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Take-over Appel Beton

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Take-over Bouwmaterialenhandel Rijnmond

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Ready Beton full part De Hoop Terneuzen

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Bouwcenter Logus-De Hoop moved from Breskens to Oostburg

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Foundation CascoTotaal

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Take-over Verlegh Bouwmaterialen

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Foundation Betoncentrale West-Brabant (fusion BC De Schelde and BC De Mark)

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Mr R. Dikker – Member of the Board of Directors

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On 2 July 2012, Mr R. Dikker is appointed as Member of the Board of Directors of De Hoop Terneuzen.

 

From that date onwards he forms the Board of Directors together with Mr J.P.G. van der Peijl.

Take-over Bouwmaterialenhandel Rijnmond

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One hundred years of De Hoop Terneuzen

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On 29 November 2011 the family business De Hoop Terneuzen exists one hundred years.

 

To celebrate the centenary an anniversary logo is designed with the accompanying slogan: "one hundred years experience in building". This logo can now be found on various communications such as stationery, website and our vehicles.

Take-over Sterk Beton

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Take-over Instal Advies (now: Logus Prefab)

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Foundation Zand- en Grindhandel Bergen op Zoom

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Mr J.P.G. van der Peijl – Chairman of the Board of Directors

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On 1 July 2007, Mr J.P.G. van der Peijl is proposed as Chairman of the Board of Directors of De Hoop Terneuzen.

Retirement Mr J. Hoekman

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On 1 July 2007, Mr J. Hoekman retires and hands over the Chairman’s hammer of the Board of Directors of De Hoop Terneuzen to Mr J.P.G. van der Peijl.

 

In 1984, Mr J. Hoekman is appointed Member of the Board of Directors. After Mr G.K. van der Peijl’s retirement in 2004, Mr J. Hoekman is acting-Chairman in the last three years.

Take-over Oosterbosch De Leeuw (now Logus Roozendaal)

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Retirement Mr G.K. van der Peijl

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On 1 July 2004, Mr G.K. van der Peijl, who is then Chairman of the Board of Directors, retires. Mr J. Hoekman takes over his role and forms the Board of Directors together with Mr J.P.G. van der Peijl.

 

Mr G.K. van der Peijl is one of the four members of the first Board of Directors that was instated at De Hoop Terneuzen in 1968. Eight years later, in 1976, he is appointed as Chairman.

Mr J.P.G. van der Peijl – Member of the Board of Directors

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On 16 May 2003, Mr J.P.G. van der Peijl (fourth generation Van der Peijl family) becomes a member of the Board of Directors of De Hoop Terneuzen.

Start activities BetonBouwService De Hoop

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Logus: umbrella term for all building material activities

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Logus is the umbrella name under which various subsidiary companies of De Hoop Terneuzen gathered in 2002.

 

From 2007 onwards, all De Hoop’s building material stores carry the name Logus. In the Logus companies, 220 employees give expert advice to clients on a daily basis.

Take-over Ready Beton

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Take-over Mermans Beton

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Retirement Mr B. sc. J.M. de Feyter

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Mr B Sc J.M. de Feyter retired in 2001. At that time he was Member of the Board of Directors of De Hoop Terneuzen, together with Mr G.K. van der Peijl (Chairman) and Mr J. Hoekman.

 

Mr B Sc J.M. de Feyter was appointed as Member of the Board in 1987.

Participation Pilaar (now: Logus Goes)

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Take-over Big Boss (start Gamma Oostburg)

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Take-over Zand- en Grindhandel Waalwijk (previously: De Rooy)

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Take-over Pekso (now: De Hoop Pekso)

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Implementation sector structure

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Mid-1996 the sector structure was implemented and it is still used today.

 

Sectors:

  1. Raw Building Material Sector
  2. Concrete Mortar Sector
  3. Concrete Products Sector
  4. Building Material Sector
  5. DIY Sector

Take-over Gévier (now: Gévier-Dales)

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Take-over Schokindustrie

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Afdeling Handel (Trade Department) becomes De Hoop Handel (now: De Hoop Bouwgrondstoffen (building materials))

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In preparation for the implementation of the sector structure (in 1996), various commercial departments of De Hoop Terneuzen are made into independent limited companies.

 

The Trade Department is the last of these, it is altered into De Hoop Handel in 1995 and is changed to the trading name De Hoop Bouwgrondstoffen which is the name by which it is known today.

Afdeling Bouwmaterialen (Building Material Department) becomes De Hoop Bouw- en Afbouwmaterialen (now: Logus-De Hoop)

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In preparation for the implementation of the sector structure (in 1996), various commercial departments of De Hoop Terneuzen are made into independent limited companies.

 

The Building Material Department is the third of these, it continues under the name De Hoop Bouw- en Afbouwmaterialen. This name is used until all building material activities are gathered under the name Logus in 2002.

Take-over Pelt & Hooykaas

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Foundation Gamma Terneuzen

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Afdeling Betonwaren (Department of Concrete Products) becomes De Hoop Betonwaren (now: De Hoop Pekso)

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In preparation for the implementation of the sector structure (in 1996), various commercial departments of De Hoop Terneuzen are made into independent limited companies.

 

The Building Material Department is the second of these in 1993. It continues under the name of De Hoop Betonwaren.


In 2008 De Hoop Betonwaren merges with Pekso from Oosterhout. This merger results in the companies continuing under the name of De Hoop Pekso.

Foundation Trablo

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Participation Fassaert Beton

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Afdeling Betonmortel (Department of Concrete Mortar) becomes De Hoop Betonmortel

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In preparation for the implementation of the sector structure (in 1996), various commercial departments of De Hoop Terneuzen are made into independent limited companies.

 

The Department of Concrete Mortar is the first of these and goes by the name of De Hoop Betonmortel from then on.

Take-over Rova Beheer

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Take-over Woittiez (now: Bouwcenter Logus-De Hoop, vestiging Breskens)

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Euromin is founded

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Take-over Haringman Betonwaren

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75 years De Hoop Terneuzen

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In November 1986 De Hoop Terneuzen celebrates its 75th anniversary.

 

A fantastic milestone in the history of the organisation with a year full of festivities.

Participation Megamix Zeeland

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Take-over Bleijko

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Take-over Pit Beton Heipalenfabriek

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Participation Cugla

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The main office is moved to Duitslandweg, Terneuzen

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Over time it becomes clear that our office no longer has sufficient capacity to house the staff, therefore a new main office is built.

 

In December 1980 the office is moved from the old locations on the Stationsweg to the new building on the harbour site. The official opening of the office on the Duitslandweg takes place on 27 March 1981.

Structure change NV De Hoop - De Hoop Terneuzen BV

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Partly due to changes in corporate law and the implementation of the so-called statutory two-tier companies it was decided to make a structural change in 1972.

 

The well-known PLC (Private Limited Company) was replaced by a Ltd (Limited Company).

Start production system floors (now part of De Hoop Pekso)

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Foundation Betoncentrale De Mark (now Betoncentrale West-Brabant)

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Installation first Board of Directors

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In 1968 the management of the organisation is changed. It is no longer led by a director but by a ‘Board of Directors’.

 

The first Board of Directors had four members namely:

  • Jan Gerrit van der Peijl
  • Jan van der Peijl, M. Sc
  • Jacobus Simons
  • Govert Krijn van der Peijl

Foundation Breskens Beton (now: De Hoop Betonmortel, situated in Breskens)

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50 years De Hoop Terneuzen

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Start Betonmortelcentrale Terneuzen

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By mid 1960 the building world comes to the conclusion that it is more efficient to produce concrete in the desired proportions at one central location. From this central plant mortar can be taken to each building site.

 

De Hoop is one of the first to participate in these developments and they build a concrete mortar plant at the Stationsweg in Terneuzen. It is a so-called 'dry centre' with a capacity of 50 m³per hour. The installation had three storage silos for sand and gravel and two cement silos.

 

In these concrete mortar plants the raw material is only weighed not mixed before it enters the mixer truck.

Foundation VTO

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Take-over Satic

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Start-up harbour company (now part of De Hoop Bouwgrondstoffen)

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Logo is designed

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The building of the Terneuzen II was the direct cause for the development of an own ‘office flag’, as it was called.

 

At the advice of shipyard ‘Gebroeders Paans’ in Roodevaart close to the Moerdijk area, it was decided to have a Brons Appingedammer motor built in. The engineer-salesperson of the Brons noted that N.V. De Hoop did not yet have their own flag and suggested he make a design.

 

The result was the flag that we can still see flying on the ships that sail for De Hoop although there have been some minor alterations. The anchor symbolises the concept of ‘Hoop’ (´hope´ in English) and the arrows symbolise the family name Van der Peijl (Peijl means arrow). The blue background is an obvious link with water.

Govert Frederik Pieter van der Peijl

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The history of De Hoop Terneuzen starts in 1911. The foundations were laid by Govert Frederik Pieter van der Peijl who took over his father’s lime and building material trade in 1907.

 

In 1908 he got married and his wife Cornelia van der Have joined the business. It became necessary soon to expand the capital and in 1911 the Private Limited Company ‘De Hoop’ was founded in the third harbour city of the Netherlands.