The move follows the acquisition of the two cable companies by Swedish investment company EQT.
Caiway and Delta will have an office in Schiedam as of September. Caiway said that it had long been looking for an office where it could accommodate its 300 or so employees. The company currently operates from several locations in Naaldwijk and Rotterdam. As from September, the company will gradually close down its current offices.
Some 60 out of 450 Delta employees will be working from the new joint office location in Schiedam. The new location offers sufficient scope to build on the growth strategy together. This strategy is emphasised in the ambition to grow by offering fast internet, especially in areas where it is not yet available, such as rural regions.
Delta emphasises that it will remain a Zeeland company and that it will expand its services within the province. The company is further expanding its customer service in Middelburg with additional people and will be opening three stores in Goes, Middelburg and Terneuzen this summer.
Delta has been taking steps in its network and services for some time now. Over the past few months, the company has announced the Next Generation Network project, in which it intends to provide services of up to 1 Gbps in the long run.
It will also start to switch off analogue and provide telecom services outside the provincial borders. It has expanded the range of TV services to include interactive TV, and it is going to work on broadband in the outlying areas of the province.