Case Companies 2020

Facilicom Group is a family business. Typically Dutch at heart and on a scale that is nothing short of impressive. Working together on an inspiring living environment for everyone. “That is our mission: it is why we are here. And we are far from finished.”

The companies that together form the Facilicom Group are all leading players in their industry. “Through our four divisions – Gom, Trigion, Facilicom Solutions and Incluzio – we focus on facility services and care and welfare, in which customer excellence is key. We work together with our clients to find solutions to the issues they have to deal with. And you can be sure we deliver.”

Facilicom Group puts people first. Organisations are our clients, but it is always the people you do it for.  And we believe doing business should be done responsibly and always with a focus on people. It is therefore hardly surprising that we like to underscore this with the core promise of our brand: happy people make happy people.

The sectors we are active in are cleaning, integrated facilities services, security, catering and hospitality, and care and welfare. As the parent company, we are the link and driving force for realising an inspiring environment in all aspects. In addition to the Netherlands, Facilicom Group is also active in Belgium, the United Kingdom and Ireland.

For more information about Facilicom Group, visit their website.


Arcadis is the leading global Design & Consultancy firm for natural and built assets. By applying deep market sector insights and collective design, consultancy, engineering, project and management services Arcadis works in partnership with their clients to deliver exceptional and sustainable outcomes throughout the lifecycle of their natural and built assets.

28,000 professionals work for Arcadis, active in over 70 countries generating €3.5 billion in revenues. Arcadis supports UN-Habitat with knowledge and expertise to improve the quality of life in rapidly growing cities around the world.

For more information about Arcadis, visit the website.


The port of Rotterdam is Europe’s largest sea port. The port owes its leading position to its outstanding accessibility for sea-going vessels. In addition, the port of Rotterdam creates direct and indirect employment for some 385,000 people, in businesses throughout the Netherlands. A place where unlimited ambitions can become reality.

‘We are not living in an era of change, but we are living through the change of an era.’

As one of the world’s leading ports, Rotterdam harbours the ambition of being the ‘smartest port’. The Port of Rotterdam Authority is embracing the energy transition, digitisation and innovations as an opportunity for making logistics chains that pass through Rotterdam more efficient, more reliable and hence more competitive. If it were up to Rotterdam, autonomous ships would be docking in the port by 2030.

The objective of the Port of Rotterdam Authority is to enhance the port’s competitive position as a logistics hub and world-class industrial complex. Not only in terms of size, but also with regard to quality. The core tasks of the Port Authority are to develop, manage and exploit the port in a sustainable way and to deliver speedy and safe services for shipping.

For more information about Port of Rotterdam, visit their website.