In a world where space is a scarce and valuable asset, we dedicate ourselves to help organisations to use space in the most efficient and effective way. As the footprint reduction company we achieve this by providing space creating solutions that contribute to a sustainable planet.
We are climate neutral in our own operations (scope 1 & 2) and committed to reach net zero (scope 3) by latest 2045
Did you know?
According to the United Nations*, the construction of buildings and its operations account for nearly 40% of the world’s annual CO2 emissions. The use of our space creating solutions reduces the physical footprint needed and with that the use of natural resources. Less space needed means less costs and has a huge impact on the environmental footprint.
THE USE OF OUR SPACE CREATING SOLUTIONS
Reduces the physical footprint needed for storage up to 75%.
Reduces the amount of building materials used up to 54%.
Contributes to savings up to 50% on energy costs for heating and cooling.
Contributes to savings up to 90% on energy costs for lighting through efficient aisle lighting.
to our planet
We apply best practises in energy and water stewardship, combined with great attention to material health. Our commitment is to continue to be the most sustainable producer in our industry, improving the planet and the wellbeing of every individual using our solutions.
We call this: creating space for a healthy planet.
boijmans van beuningen, rotterdam
objects are safely
and permanently stored
The rectangular solutions of Bruynzeel had to find a place within the special spherical shape of the museum. And in such a way that the available space was used optimally. Only with a sophisticated layout can you store 151,000 artefacts of all shapes and sizes in the available space. Bruynzeel has been entrusted with that.
A sustainable vegetable farm in Paris
Bruynzeel supplies the French company Champerché with high density mobile shelving systems for the cultivation of vegetables in vacant buildings. Vertical farming makes it possible to grow almost any type of crop indoors, anywhere in the world. The long-term goal is to help the Paris region become self-sufficient by growing high-quality fresh food that is produced in the most sustainable way.