Grand Opening New Frames Office
The grand opening celebration on September 2nd was visited by many Frames stakeholders such as clients from the oil & gas industry, local business leaders, suppliers and business associates. During several invigorating speeches, among others Dutch Olympic hockey Gold winning coach Marc Lammers elaborated on his experience and thoughts on innovation, team play and motivational methods, explaining that the difference between top sport and corporate management is smaller than meets the eye.
The final opening ceremony was conducted by deputy mayor Bas Eenhoorn of Alphen aan den Rijn, who with the press on a button started a film about the evolution of Frames over the years. Starting in 1983 in an office in Zoeterwoude the Netherlands, Frames has grown into an international company in 2011 with over 300 employees. Having five Business Units in the Netherlands combined with eight International Offices located all over the world, Frames is supplying the global oil & gas industry with innovative, sustainable and high quality systems for nearly three decades.
The location in Alphen aan den Rijn has been chosen specifically because of its optimal location near public transportation, highway and airports to enable Frames visitors and employees fast travelling. The premises provide a comfortable place to work and meet with colleagues and clients, whilst the large capacity allows for undisturbed growth of the BU’s in the coming years.
Source: Frames, September 7, 2011