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Since 1989, Paul Meijering Metalen has been supplying pipes, flanges and fittings in stainless steel and special alloys from Zaltbommel, the Netherlands. Our wide and high-quality range consists of more than 11,000 articles such as pipes, sheets and components in eight different grades. Our stock is constantly maintained. This allows us to deliver immediately. Coupled with the short lines in our organisation, we can serve our business partners quickly and efficiently. Material certificates are even sent by email prior to delivery.
‘Listening carefully to our customers allows us to work with them during the entire process: from the procurement of materials up to and including their application.'
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Telefoonnummer +31 (0)418 576070
Founded in 1989 More than 30 years of experience!
We export pipes and components to more than 55 countries on a daily basis.
95% of all orders leave our premises the same day. Carefully packaged, labelled and shipped by carriers that stand for quality.
In addition to holding a standard inventory, we are equipped for customisation, special alloys and various grades and sizes
We are fans of
We believe our work is important and we are passionate about what we do. There is, however, more that gets our blood pumping: as an avid supporter and sponsor, we support racer Renzo van Emmerik in the 1000cc Cup, and a good game of basketball from the Orange Lions, we like a lot. In the meantime, we are also a fan of 3x3 basketball, which will be added to the Olympic Games since 2020. Also participants of the 1/8 annual recreational triathlon in Zaltbommel, we bear a warm heart. We like to share our passions; we would like to invite you as our guest to attend a race or match.
After earning his first podium place in 2017 Renzo van Emmerik is motivated also in 2018 again in his BMW to start in the Dutch Championship in 1000 SuperCup. From March to September, this racer will regularly be going around the circuit of Assen to make his racing dream come true. As a proud sponsor, we will be making a racing bus available to this young talent. After having been close to the stage three times before, it has now succeeded during De 501 van Assen on July 14, 2018. Renzo has achieved a third place with his temporary teammates Joey Louwes and Rinze Luimstra, a great achievement in a field of no less than 56 registered teams.Would you like to know more about Renzo?
To accomplish the 1/8th triathlon with a good result, three core values are of vital importance: good condition, perseverance and a focus on results. Paul Meijering Metalen identifies with these values. Just as our company is working continuously to a crisp (work/sports) environment and we aim for the best quality. As a sponsor we contribute every year our part.More about the 1/8 thriatlon?
A new Olympic sports 3x3 Basketball - starting 2020 in Tokyo, that makes us happy! For this reason we support the Dutch men and women selections. We have also started as a logistics partner of the Dutch Basketball Association (NBB) since the beginning of May 2018 and we arrange transport to and from the Streetballmasters locations. Streetballmasters is a great way to give everyone the opportunity to play sports, young and old. In the weekend of the 20th and 21th of July the finals will be held in Amsterdam.More about 3x3 Basketball...
The Orange Lions work on the future of the Dutch basketball. The program for the national team is given shape in a professional way. Meanwhile, the basketball players are preparing themselves for the final qualifying rounds for the 2019 World Cup in China. The Orange Lions are in the second qualifying series. Holland will meet Poland on Thursday 29 November in the Maaspoort in 's-Hertogenbosch. Tickets are available at www.oranjebasketball.com. Reduced rates apply to families, youth and teams. With the support of all Dutch basketball enthusiasts, it should be possible to realize a placement for the World Cup.More about the Orange Lions