We simply deliver
Through a highly motivated workforce, excellent customer service and a focus on circularity and re-use of resources, we aim to reduce our CO2 footprint and provide complete peace of mind to our customers; both with regards to their logistical challenges and their increasingly important sustainability goals.
A short history of our company
The Faber Halbertsma story began in 1891, when Hidde Binnert Halbertsma took up a new trade: the production of wooden barrels for butter. Years later, In the 1950s, Halbertsma was the first company in Europe to start producing pallets.
In 1933, meanwhile, Frederik Faber had started his own company in Assen, also producing butter barrels. After a big fire in 1969 had destroyed his factory, Frederik decided to focus on the production of pallets. A great idea, as it turned out!
In 1978, Kees Faber took over from his father. Over the years, he acquired several companies, including, in 1992, Halbertsma. From then on, the company would be known as Faber Halbertsma Group.
Facts & Figures
Number of employees 2018
Produced and repaired pallets 2018
Based in The Netherlands, Faber Halbertsma Group has operations throughout most of Western Europe. On top of that, we are constantly looking for opportunities to expand our business into new regions. Our aim: to always have a local presence. In that way, we can guarantee our ability to quickly deal with any logistical challenge, wherever our customers may be.
Since 2006 Faber Halbertsma Group is led by Ingrid Faber. The current board members are:
Corporate Social Responsibility
At Faber Halbertsma, we do business in a respectful way: respect for the environment, respect for our customers and respect for all those co-workers who add to our success, day in and day out. To us, corporate social responsibility is not just another box to check. It is ingrained in our DNA.
In our view, charity is a core element of good corporate social responsibility practices. Feel free to contact us about the possibilities.
27 May, 2020
Pallet hygiene study: On wood, bacteria have a lower survival rate than on plastic
26 May, 2020
Dutch business calls for system change. And is going to work together to get this done.
30 Apr, 2020