Noesen has been a stable family company since 1920

Looking to the future

Noesen has been a stable family company since 1920, a reliable partner to all its customers. Hereunder, you discover some of the milestones of our history.

The world around us is changing. Our customers are growing and evolving. This leads to ever-new challenges. We try to respond by developing along in a continuous quest for improvement.

In doing that, we also take a wider perspective and give substance to our future with bold objectives and challenges. Without losing sight of the fact that the company can only be as good as its employees. People take centre stage.

Laurent Noesen


New building

We have moved to our new building in Wommelgem. Easily accessible and built taking into account the well-being of our employees and our ecological footprint.


Continued growth

Noesen Steel annually supplies more than 12,000 tonnes to more than 500 professional customers.


Warehouse expansion

Additional new construction with storage capacity for special steel and sheets.


The business is moving

Our move to the new head office on the Bredastraat along the Albertkanaal. There, Noesen has access to new offices and spacious warehouses.


Industrial construction

On the occasion of Noesen’s 50th anniversary, Jacques Noesen launches the industrial buildings division. Until 2017, it would realise more than 600 projects!

1960 ~ 1970

Extension of the range

During the ’60s, the range is extended to include drawn steel, precision tubing and cold-rolled profiles.

1950 ~ 1960

The business is growing

During this period, Noesen would also engage in other activities, such as the construction of patios and asphalt work.

1930 ~ 1940

From iron exports to steel wholesale

Wholesale activities were growing, so local storage became a necessity. As a result, new warehouses were built on the Kempisch Dok and offices on the Kipdorp.


Creation of the company

As a scion of the Luxembourg Noesen family, Laurent Noesen Sr. establishes a steel import/export business on the Ankerrui in Antwerp.