Eindhoven’s family business Lotec ‘Hofleverancier’

This weekend, Eindhoven family company Lotec was granted the Dutch Royal Warrent ‘Hofleverancier‘.

Royal families of several European countries grant such special warrants. In the Netherlands, ‘purveyor to the court’ (hofleverancier) is awarded to businesses which have existed for at least 100 years. The firms also need to have an excellent reputation. Companies need not actually supply goods to the Dutch court.

The King’s Commissioner of North Brabant, Wim van de Donk, presented the warrant. ‘Hofleverancier‘ is one of the oldest Royal Warrents of the Netherlands. Firms who are ‘hofleverancier‘ often display a coat of arms of a member of the Dutch royal family.

Lotec was established over 175 years ago. The company developed from local copper hammer mill into a regional plumbing plant. Later, Lotec became a specialist in water treatment.

The company now provides treatment plants for hundreds of swimming pools in both the Netherlands and Belgium. This involves developing and placing technical installations. The firm also takes care of maintenance and management of water technology of municipal swimming pools, institutions for the handicapped, rehabilitation centers and wellness resorts.

Lotec has become market leader in this specific niche for the complete Benelux.

Source: Studio 040


Translator: Kate

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