HISTORY

HALL11

2016 - Pharma HAL 11

Opening Pharma HAL 11 (Willebroek)

HAL10

2015 - Opening HAL 10

Opening HAL 10 (Willebroek)

ISO9001

2015 - ISO 9001 Certificate

Certification

2015-ISO-14001

2015 - ISO 14001 Certificate

Certification

AEO

2014 - AEO Certificate

Certification

2014-E-logistics

2014 - E-Logistics

Start E-Logistics

2013-AEO-MVO-Charter

2013 - CSR Charter

Certification

2012-Zonnepanalen

2012 - Solar Panels

ODTH starts using solar panels

 

 

2010-service-center-willebroek

2010 - Service Centre Willebroek

Start-up ODTH 2nd (expansion) Service Centre Willebroek Site (new distribution centre)

 

2008-volautomatisch-magazijn

2008 - Fully Autom. Warehouse

Start-up of Manipulation Centre Mechelen Site Start-up of Magic Black Box Project Rumst Site BNL Service Centre

2006-SAP-integratie

2006 - SAP Integration

ODTH SAP implementation phase 1

ODTH buys new site in Mechelen (50,000 m² of land)

2003-service-center-willebroek

2003 - Service Centre Willebroek

Start-up of ODTH Service Centre Willebroek Site
(new site & new distribution centre)

 

1989-service-center-rumst

1989 - Service Centre Rumst

Start-up of ODTH BNL Service Centre Rumst Site
 

1951-jos-de-wael

Jos De Wael was the first of 6 children born into the entrepreneurial family De Wael-Van Dievel, the second generation of transport company Van Dievel.

 

After several years working in the family business, Jos De Wael started his own business, Vebepal. He had noted that in the transport process, unusable wooden pallets were being discarded, although they were perfectly capable of repair. Thus, pallet recycling company Vebepal was born. The hangars at Vebepal that were used to repair pallets were sporadically used to temporarily stock goods. Demand for storage was continually increasing, which led Jos to the idea of buying a site and building a storage warehouse in Rumst, near the E19 motorway and centrally located between Antwerp and Brussels. P&G was its first customer, and remains the largest customer to this day.

1951 - Jos De Wael