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We are fully dedicated to laundry services
We are Nedlin. We are fully dedicated to laundry services. Our ambition is to do things better every day, because we know it is possible. What’s more, we believe it is necessary. It is better for our clients, our employees and our environment.
Perform better together
Of course, we are happy to tell you all about the services we provide. However, the best way to start a successful partnership is with a pleasant introduction. Read our magazine to discover more about who we are and what we do.
Brotherly love and guest experience at Beaumont
Leading successful careers in the hospitality industry in Australia and New York, it was a strange thought that Christophe and Jean-Marc Beaumont would one day continue the life's work of their father. However, this thought became a reality. Joining the company in 2012, the two finally took over the reins from their father in 2014. They now manage Hotel Beaumont in Maastricht and its restaurant, Harry's, named after their father Harrie. Below is an interview with the two brothers, who reveal the ups and downs of this 105-year-old family company.
Always focused on quality
Nedlin does not make any compromises when it comes to quality. Director Stef de Win and Hospitality Production Manager Björn Frijns discuss perfectionism, light panels, and peanut butter. 'Our strength lies in the fact that we deliver consistent quality 365 days a year,' stresses De Win straight away. 'We do what we promise, regardless of how busy it is. That is something that really sets us apart.'
Three generations driven by progress
Nedlin is celebrating its 65th anniversary in 2017. The De Win family has been at the helm of this family-owned business for three generations. Following in the footsteps of their grandfather Jeu and their father Erik, the De Win brothers Stef and Luuk have been running the laundry company since 2001. Erik still works for the company behind the scenes, acting as a sounding board. What does Nedlin’s 65th anniversary mean to the father and sons? And is the drive to succeed really in their genes?