Royal predicate for Hoppenbrouwers Technique

Hoppenbrouwers Techniek received the Royal Decree on 22 June 2018. Together with more than 500 relations and employees, the 100th anniversary of Hoppenbrouwers Techniek was celebrated in the Efteling theatre. Henny de Haas, managing director/owner, received the certificate from Mr Wim van de Donk, Commissioner of the King. The mayor of Tilburg Municipality, T. Weterings, was also present.

An award for the 100th anniversary of Hoppenbrouwers Techniek

Henny de Haas: "It is a privilege to be allowed to hold the predicate Royal. I am very proud of that and grateful for it. The predicate is not only for me, but also for my predecessors Jan Beekmans, Wil Hoppenbrouwers and Theo Hoppenbrouwers a tribute and the icing on the cake during our 100-year anniversary. Together with them, but also with all our employees, we have built Hoppenbrouwers Techniek into a leading installation company that distinguishes itself in the sector. This award is the crowning glory of our work and confirms that we are committed to quality, sustainability, long-term thinking and not giving up. Our good name is confirmed in this way, which is a particularly good reward for our employees. After all, they do the good work! Of course, we celebrate this extensively, but then we continue with even better efforts."

Royal predicate

The designation 'Royal' can only be granted by His Majesty King Willem Alexander. In order to receive the award, a company must meet a number of conditions. For example, the company must be at least 100 years old and occupy a first or very prominent place in its field in the Netherlands. This takes into account the size of the company, the number of employees and the turnover. In addition, the business operations must be impeccable and the company, board members and supervisory directors must be of good repute and reputation and of irreproachable conduct.