“We try to lead the way in safety,” says Jan de Wringer, owner of Orangeworks, without hesitation. Both necessity and pride go hand in hand here. “We have an extensive safety culture and we are constantly working on it. Not only when it comes to our own employees, but certainly also for our - mostly international - customers.”
Although Pim Bos and Gert-Jan Langen only recently joined forces with the Orangeworks sales team, their names will already ring a bell with many customers. Their motive? “We do not want to sell machines, we want primarily to help our customers and solve their issues. That's why we get out of bed in the morning.”
A unique moment earlier this week where Toyota Material Handling and Orangeworks have reached a dual milestone in their cooperation. Since 1992 Orangeworks, in these days ‘Staalwerk’ and Toyota Material Handling are intensively cooperating with engineering and production of a special product for the food industry.
Orangeworks finished in 6th place, on the 24th of November at the FD Gazellen awards South Netherlands in the category big! Also top-scoring as company for the manufacturing industry.
Illinois is at the heart of the American food industry. We like to get close to that as Orangeworks. The realization of this ambition is now a little closer through the collaboration with a overseas partner, Spec Engineering, from Chicago.
Last March, Orangeworks and Actemium jointly hosted a well-attended client event at the Orangeworks location in Mill [NL]. Managers from the food, feed and beverage industries were informed about a specific project method: the Vertical Start Up Approach.
Orangeworks and Actemium’s cooperation goes back many years. During the last three years both companies have intensified their worldwide collaboration. This has yielded a very good relationship. However, the question was raised how we could establish a partnership from which our customers can benefit even more.