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Renson on cloud nine after Tom Dumoulin wins the 100th Giro d’Italia

Renson on cloud nine after Tom Dumoulin wins the 100th Giro d’Italia

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Renson shares in the Giro overall win from the front row as the proud partner of Team Sunweb

After an exciting final battle – everything was decided in the concluding time trial in Monza on Sunday, 28 May – it was ultimately Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) who pulled away with a 31-second lead to win the 100th Giro d’Italia. Thirty-seven years after Joop Zoetemelk, the Netherlands can once again be proud of having a winner in one of the major races. Plus, Dumoulin is the first Dutch person to ever win the Giro d’Italia.

Renson got to vicariously experience this final battle in Monza from the front row, together with some of our Italian customers. They’ve been following Team from start to finish during the concluding time trial, which would ultimately decide the final classifications.

Renson is the only Belgian partner company in a foreign World Tour team; this was a conscious decision made to boost brand awareness around the globe via this route. The international ambitions of this trendsetter in ventilation, sun protection, and terrace coverings has so far led to strong global growth with sales offices and representatives all around the world, from Australia to China and on through the Middle East, and straight into our showroom in New York City.

About Renson:

“Creating Healthy Spaces” is the Renson motto. This trendsetting, dynamic family company is a leader in ventilation, sun protection, and terrace coverings focusing on a healthy, comfortable living and working environment. Renson anticipates the future by significantly investing in innovation, communication, and internationalisation, while continuously focusing on a healthy, comfortable indoor climate in homes, apartments, offices, schools, and healthcare institutions. The emphasis lies on sustainable full concepts, satisfying the needs related to energy efficiency, acoustics and design.