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About us Often, a single part is not all there is to it.
MULTIFIX was founded in 1988 by its owner Arthur Burgmans as a trading company for fasteners. Since then, the company has grown from a local trading company into an international company that supplies fasteners, customised metal and plastic components, harnesses and that creates mechatronic assemblies. Want to know more?Scroll
Then and now
The MULTIFIX Group unites the Fasteners, Specials and Assembly product groups. It is a true family business with ambitious plans for the future that strives to deliver top quality to all its customers. Whether nationally or internationally. With its team of over 394 passionate, professional and proud employees, the company pursues continued growth together. For the clients that MULTIFIX is incredibly proud of. These include manufacturing companies that are active in food processing, truck & trailer construction and the agricultural sector. It also works together with companies that make stair lifts and systems for bus doors. MULTIFIX is always looking for great partners and wonderful colleagues.
MULTIFIX Group and its employees stand for a better world. Only together can we achieve this. From the working environment to the environment; we take responsibility. Read more about our CSR policy via the button below.
Core values and sponsorships
United, ambitious, reliable, involved and responsible. These are the core values that are central to the MULTIFIX Group.
Making a positive contribution is something that each of our employees feels is extremely important. That is why MULTIFIX also likes to do its part through sponsorships. As long as it benefits an educational, social or local cause, of course!
Have you got a sponsorship request? Then please contact email@example.com.
Did you know that MULTIFIX has its own ‘KempenTech’ workshop? The initiative was launched in response to a growing need among companies to cooperate with educational institutions. The goal is to ultimately create better connections between education and the manufacturing industry.
In support of the workshop, an introductory video has been recorded with Dennis and Nina. Getting curious? You'll soon be able to watch the video here.
“We are committed to connectedness every step of the way. In fact, this is true of all our products; at times unseen perhaps, but crucial within the big picture.”Video