Mol Cargo in Tiel opts for retaining walls as terrain fencing
International transport company, Mol Cargo in Tiel recently expanded. Loon- en Grondverzetbedrijf Bongers approached Bosch Beton for the right retaining walls for terrain fencing.
Bongers Loon- en Grondverzetbedrijf contacted us for terrain fencing when Mol Cargo was expanding. We placed retaining walls of 2.5 and 3 metres high at the project in Tiel, over a length of almost 260 metres. Where our crane truck could reach easily, most of the retaining walls were placed directly from the truck. Both family companies, Bongers and Bosch Beton have worked together previously on other projects.
Transport company Mol B.V. was established in Buren in 1934 with a focus on transporting sand and gravel. Thirty-five years later, they expanded to transport newspapers and magazines and the company became international. The third generation is now at the helm and Mol Cargo has grown to become an international transport company. The company relocated from Buren to Tiel in 2005.
PROJECT IN THE PICTURE
Schenk Recycling enclosed by retaining walls
The grounds of waste manager Schenk Recycling are surrounded by concrete retaining walls from Bosch Beton as a stable boundary condition, paved with stelcon plates and fitted with drainage gutters and pits
Goods stored out of sight and secure in Tynaarlo
Kick barriers applied as site separation and security at Hamstra International salvage company in Tynaarlo.
Terrain fencing at BBQ manufacturer, Napoleon Grills in Tiel
Retaining walls serve as a site divider at the distribution centre of BBQ manufacturer Napoleon Grills in Tiel.