Across the globe and 24/7, but our unique headquarters is located in the lovely Dutch Province of Friesland.
It Pakhús has been a landmark building in the Frisian town of Joure since 1890. Once a warehouse, it has served several commercial purposes, including a clockmaker’s workshop and offices.
In 2018, we converted the building into our state-of-the-art Cloud++ headquarters. We installed solar panels on the roof as well as an air source heat pump, maximizing our sustainability. We no longer use gas, for example. In addition, we set aside space in It Pakhús for a fun hobby: brewing our own beer.
We’re very proud of our place! Why not drop by and visit us? We’ll make you a cup of coffee or pour you one of own brews.
8501BP Joure, NL
Cloud++ Regional Sales Office
1411DC Naarden, NL
Manhattan Business Office
Av. Campos Sáles, 901 – Sala 407
59020-300 Natal – RN, Brazil
+31 513 744175
How to reach 5 Kruisstraat
After the Joure interchange, follow the Geert Knolweg until it becomes E.A. Borgerstraat. Take the first left onto Mounekamp and continue straight ahead on Sinnebuorren, Museumstraat, Waagplein and Kolkstraat until you reach the intersection with Kruisstaat. It Pakhús is located at the corner of Kruisstraat and Kolkstraat and is easiest to reach from Kolkstraat.
Free parking nearby
You can park on Kolkstraat (1). There’s usually plenty of space, but look out for a spot at the start of the street because it’s one-way traffic here. If you reach the end of Kolkstraat without finding a parking space, there is usually space on the other side of the canal on Het Zand (2) (turn right across the bridge and then immediately right again). You can also park for free on Waagplein Square (3), just a 5-minute walk away.
If it turns out to be exceptionally busy in Joure, you can always head for the parking spaces behind the fire station or on Sinnebuorren (4) (max. 2 hours free parking with blue parking disc).
Please note that the car park right next to It Pakhús is reserved for loading/unloading on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. (except on public holidays).