HENCON Forestry, Hencon’s new branch

From 1st January 2018, Wellinkcaesar Timber Technology BV will be known as Hencon Forestry BV.

You may be familiar with Hencon as a heavyweight in the steel, aluminium and mining industry. Hencon has multiple sites worldwide, with more than 250 employees working daily.

The company is a leader in the construction of specialist machines and vehicles for heavy industry.

Closer to home, in Ulft to be precise, you will already have been familiar with Hencon for a number of years as the big name behind Wellinkcaesar Timber Technology B.V.

Forestry is a sector in which Hencon intends to play an even greater role in future. A special business unit has therefore been created for this: Hencon Forestry B.V.

Yet another name, you might think. And because you may well be unable to see the wood for the trees, we’re doing some trimming. To make sure there’s no confusion. The name that will disappear is Wellinkcaesar Timber Technology B.V. It can disappear into the shredder because this name has no future under the new arrangements.

So, what changes will you notice? We can tell you right away: very few!

From 3rd January, 2018, our staff will answer the phone as Hencon Forestry B.V. From the same date, this name will also appear on any mail you receive from us, including our invoices. You will also be pleased to hear that you will still be in contact with the staff you know well, and you will continue to receive the same level of service you have come to expect from us.

However, there will be a number of changes in the background. These changes will allows us to make the most of all of the knowledge, expertise and strength offered by Hencon as a global concern. We are proud to belong to a robust company that prioritises product development, cutting-edge technology, a problem-solving approach and rigorous quality standards.

We would like to thank you for the confidence you have shown in us in the past. Thanks to this new start, we have everything in house to provide you with an excellent service for years to come.

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