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Bulk is an independent magazine for entrepreneursand executives in the bulk solids processing industry in the Benelux

Bulk.today is the English version of bulkgids.nl. Both websites are linked to Vakblad Bulk and focus on professionals in the solids processing and handling industry. Both websites provide daily news, acting as indispensable sources of current, relevant information.

For companies in The Netherlands and Belgium
The English site is introduced because of the increasing internationalization of the process industry. Also many Dutch manufacturers of machinery and equipment find their sales markets predominantly abroad, switching to English as their company language. Bulk.today responds to this development.
This means that Dutch companies can offer their English press-releases for a direct placement on Bulk.today. These news items find on Bulk.today a global stage for a specific market. This often leads to new contacts, enabeling Dutch companies to expand their networks and markets. Besides, the editors of Bulk.today will translate the English press-releases into Dutch for publication on bulkgids.nl, for the domestic market.

For companies abroad
On the other hand Bulk.today provides companies abroad access to a clearly defined Western European market. This because Bulk.today focuses on the solids processing and handling industry in the Benelux, Germany and the United Kingdom. Bulk.today for instance covers in particular the Western European trade shows and reports on European developments in laws and regulations. Moreover Bulk.today presents a suppliers directory of more than one thousand mostly Dutch and Belgian companies, including their product ranges. This makes Bulk.today very interesting for foreign companies seeking outlets in the Western European market. These foreign companies use bulk.today to see what developments and trends, and also which organizations and institutions can help them penetrating the Western European market, especially in The Netherlands and Belgium.