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NRD Display becomes part of the IOC group

NRD Display becomes part of the IOC group

NRD Display has decided to join the Indoor and Outdoor Communication group and the Belgian display supplier hopes the IOC expertise will help improve is competitive position in the Benelux and France.

Active in several countries

The IOC group specializes in customer guidance when it comes to in-store and outdoor communication, displays and point of sale equipment. It operates in Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal and the Netherlands, with a 50 million turnover in 2015.


NRD Display, founded in 1980, has 5 production facilities in Belgium and France, employing 270 people. Its main office is located in Beveren, near Antwerp in Belgium, but it has expanded into France and the Netherlands. Its specialty is promotional in-store display development.

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