On Friday afternoon October 18, Easy2Rent received a request from Wamos Benelux to supply 150 laptops for Neckermann Belgium on Monday morning. Neckermann Belgium, which ended up in bad paper due to the Thomas Cook story, was recently taken over by the Spanish travel company Wamos. Monday 21 October at 10 am, all 62 Neckermann sales points had to be operational again, so that they could open their doors again. Not an obvious assignment, not in the least because an Easy2Rent team had just left for Munich to install 250 laptops and 500 HP monitors there, in addition to the other jobs that went on that weekend in Belgium and the Netherlands. Rob Harks, commercial director Easy2Rent Belgium, “We are in the busiest period of the year and are experiencing very strong growth. I myself also started building in Munich to support our technicians. Thanks to the flexibility and willingness of our TOP TEAM, all laptops could be prepared and configured on Saturday for delivery Monday morning! “On Monday 21 October at 7.15 am, our driver delivered the laptops neatly to Zwijnaarde, where taxis were ready to distribute the devices to the Belgian Neckermann sales points. The official lift-off was a fact from 10 am At Easy2Rent we are proud that we have been able to contribute to the restart of the 62 Neckermann stores in Belgium. We thank Wamos Benelux for their trust and wish them the best of luck and many satisfied holidaymakers.