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Fit for the future: Inther Group strengthens its board of directors

System integrator Inther Group from Venray will expand its board of directors with Stefan Kleijngeld as of January 1st 2021. In addition to Martijn Herder and Paul Hermsen, who will mainly be responsible for the strategic and commercial related activities, Stefan Kleijngeld will be responsible as managing director, in particular for the strategic process/organizational activities.

Full Service Partner
Inther Group has constantly been on the move since its foundation in 1998. Driven by a passion for data, Inther has developed its own modular and flexible Warehouse Execution System (Inther LC) with which it supplies and maintains systems for automating intralogistics process. Over the years, the company has grown further and now supplies not only software but also the corresponding high-end hardware from its own production facility. This combination now means that hybrid automation solutions can be realized with standard components that can be configured to specific customer requirements. By further combining these hybrid solutions with innovative products – such as robot piece picking – Inther further automates the warehouse processes of picking, packing, storing and sorting of products. Inther has thus grown into an international full-service partner in the market of intralogistics automation and mechanization.

The expansion of the board of directors is a strategic move to better position Inther in the ever-changing market for intralogistics solutions. It also serves the overall vision for the company’s future that has been laid out to 2025. One of the goals set forth in this plan for 2025 is to further help potential customers by using “proven, best in class sustainable technology”. As part of this goal, Inther wants to strengthen its ability to offer fully integrated hardware and software solutions, including ongoing service that involves the deployment of employees to customers sites. By continuously monitoring and analyzing our customers intralogistics systems, we can further work with them on optimizing their processes.

Stefan Kleijngeld
Stefan Kleijngeld (1987) has a passion and drive to implement changes in the supply chain world in the field of logistics. This drive has led to him being recognized as a Young Logistics Talent in 2016. Stefan was chairman of Jong Logistiek Nederland in 2017 and in that year he was part of the Young European Talent program. He started his career in logistics in 2010 as a Management Trainee at WP Haton after completing his HBO Logistics and Economics studies at HAN. Since 2013 Stefan was responsible for Logistics at that organization and was part of the management team.

A new chapter
Martijn Herder (owner/CEO): “We are very happy with the addition of Stefan in the management team. His experience in organizational and strategic developments will bring Inther Group to a new growth phase.”

Paul Hermsen (owner/CEO): “In a market in which data is increasingly key, by continuing to innovate in software but also in hardware, we can ensure that our customers remain ‘fit for the future’ with the application of our hybrid solutions. The addition of Stefan ensures that the coordination within the total value chain is further optimized.”

Stefan Kleijngeld: “I am very much looking forward to working together for the further growth of Inther Group and by using my skills to help this dynamic, hard-working company further expand its strong global presence.”

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