21 october 2021

Anders Invest acquires Bincx

Anders Invest has acquired a 60% participation in Bincx from Kootwijkerbroek. The company engineers, produces and installs steel structures for non-residential construction. Bincx has a turnover of approximately € 80 million and employs more than 100 permanent employees.

Bincx was founded in 2001 and has since grown into one of the larger players in the Netherlands in the field of steel structures for industrial real estate and utility construction in various applications such as production halls, offices, schools, logistics real estate and agricultural applications. The company operates from production and assembly halls at various locations in the Netherlands. The German market is served from Gronau.

Bincx has an engineering department, production with CNC machine lines, a large number of mobile cranes and its own assembly teams. In addition to mounting the steel structures, prefab concrete walls and sandwich roof and facade elements are also mounted. The culture is innovative, with an average of young employees, and there is room for new ideas and self-organization.

The company's customer base consists of established (international) construction companies and contractors in the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany. Bincx also works with a number of Dutch system integrators who deliver turnkey projects in emerging markets.

Anders Invest acquired its interest from founder and director Wilco van den Brink. Mr. Van den Brink will retain a 40% interest and, together with the management, will continue to work actively to achieve further growth and professionalize the organization.

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