12Dec 2018

The end of another year is fast approaching and we would like to look back at some of our unique developments and most remarkable packaging designs and share them with you. Philips Lighting For Philips Lighting, now Signify BV, we designed a unique demo case. In this specific situation, it was important to demonstrate our […]

06Dec 2018

It is to be expected that Faes Cases is represented at interesting exhibitions and fairs. This year, we were at the Medica Trade Fair and the Precision Fair where we were represented with our own stand. We are looking back at two very successful fairs. Carlo Leijten and Corné van de Voort, who attended both […]

03Dec 2018

Faes Cases has been a sponsor of Team Rembrandts for several years now. They are a ‘Robotics teams’ and compete in an international technology competition. As their equipment sponsor, we are currently collaborating in designing a flight case. It is our responsibility to protect the robot whilst being transported to America. Our contact, Harold Pijs, […]

06Nov 2018

We are honoured to announce that Faes Cases has been the supplier of the cases for the MOD’s Titaan project since May 2004. TITAAN is an acronym for ‘Theatre Independent Tactical Adaptive Armed Forces Network’ and is a network solution for both army and air force. This solution allows them to build a robust and reliable network for the […]

20Oct 2018

In April 2018, VDL ETG Projects announced their participation in building the world’s largest telescope; the ELT. VDL then approached Faes Cases to collaborate in this prestigious project. Faes Cases is going to provide a packaging solution for the 936 mirrors that will form the segmented primary mirror with a diameter of 39 meters. Every […]

28Sep 2018

An estimated 300,000 people in the Netherlands struggle with PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). Amongst those, thousands suffer from severe nightmares, the constant reliving of memories and experience dangerous clinical levels of distress on a daily basis. As a result, they tend to avoid social interaction and sometimes refuse to leave home altogether. In May, Peter […]