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Company robbed by a man with a knife in Roosendaal

A company at the Dijkcentrum in Roosendaal was attacked by a man on Tuesday evening. He fled after the robbery.

The man probably has a knife with him, reports the police on Twitter. He caught an unknown amount of money during the robbery.

The robbery took place at 6.50 pm. The man is about 30 years old, wearing a black and white cap and wearing black gloves. He would also have a green bag with him.

The police are on site and an investigation has started.

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Around the company in Helmond, Toxic substances in the soil & surface water

In the soil, groundwater and surface water around the company Custom Powders in Helmond, increased concentrations of the toxic substances GenX and PFOA were found, according to an exploratory study commissioned by the municipality of Helmond.

The highest concentrations of potentially carcinogenic substances have been found in the vicinity of the farm, at a number of vegetable gardens and in a fish pond.

Acute measures for the protection of public health or the environment are not necessary, but the municipality does have extra research into the exact extent of the pollution.

The hardly degradable substances left the factory mainly via the chimney. That is why especially places that are under the smoke of the factory are examined. The follow-up research focuses on locations in other wind directions.

Fabrics can be used as a protective layer

Custom Powders processed GenX and PFOA for the acclaimed Dordrecht company Chemours. After GenX was found in sewage treatment, the company stopped earlier this year. GenX was used by the company as a replacement for the more harmful PFOA.

GenX and PFOA can be used as a protection layer for, for example, pans, cardboard packaging and clothing.

Both substances are harmful to the liver and possibly carcinogenic, reports the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM).

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Logitech wants to take over Plantronics the headphone makers

Gadgetmaker Logitech would have discussions to take over the American Plantronics.

Sources let the Reuters news agency know that this would be “the biggest acquisition” of Logitech. The company would like to pay 2.2 billion dollars (1.9 billion euros) for the purchase of Plantronics.

It is not clear how far the discussions between the two companies have progressed. The initiates report that an agreement can be reached next week. The companies have not yet responded to the rumors of Reuters.

Logitech makes accessories in areas such as gaming, music and smart home solutions. The company paid 85 million dollars last year for the acquisition of Astro Gaming, to expand into the gaming sector.

Earlier this year, Logitech bought the American microphone manufacturer Blue Microphones for $ 117 million. Logitech already makes microphones for consumers, but with Blue the company would have the means to build more professional equipment.

Plantronics publishes communication systems, among other things. The company is also known for its (wireless) headsets.

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No robbery at Takkebijsters





At a company at the Takkebijsters in Breda, contrary to a previous message, Tuesday morning no robbery committed.

On Tuesday around 9 am, the robbery was reported at 112, but the police announced fifteen minutes later that there had been an erroneous press alarm.

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