Development Company Greenport Venlo (DCGV)
While the other Greenports have no or limited expansion possibilities, Greenport Venlo has plenty of room to grow. On the ground area of the municipalities of Horst aan de Maas, Peel en Maas, and Venlo includes Greenport Venlo an area of 5.400 acres that includes various work locations. It is also known as a 4-leaf clover. This area is located northwest of the logistical hotspot Venlo, easily reached via the motorways A67, A73 and A74 and opened up by the Greenportlane. More than twenty thousand mostly small and medium businesses established within a radius of about eighty kilometers around Greenport Venlo.
Development Company Greenport Venlo was founded in late 2009 by its shareholders; the municipalities of Horst aan de Maas, Peel en Maas, Venlo, as well as the Province of Limburg. DCGV is the trade name of the Naamloze Vennootschap Werklandschapsontwikkelingsmaatschappij Klavertje 4 (NV WOM K4), which is managing partner of the Commanditaire Vennootschap Werklandschapsontwikkelingsmaatschappij Klavertje 4 (CV WOM K4).
At an appropriate distance from its shareholders, DCGV directs the integrated area development in Greenport Venlo, within the frameworks outlined in the Masterplan and the Strategic Business Plan.