WE ARE COMMITED TO GIVE
THE BEST FOR OUR CUSTOMERS,
OUR EMPLOYEES AND
CONSTRUCTION OF NEW SARAWAK BELUX OFFICE & LOGISTICS CENTRE HAS STARTED!
Sarawak Belux is building a new office and logistics centre on the West Gate business park in the Gossetlaan in Groot-Bijgaarden (Dilbeek).
Sustainable and circular construction
We have just started the works for the realization of a new headquarters with logistics centre. The building will be located on the West Gate business park and will have a total surface area of 3,464 m². On the ground floor there will be a warehouse with the space for a retail lab. The upper floors will house the commercial departments, the Sarawak Academy and the back-office.
During construction, much attention will be paid to sustainability and the environment. The Head office will be a sustainable BEN (near-zero energy) building. Among other things, there will be solar panels, rainwater will be recovered as much as possible and all office spaces will have climate ceilings for heating. Furthermore, the building will also be constructed in a modular and circular fashion, which means that material can be recycled or re-used in case of any renovation work.
“As a company, we want to put more effort into sustainable business. The move towards a near-zero energy building is a first step and furthermore all company cars ordered from 2022 onwards will be electric or hybrid.” said Guy Maindiaux, President of the Sarawak Group.
“The move to our new headquarters is a fantastic opportunity for the company. Our services are now going to be even more aligned as we will now all operate under one roof.” Thierry De Rouck, Managing Director Sarawak Belux
“There is also plenty of room to expand the business further. The addition of the Sarawak Academy (where we will offer sales, grooming, make-up and product training) and the new logistics space (equipped with the latest technologies, eco-friendly and with 25% more storage space) are a real added value.” says Wim Wauters, Managing Director Sarawak Belux
Sarawak expects to move into the new buildings just after the summer, in order to be ready for a busy end-of year period in the best possible conditions.