Dutch assembler significantly ramps up capacity on back of Far-Eastern e-Bike anti-dumping news

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BG Holland B.V. has today announced that it has significantly expanded its assembly and storage to meet surging demand for European electric bike trade.

Recent turbulence in the market relating to anti-dumping tariffs on Chinese electric bikes has apparently seen interest in European assembly of electric bikes surge, according to the firm.

Managing director Frank Klemann: “We responded quickly to the coming anti-dumping rules and have realised a large new facility in which we can handle our customers’ assembly needs with short lead times. Because of our large storage facilities we are able to respond quickly to almost any market request, no matter the volumes.”

Klemann reports having already seen a significant uptick in custom from international customers looking to relocate their assembly to Europe. Anticipating new rules on imports from the Far-East, the Dutch Tulipbikes Group-owned business operates out of Maastricht in the south.

To keep tabs on the anti-dumping case currently with the EU, check in with CI.N’s coverage to date here.

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