Your colleagues from the mechanical, software and assembly department are also present. A large tomato grower has chosen us to automate the palletizing of their foldable crates. Cool!
As an Electrical Engineer you are tasked with the complete electrical design, electrical drawings and the parts lists of this End-of-Line machine. During the meeting you discuss the various electrical modules, requirements and your own ideas based on the customer’s lay-out.
Back at your desk, you start the electrical design of this machine. A nice challenge: electrically designing a machine that meets both customer-, and local regulatory requirements, as well as our own design standards. In addition, you’re constantly looking at standardization options and an design efficiency to allow electrical design within the planning and budget of the project.
Before you get home, you walk through the production halls. Your colleagues from production are assembling a machine you designed electrically. Another machine you worked on is being commissioned by one of your software colleagues. Good to see your own work in practice!
Once you come to work at Lan Handling, shopping will never be the same again. From that day on, you will look at bags of potatoes, carrots, sealed meat packaging and ready-made meals from a completely different perspective. And always that check: yes, we also handle this product with our machines! But, of course, that’s not all:
You apply easily via this website.
Screening. Within three days you know whether you are selected for an interview.
You drop by for a cup of coffee. Ask us all your questions.
We make you a suitable offer.
Welcome to Lan. Your career boost starts here!
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Halfweg | mbo – hbo | 40 hours