After having constructed the new administrative offices and company building the company Nottenkämper has relocated its company focus from Oberhausen to Hünxe in 2015. The impressive building houses the administration, social rooms for our staff and our in-house laboratory. The original company buildings in Oberhausen are preserved and will also remain the depot of our powerful container service in the future.
The relocation to Hünxe demonstrates a clear commitment to the municipalities Schermbeck and Hünxe and to the Eichenallee site. It is located directly in the south of the Wesel-Datteln canal in a landscape already featuring a great many dumps and landfills alongside forestry plantations and the adjacent backfill area of the company Abfallentsorgungsgesellschaft Ruhrgebiet mbH (AGR). The site is part of the administrative district of Düsseldorf and is located within the territory of the municipalities of Hünxe and Schermbeck in the district of Wesel.
Due to the good transport connections and its proximity to the Ruhr district, the Gartroper Busch is an ideal location both for the marketing of the clay extracted and also for incoming transportation of mineral refill materials. At a distance of less than 10 kilometres from the clay pit, there are two motorways: the A 3 (exit Hünxe) in the west, which connects the site to the towns of Dinslaken and Oberhausen and also to the district of Kleve. In the east, the A 31 (exits Dorsten-West or Schermbeck) links up with the cities of Bottrop and Dorsten and the district of Borken. Both of these roadways connect with the A 2 motorway which runs along the northern edge of the Ruhr district.
At present all transportation processes in the Gartroper Busch are exclusively carried out by truck. However, the Wesel-Datteln canal which is close by is appropriate to be used for shipment. For this reason the “Egbert Constantin“ harbour is being planned for the near future, it will be connected to the Eichenallee site by a company-owned roadway. The official planning approval process was initiated in March 2013.
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