go to this field lab for workshops, knowledge sharing, and find interesting investment projects. As part of Smart Manufacturing: Industrial Application in South Holland (SMITZH), the field lab will contribute to a strong region that can compete at world level. SMITZH aims to support the South Holland manufacturing industry in applying Smart Manufacturing. The ambition is to grow into a one-stop-shop where companies come for knowledge and technology to make their high-quality products competitive. Also in small series and/or single pieces.

Companies: Promolding

Terms: Business, News Worldwide

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This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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