The combined moves of 42 companies will translate into the shift of just under 2,000 jobs and of 291 million euros (USD 330 million) in investments, the Dutch agency for foreign investment said in a statement.
Most of the companies are British, but some are from Asia or the US.
The Dutch government welcomed the figures, with Economy Minister Eric Wiebes saying that "due to the growing international uncertainty surrounding Brexit and changing global trade policies, the importance of a good Dutch business climate for all of us is continually increasing".
Some of the companies were also looking at moving some operations elsewhere in the European Union, including Germany, France and Ireland, it said.
Britain is to leave the European Union on March 29, and uncertainty about the shape of any agreement with Brussels by that date has created unease in the business community, with many British and multinational companies having already announced moves to elsewhere in the EU.
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