Te Booy supports and strengthens its customers’ position with smart, product-oriented and/or logistic solutions and improvements. The (assembled) metal or plastic products betray many years of experience and expertise in the field of technical innovation, supplemented with a good dose of common sense. Te Booy is a partner that will pro-actively think along with you – a partner you can rely on.
Quality and craftsmanship
It goes without saying that expertise is as important to us as our continuous focus on quality. Indeed, our company owes its steady growth since its establishment in 1955 in part to our expertise. Here at Te Booy, we see our employees as the mainstays of our company. Expert, competent and committed people who are inventive in their work and are motivated by curiosity and a strong focus on innovation and improvement. People who know how to combine a proactive approach with team spirit. These qualities are still important now that our company has reached its present size, and all our employees are encouraged to develop them further. This way, and also by offering training courses and internships, Te Booy retains and recruits competent professionals.
Expertise thrives on good means of production. Our CNC machine tools may be termed reasonably unique by Dutch and European standards. Our team aims to maximise our capacity and our options through smart improvements and adjustments. This we do on the basis of knowledge and skills, experience, inventiveness and common sense. Te Booy’s expertise is at your service.
The driving force throughout Te Booy’s history of more than sixty years has always been our desire to continually optimise our production process. What started off in a small factory behind the family home is now, in 2017, being done in production halls with a total area of just under four thousand square metres. Back in 1955, the company’s founder Mr A. Th. te Booij (Antoon) started manufacturing series of simple products using only one lathe, of the Myford Engineering Company. The workforce rapidly increased, as did the number of machines and the range of customers and markets. The construction, in 1968, of the first production hall (with an area of two hundred and fifty square metres) at the present site marked a major advance in professionalism. In the 1980s and 90s, Te Booy evolved from a jobber into a professional partner in business. New processing methods and machines, and also quality assurance became integral parts of the company’s business process.
When Antoon died in 1988, his son Hans te Booij and his daughter-in-law Francina te Booij-Massop continued the family business. In 2010 the third generation joined the company. Toby and Bob te Booij are determined to continue the business’s quality and expertise, and to be that same partner you can rely on in the future, too.