Centralpoint has relocated its Belgium headquarters to a brand-new office in Aarschot.
The reseller's Belgium branch has moved just nine kilometres from its previous premises in Rotselaar. The new site consists of 600 square metres of office space.
Speaking to Computable, Centralpoint's MD Luuk Slaats said the need for a new office came after the merger between Infotheek, Centralpoint and Scholten Awater in 2017 which successfully completed last year.
Once the merger completed, the three companies were merged under the Centralpoint brand.
Slaats said he now has plans to double the Belgium branch's business within the next three years as the Dutch reseller begins to benefit from its larger size.
Infotheek's chairman, Lars Pettersson, is now CEO of the company. His appointment follows the departure of interim CEO Harald Werner who took over after former CEO Hans Daniels resigned in March.
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