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angle-left Visit the open day on Saturday 9 June at Resato International

Visit the open day on Saturday 9 June at Resato International

This year our doors will open once again for everyone! Experience the high-tech of the north of the Netherlands on Saturday, June 9, during the Dutch Technology Week. Always wanted to have a look behind the scenes of a high-tech company? Then you are most welcome at Resato International in Assen starting from 13.00 hrs.

For those who want to know everything about the cleanest fuel for cars, this is the chance. At Resato in Assen you can get to know everything about hydrogen, the technology of the (near) future. Of course, Resato also offers a guided tour around the company, where you'll learn all about extremely high pressure and water jet machines that can easily cut the hardest materials.



The open day starts at 13.00 hrs and ends at 16.00 hrs. Besides all kinds of activities you can enjoy a snack and a drink and for the children there are countless possibilities to play.



Resato, Duitslandlaan 1, Assen


Dutch Technology Week 2018

This open day is part of the national Dutch Technology Week from 4 to 9 June, which draws special attention to technology for young people! For more information visit the website of the Dutch Technology Week.

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