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angle-left Celebrating the Dutch King's birthday

Celebrating the Dutch King's birthday

Assen, Netherlands. While Resato, the Dutch supplier of high pressure equipment for pressure testing, waterjet cutting, controlling, filling, and more, engages in knowledge exchange about the hydrogen economy with its IOB-H2 series hydrogen booster and fleet owner refueling station at the Hannover Messe, the Dutch are turning their country orange.

Each year on April 27th the Dutch people honor their king’s birthday by hosting many events throughout the land. As it is a national holiday in the Netherlands, most people enjoy the usually lovely weather at the end of April by going to a festival, garage sale or fair. This day cannot go by without dressing up in orange, the national color of the Netherlands.

On Kingsday, several miles away, the high pressure experts of Resato are sharing their expertise with the visitors of the Hannover Messe. You can find the high pressure experts of Resato in Hall 27 at Stand C66 - D46/1, where they are showing their hydrogen solutions for compression, refueling, and pressure testing. 

The 27th of April is a national holiday in the Netherlands, therefore you will not be able to reach us on this day.

 

 

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