A piece of history
At the beginning of the twentieth century, developments around greenhouses and greenhouse horticulture were gaining momentum. The demand for heating systems grew rapidly. Mr Zantingh - originally a blacksmith - started installing oil and gas burners. His three sons then expanded the company, after which Gert, one of the sons, established the company in 1973 in Asten-Heusden under the name Cogas. In 1982, Jan, Gert's son, started at Cogas, before finally taking over as the third generation Zantingh in 2000.
In 2005, Pascal Janzen started as an employee at Cogas and has been the proud co-owner since 2011. In the years that followed, Jan and Pascal expanded Cogas Climate Control into a company with more than 70 employees with years of experience and expertise. In 2015, subsidiary company C-Grow was created, based on our ideas for daylightless cultivation. C-Grow is particularly active in High-tech City Farming, where the climate is entirely self-regulated in a closed daylightless space. Here, everything is optimally coordinated to achieve the best result together.
In 2019, a brand new business premises came up on the original site, with office, warehouse and logistics hall. After some 20 years, Jan Zantingh handed over the baton and Michel La Crois and Pascal Janzen became the new owners of Cogas Climate Control. As Michel is also the owner of Ammerlaan Constructies and Maurice Kassenbouw, a splendid partnership was created, enabling Cogas Climate Control to deliver complete turnkey projects.
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