CFS Dedicated Training Center at the new Intralox European Headquarters
Intralox, L.L.C.—the inventor of modular plastic belting and the leading global conveyance solutions provider—announced the relocation of their European headquarters to a larger facility in Schiphol, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The new facility supports the current and future growth of the company and their customers.
A dedicated training center for Intralox’s Commercial Food Sanitation team, which hosts regular training for customers, will be featured in the headquarters.
As customer demand increased, more assembly and warehouse space were needed to maintain the shortest standard lead times in the industry and over 99% on-time shipping. The new facility accommodates that greater demand by allowing Intralox to double their modular plastic assembly facility and triple their warehouse space.
A dedicated training center for Intralox’s Commercial Food Sanitation team, which hosts regular training for customers, will be featured in the headquarters. The new facility also hosts a technology demo center as well as a Conditioning Control Center. These allow Intralox experts to test customer products in specific focus areas, such as freezing performance, product alignment, and transfers.
“Our move is reflective of the emphasis we place on continuous improvement as well as the trust our customers have placed in us,” said Intralox–Europe General Manager Jeroen Neuhof. “This expansion will not only allow us to immediately increase our assembly capacity, but the new training and testing centers will bring tremendous value to our customers.”
The new headquarters provide a more spacious home for Intralox–Europe’s engineering groups, business support teams, technical support group, and award-winning customer service group. Customer service representatives in the Schiphol office support calls in 12 languages from customers around EMEA.
The new facility is built to the “Excellent” rating level of BREEAM, the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method, which is a science-based suite of validation and certification systems for sustainable built environment. Intralox has invested in the latest sustainable technologies—such as solar and battery storage—and is a member of the first smart energy grid in The Netherlands, established on the Schiphol Trade Park business estate.
Founded in 1971, Intralox is globally headquartered in the United States with locations around the world including Europe, China, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Australia, India, and Japan.