LELYSTAD – Certion has joined forces with F&B Group. With this partnership both parties share and broaden their knowledge of the market and different types of wind turbines, both on land and at sea. The new partnership means expansion of service offerings and capacity. The joint goal? To relieve clients of all concerns relating to their turbine(s). From A to Z: from maintenance to disassembly and everything in between. Both companies will continue to work separately and with each other to realize the joint mission: to leave the earth more sustainable, by getting the most out of wind.
“Both Certion and F&B have grown strongly in recent years. Both companies are always looking for opportunities to grow further and to serve clients even better. We have found each other as partners in this. Not only do our expertise and service offerings fit well, but also in terms of culture and methods we are a perfect match. We will continue to explore the possibilities of our new partnership in the coming period,” says Stephan de Lange, Managing Director of Certion.

Sjoerd Bartlema, Managing Director of F&B Group, adds: “We understand that cooperation is essential to further professionalize and to continue to meet the increasingly complex demands of the market. This cooperation offers many opportunities for both parties, colleagues and customers. We are going for growth, that is for sure.”
With fresh energy, the new team looks forward to the future. For the clients of both parties, nothing will change for the time being. The same familiar faces and personal contact, even more expert answers to questions and the best team for the job.

For more information about F&B Group, please visit www.fenbgroup.nl.

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