Masévon Group is a unique combination of 5 companies that, through smart cooperation, connects different areas of expertise and makes ambitious goals driven by committed employees possible.
Unite and value people. Not in spite of, but becàuse of our differences we can learn and reach goals together.
Challenge yourself. Every single day. Set ambitious goals and go where no-one has gone before.
Laugh. Live. Perform. Cherish, use and continuously develop your talents and that of the people you work with.
Make easy. Not complex. Have trust and be trusted. Tell things as they are, honestly.
By building a topnotch new facility in Hardenberg we can expand and further improve our services. In our new production facility we will realize qualified precision mechatronic assemblies for high-end manufacturing facilities like:
Fully equipped quality areas
Wet and vacuum bake-out cleaning
Spacious grey and cleanroom assembly
2004 - 2009
Masévon moved to Hardenberg and the company name is changed into Masévon Technology. In 2009 the company moved to the new building at the Molensteen in Hardenberg.
The entire Triumph holding is taken over by mr. Henk Kieft. These include: Machinefabriek Tuin, Masévon, Vernooy from Nieuwegein, Reinders from Groningen and Zilverblank from Vriezenveen.
The engineering and assembly activities are accommodated in a new B.V. called Masévon, which includes around 10 employees. Machinefabriek Tuin with 25 employees takes care of the production of parts. (welding, turning and milling)
Tuin starts with the engineering of complex machine parts to complete machines and equipment. Therefore, Machinefabriek Tuin becomes a total supplier from design – manufacture – assembly – to installation of machines. The building is being expanded and on 15 May 1987 the new assembly hall is opened in the presence of the 28 employees.
The company is taken over by Mr. H. Bos, a son-in-law of Elias Tuin. The company is converted into a B.V. and new customers are found within the industry sector. Machinefabriek Tuin B.V. becomes a supplier of construction, turning and milling work. The machinery is being expanded.
The company is taken over by the two sons; Jan and Elias Tuin. Before 1940, the shipping and agricultural sector were the most important sectors. After 1945, industrialization takes flight and mechanization in agriculture ensures that woodworking is being said goodbye. Tuin becomes a large forge where for example manure spreaders, fertilizer spreaders and agricultural trailers are made. The government buys snow blades and sand and salt spreaders from Tuin.
1905 - 1908
Jan Tuin starts a wagon workshop in Lutten. In the beginning, he limits himself to woodworking. After the move to Tottenhamstraat 53 in Dedemsvaart, the forge is added.