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New Premises Roland DG

Roland DG has moved its Belgian headquarters from Oevel to Geel. The company has established its new headquarters in a building complex on the Bell-Telephonelaan, close to the E313. “The new building provides us with spacious, open offices and a modern showroom. It is a pleasant working environment for our 30 Belgian employees, and it also provides work space for visiting colleagues,” reports President Gregory Bilsen.

In recent years, Roland DG has gone through quite a growth spurt. In order to be able to continue this trend and to prepare for the future, the company decided to move to a larger building located several kilometres from the old location. “The new building – just like the old one – is located along the E313, an important traffic artery in Belgium. It is important that we are easily accessible to our customers and partners and that our employees do not have to travel too far,” explains Gregory Bilsen.

The new building houses offices, meeting rooms, a showroom, a training facility and a technical area. And, for visiting colleagues, flexible work areas have been provided. “We have created a working environment that reflects our image as an innovative and creative market leader. We chose a modern design with a great deal of glass and wood elements as well as colour accents, because pleasant work areas invite collaboration. We also have a spacious training area, where the Roland DG Academy training courses are organized. We will continue to expand our training offerings for the end customers and the dealers, so that people can continue to learn about their machine and its application possibilities at regular intervals,” announces Gregory Bilsen.

The new address is: Bell-Telephonelaan 2G, B-2440 Geel. The general telephone number remains the same: +32 14 57 59 11.

Creative Center

The new showroom has become a true Creative Center where the machines as well as numerous creative applications are demonstrated. Here, visitors can be inspired to discover new possibilities.

Customers who would like to visit the new Creative Center are invited to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.or +32 14 57 59 11.