Process technologies for tomorrow.


Hosokawa Micron is engaged in enduring partnerships with a number of associations and organisations:

  • Anton Tijdink Techniekopleidingen

    Anton Tijdink Techniekopleidingen was founded in 1988 by a number of entrepreneurs in the metalworking industry who decided to train their staff themselves. Currently, more than 80 member companies are involved.

    Anton Tijdink Techniekopleidingen


    Hosokawa Micron is an active member of the European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group (EHEDG), a non-profit consortium of equipment manufacturers, food producers, suppliers to the food industry, research institutes and universities, public health authorities and governmental organisations. The principal goal of EHEDG is the promotion of safe food by improving hygienic engineering and design in all aspects of food manufacture.


  • FME

    FME is the Dutch employers' organisation in the technology industry. FME mobilises and connects partners in the technology industry to meet the big challenges society faces, both today and in the future.

    FME - Powered by Dutch Technology

  • Innovatiehub Doetinchem

    As part of Hosokawa Micron's activities to nurture future talent, we co-founded the 'Innovation Hub Doetinchem' to help educate a new generation of skilled professionals by offering research assignments and internships.

    Innovatiehub Doetinchem

  • Machevo & Bulk Vereniging

    The Machevo association represents the Dutch suppliers of process equipment and services. The association stimulates the development of technical innovations, the clustering of know-how and strengthens the presence of memberships in foreign markets.

    Machevo & Bulk Vereniging

  • Metaalimpuls

    Metaalimpuls is an initiative of employers' organisation VNO-NCW and Graafschap College. Companies in East Gelderland and Graafschap College work together through Metaalimpuls to train qualified personnel for the metalworking industry.



    The purpose of the Netherlands Group of Users of Technology for Separation (NL GUTS) is to transfer new knowledge and developments in separation technology among industries, from technology suppliers to industrial users and from knowledge institutions to industry.



    The Confederation of Netherlands Industry and Employers (known as VNO-NCW) is the largest employers' organisation in the Netherlands. VNO-NCW represents the common interests of Dutch business, both at home and abroad.

    VNO-NCW Achterhoek


Hosokawa Micron B.V. is certified according to ISO 14001. Our certification covers all environmental themes of ISO 14001: air, soil, energy, waste, water, noise and hazardous substances. In addition, Hosawa Micron was awarded an EcoVadis Silver Medal for its sustainability achievements. EcoVadis determined that the company was among the top 15% of companies rated by EcoVadis in the special machinery industry.

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