who we are

we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence

mission-critical technologies
good is never good enough
greatness is made of shared knowledge

our technologies impact everyday life

our pragmatic culture and lean structure keep us ahead of the game, no matter how frequently or significantly the game is disrupted

the Aalberts way winning with people

We are entrepreneurs: we make dreams happen. We take ownership: we deliver on our promises. We go for excellence: we push boundaries and challenge the status quo. We share and learn: we are not afraid of failure and get better every day. And we always act with integrity: leading by example, speaking out when necessary, and being professional in everything we do. 

Finally, we are diverse, because you can’t innovate in an echo-chamber.
be an entrepreneur
take ownership
go for excellence
share and learn
act with integrity

our lean and effective structure

executive team

executive team
supervisory board

the executive team is responsible for the day-to-day management and ensures our strategy, policies and fundamentals are deployed to meet our strategic objectives

the supervisory board oversees and advises the management board and the executive team on general business issues of Aalberts and the long-term value creation

innovation drives organic growth we blend boundary pushing engineering with silo-breaking entrepreneurial business sense

This is how we keep our eyes open for technological opportunities and how we manage to capitalise on them in a profitable way. Whatever the situation or request is, we put together the right team to change the game. That is how we deliver vital innovation to ground-breaking industries. Working as one, we improve the world of today and invent it for tomorrow.

a proven sustainable business model our track record of sustainable profitable growth

key facts 49 years of dedication to progress and entrepreneurship

foundation of the company
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sustainable impact
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locations worldwide
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mission-critical people
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any questions? Jeannette Zuidema
executive assistant