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Meet the previous winners in our Hall of Fame

Since 2013, the Foreign Investment Trophy stage has welcomed nominees and winners from all around the globe. What they have in common? They’re all fans of Flanders’ top-notch business and R&D environment, while showcasing unrelenting dedication to investing in their activities in the region. Dive into their fascinating stories!
Check out all winners and nominees
Barry Callebaut
2020 Winner

Barry Callebaut

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Foreign Investment of the Year Trophy

The Swiss chocolate manufacturer chose Lokeren as the location for its new global logistics center, the world’s biggest chocolate warehouse.

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AGP Group
2019 Winner

AGP Group

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Newcomer of the Year Trophy

The Latin American high-tech automotive glass producer chose the city of Ghent to house its European operational headquarters.

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Nippon Shokubai
2016 Winner

Nippon Shokubai

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Foreign Investment of the Year Trophy

Nippon Shokubai decided to build a new facility in Zwijndrecht, the company’s largest plant outside of its home base in Japan.

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Johnson & Johnson
2013 Winner

Johnson & Johnson

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Lifetime Achievement Trophy

A pharma powerhouse from the US, Johnson & Johnson has a track record in Flanders spanning over 50 years and hundreds of millions invested.

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ExxonMobil
2015 Winner

ExxonMobil

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Lifetime Achievement Trophy

The American oil and gas giant has been present in Flanders for roughly 60 years, investing around USD 2 billion in just one decade.

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Atlas Copco
2021 Winner

Atlas Copco

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Lifetime Achievement Trophy

Since first settling in the region in 1955, the Swedish group now has two HQs and employs 3400+ people in Flanders.
 

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