Over one hundred years’ experience
Soon after the company was founded in 1881, De Gruijter was given the task of moving the court of King Willem III from The Hague to Het Loo Palace. This was our first ‘royal’ assignment but certainly not the last. Other members of the royal family soon called upon our services. By the turn of the twentieth century we had ushered several members of the House of Orange-Nassau into their new homes, and always to their complete satisfaction. In 1920, this earned the company a very special honour in the form of a royal warrant. Henceforth, we would be known as ‘Royal De Gruijter’. It is a privilege bestowed on very few Dutch companies and one that brings a special responsibility for quality and service. After all, noblesse oblige!
A company that has been awarded the royal warrant is subject to regular audits and inspections to ensure that it remains worthy of the title. Royal De Gruijter attaches great importance to quality, in keeping with the obligations that its “Royal” title brings. Its customers are assured of a personal service, provided by staff who are driven by a passion for their profession and maintain the very highest level of integrity.
“Empathy, reliability and service are our trademark. We provide you with top service. Your satisfaction is the crowning glory of our work.”