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B & S Autoaanpassing Bv

B & S Autoaanpassing BV

Kathodeweg 5
+31 229 285010


John Koopman

Tel: +31 229 285010

E-Mail: j.koopman@onbeperktinbeweging.nl

Siem Dam

Tel: +31 229 285010

E-Mail: s.dam@onbeperktinbeweging.nl

Vehicle Adaptations Offered

Disabled Drivers

Driving/function controls – Manual

Driving/function controls – Electronic

Advanced driving systems

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

Drive from wheelchair

Wheelchair user as passenger

Supplier or Manufacturer

Passenger lifts


Wheelchair Hoists

Wheelchair Tie-down systems

Seating systems

Flooring systems

Powered door systems

Information & Advice services

Driver Assessment Services

Information and Advice Services


B&S mobilizes people
B&S offers custom-made mobility and sitting comfort products. The organisation consists of enterprises that, either directly or indirectly, have an important role in promoting the mobility,
health and independence of senior citizens, disabled persons and wheelchair users.
Although each unit covers a seperate field, all the company departments are connected. Knowledge and expertise are shared, forces are combined.
We regularly visit trade fairs at home and abroad, and have memberships in professional organizations including Auto Aanpassers Nederland (AAN), European Mobility Group (EMG) and FIREVA, and we are therefore always up-to-date on (inter)national developments. 
When our company was established in 1980, the world of car adaptation was still in its infancy. Possibilities were limited and technical aids were scarce. To us this limitation was a challenge. Getting the best out of every possible product always was and has remained our motto.
From the start, an important pillar in our company philosophy has been the development of new products and the improvement of existing products.
This way of working characterizes every part of our company. That is why all our activities link up with each other perfectly. For each seperate department has the same goal: offering independence to people with a physical impairment.