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About

Make It in Belgium

Belgian production technology companies face several major challenges. Top quality requires state-of-the-art production environments, but these are evolving faster than ever.

Obviously, the manufacturing technology of tomorrow is about more than systems. Forward-looking equipment manufacturers reap the fruits of employing creative and committed staff who are able to effortlessly combine technical know-how and entrepreneurial flair. Society is also looking at this sector: after all, advanced technology should make the production equipment not only more sustainable, but also lead to a responsible use of energy and natural resources.

However, Make it in Belgium does not debate these challenges; rather it highlights the clever solutions and impressive achievements of Belgian production technology companies. As the engine of the Belgian economy, the sector is a breeding ground for technological talent and a stage for many groundbreaking innovations, which all too often remain under the radar.

Make it in Belgium, an initiative by Agoria and the entire industry, opens the curtain, revealing a fast-changing and surprising sector while putting pioneering companies in the spotlight. We believe in a sustainable and bright future for the manufacturing industry in Belgium!

The Editorial Committee

  • Nathalie Nicolas (Agoria)
  • Karl Mast (Atlas Copco Airpower)
  • Luc Thysen (CNH Industrial Belgium)
  • Matthew Fowles (LVD Company)
  • Eric Delforge (Mayekawa Europe)
  • Jean Demarteau (Wow Technology)

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Contact

Learn more about the Belgian production technology industry
Get in touch with:

Nathalie Nicolas

nathalie.nicolas@agoria.be

+32 (0)2 706 79 82


BluePoint Brussels

Bd. A. Reyers 80,
1030
Brussels

www.agoria.be