Of course I don't know the details of your specific work, but I am Dutch and working in an industrial environment, where we occasionally have foreigners around.
First tip: Learn the language (I am assuming here that you are not (yet) fluent in Dutch). Especially if the majority of the people is Dutch. If you are alone with Dutch colleagues, you will experience that they switch to Dutch. The only reason is that it is much easier for most of them. Not because they don't like, or intentionally want to exclude you. If you start learning Dutch, you always have an opening for a social conversation. Also ask them to correct them when you make a mistake. They are most likely willing to help, but will not correct you if you do not ask for it.
Second tip: Coffee-machine conventions. Dutch have a habit on gathering around the coffee machine. This is an important social aspect, where either non-important topics can be discussed, or work-related items. It may be the first source of company-related news, before it is official. This is also a reason to jump in.
Third tip: Don't hide where you come from. Of course you don't need to bring it up yourself, but if people will ask question, just be honest about what is going on, and what you think about it (especially since I have the impression that your views are in line with mainstream Dutch views).