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Freshfilter and BMAIR join forces and merge as of 2024

The right to work in clean air in a polluted work environment has been the ambition of Freshfilter and BMAir for years. Starting from January 2024, both parties will no longer compete but instead collaborate to achieve this in the Netherlands and the rest of Europe.

With a new European standard on the horizon, BMAir and Freshfilter are joining forces to protect machine operators from polluted air in the work environment, just as they have done in the Netherlands. CEO of BMAir, Huib van den Berg, stated, “We are proud and excited to announce our collaboration with the innovative, customer-oriented, and ambitious team at Freshfilter. Both companies share the intrinsic motivation to ensure that machine operators can work safely, healthily, and productively in environments with polluted air.” After the merger, starting January 2024, the companies will operate jointly under the name BMAir International B.V. Former CEO of Freshfilter, Guido Mols, added, “The companies complement each other excellently in their expertise. By pooling knowledge, skills, and experience, we can focus more on innovation while maintaining the highest quality standards. We are developing products that are easy for customers to install, modular, and continuously monitor safety and air quality.” It is clear that BMAir and Freshfilter are joining forces to introduce new developments as early as 2024, with the new European standard guiding their efforts. The merger is expected to lead to significant progress, particularly in terms of the safety and quality of protective ventilation systems.

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