BOAL GROUP SUBSIDIARY WNL LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

BOAL GROUP SUBSIDIARY WNL LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

20 | 01 | 2023

As BOAL Group we are proud to announce the launch of the new website of WNL Horti Insulation: www.wnl-horti-insulation.com. The website offers visitors an overview of the products and services in the field of roof and sidewall systems. These insulation solutions often find their application in the horticulture industry.

The new website has a modern and professional look with a user-friendly interface. Visitors can easily find information about products and services such as sandwich panels, insulation solutions and assembly materials. Also a section for reference projects is available, where visitors can see how WNL's products are applied in practice.

"With the launch of our new website, we want to give our customers a better insight into our products and services. We hope that the website will be a valuable resource for horticulture professionals who are looking for efficient solutions for their premises and greenhouse insulation and climate control ", said Michel van de Groenendaal, Director at WNL.

Offering sustainable solutions is what WNL stands for. You can also find more information about this on our website. Retaining heat and cold longer, or preventing it from entering, is one of the smartest and most sustainable energy solutions available,” adds Gert Hollaar, Director at WNL.

ABOUT WNL

For over 15 years, we have developed, supplied and assembled innovative high-quality insulation systems for roofing and sidewall systems for buildings within the horticulture and adjacent industries.

The materials and construction methods chosen for each project depend on the end user’s requirements, sustainability requirements, costs and aesthetic aspects. We’ll be happy to discuss all the pros and cons of each factor with our customers to help achieve the best possible result. Our customers can rely on us, from the early stages of the design to the practical completion of their projects!

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