Our Organisation

De Boer is market leader in the rental of fully fitted temporary locations for large events and commercial applications. De Boer delivers turn-key solutions with optimal customer service, and is VCA**/SCC**, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified. De Boer was founded in 1924. In July 2017 De Boer became part of the Losberger De Boer Group.

Losberger De Boer is one of the leading global providers of highly integrated temporary and semi-permanent space solutions, from production sales to turnkey rental, with excellent customer satisfaction. Space solutions are available for events, civil commercial use and military applications, and range from fully furnished turnkey accommodation to modular units, rapid deployment products, basic halls and party tents. Losberger De Boer is headquartered in Bad Rappenau, Germany, operates 8 production facilities and 20 sales offices globally, employs over 1100 staff worldwide and is VCA**/SCC**, ISO 9001-2015 and ISO 14001-2015 certified. For further  information, check www.losberger.com and www.deboer.com.



Losberger De Boer är ISO 9001:2008 certifierade och kontrollerar samt förbättrar sina processer genom regelbundna kontroller.


I linje med viljan att vara ledande inom miljöområdet, har Losberger De Boer uppnått ISO 14001 certifiering i januari 2010. 


Losberger De Boer is VCA**/SCC** certified. SCC stands for Safety, Health and the Environment (SHE) Checklist for Contractors. SCC-certified companies work with an occupational safety, health and environmental management system which complies with the working conditions regulations on safety, health and the environment.


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De Boer was founded in 1924 in the town of Hensbroek, the Netherlands, by Klaas de Boer, who owned a local bar "Het Springend Paard" and a grocery shop. Klaas de Boer devised a sheltered cafe using poles and tarpaulin for the annual village festival. Soon after, Klaas de Boer was asked to serve at more festivals, and he bought a second-hand Italian circus tent to provide a better accommodation.

During the 1930s, his son Jan de Boer joined the business and a sowing machine was bought to produce their own tents. After the Second World War, De Boer also arranged the catering and music for the events, now also further away from Hensbroek.

In the 1950s, De Boer introduced wooden halls, a major advance at the time. In 1963, Klaas de Boer died, and his son, Jan de Boer, took over. In the decades that followed, Jan's five sons started taking part in the company as well, and new offices were opened in surrounding countries.

The company has since grown into a supplier of professional temporary tensile structures, constructed using extrusion aluminium profiles, pvc roof covers and sides, glass panels and other structural elements.

With these types of temporary quick-to-build structures, De Boer builds event and hospitality accommodations, temporary storage facilities, warehousing, short-term office and retail facilities and emergency accommodation, supermarkets and airport baggage handling.

In 2002, the family sold the majority of its company shares to 3i. In 2005, NPM Capital, part of SHV Holdings, became the major shareholder as the de Boer family sold its last remaining shares and 3i sold its shares as well.