Menno is speaking
Printing circuit boards and encoding, Pluto/Orion assemblies, programming readers and dispatching goods; these are just a few of the logistics activities that Menno does at Keyprocessor. “This maintains a diversity.”
As a logistics assistant, he regularly has contact with customers. Something that he has been doing for 20 years now. Menno distinguishes between internal and external customers and always tries to do his work perfectly. “Quality is important, because mistakes have a great deal of impact on the organization.” Logistics is the last link in the chain before products arrive at the customer.
I wonder where we will be in ten years’ time.
“Over the past few years a great deal has been developed in the company and other products have been created. Technology is advancing so rapidly, and that’s what I think is very interesting to see,” says Menno. “I wonder where we will be in ten years’ time.”