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1978
The start of ‘Cor den Biggelaar Motors’ as a sole proprietor in a garage behind his house. Principal work: tuning and preparation of Yamaha 650 engines for sidecar motocross up to a cylinder capacity of 1000cc.

1981
Construction of a new building with an area of ± 250 m².

1984
Starting with cylinder head overhaul for several garages nearby.

1985
Start frame construction for two-stroke engines for the sidecar motocross.

1986
Expansion with machines for engine overhaul and construction of a building with an area of 200 m².

1987
Start of making exchange aluminum cylinder heads, specializing in the welding of cracked aluminum (with broad experience from motor and auto sports).

1990
Expansion of the machine shop by ± 200 m².

1992
Start of mold making, amongst others for Fokker.

1996
Overhauling of engines for heavy industry and shipping is introduced. Transition from sole proprietor to LTD. Biggelaar Motors BV is the new name.

1997
Purchase of the first CNC machines for metal working alongside conventional machines, as well as hydraulic carlifts.

1998
Expansion of workshop with 300 m² for further specialization in repairing engine damages of motorvehicles (pick-up-and-turn-key-delivery), for leasing companies amongst others.

2000
Move to Raamsdonksveer (surface ± 2800 m²). Because of this acquisition of Engine Technology Europe (previously Van Tilburg-Bastianen Revisie), making the overhauling of bigger engines take up a larger share. Now overhauling of shafts and metal spraying are also added to the program. A maintenance and service department is started with mechanics on site.

2001
Biggelaar Machining is started with CNC turning and milling to complete the package to attend the metal industry. Machining of various industrial products in series or single pieces can now be realized.

2005
Start of construction at industrial zone Brieltjenspolder and opening new building at this location.

2008
Biggelaar Motors BV celebrates its 30th anniversary.