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1957: Building of the first refrigerator with electrical cooling rooms at the Wellenstraat in Borgloon. 1960: Planting of the first half-standard trees and building of the first refrigerator at the St. Truidersteenweg in Borgloon. 1966: Planting of 35 ha half-standard apple and pear trees in Gutschoven. 1970: Take-over of 20 ha half-standard apple and pear trees in Alt-Hoeselt. 1974: End of apple and pear cultivation on standard trees. 1976: Building of the first warehouse and refrigerators at the Neremstraat in Borgloon. 1976-1988: 4 sons join the fruit company - Hendrik en Jos Derwael; sons of Michel Derwael - Tony en Gaston Derwael; sons of Willy Derwael 1991: Building of the second warehouse at the Neremstraat in Borgloon. 1992: Switch to environment-friendly cultivation method, 'integrated cultivation'. 1994: Establishment of Bel'export; export company for fruit and vegetables. First exports start. 1999: First certificates ( HACCP hygiene standard) obtained. 2000: ISO quality label. 2000: Take-over of 28 ha half-standard apple and pear trees in Bovenistier (Waremme). 2001: Building of the third warehouse at the Neremstraat in Borgloon. - Storage of harvest, sorting and sales according to the 'Eurepgap' demands. - More focus on retail packaging. 2003: BRC health certificate obtained. 2003: Extension packing unit to small-scale packages. 2004: IFS health certificate. 2005: Building of the fourth and fifth warehouse at the Neremstraat in Borgloon AIM: To double the sorting and packing capacity and to increase the cool-store capacity by 50%. Future: Together with a team of enthusiastic and competent people, we aim at a steady grow and an even better quality and service.
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