Once again, another great recognition for RoboJob from Heist-op-den-Berg. In 2007, Helmut De Roovere and Luc De Ceuster set up their first robot automation in the basement of De Roovere's parental home. Almost 15 years later, RoboJob has grown into an international company with 60 employees and branches in Belgium and Germany. Today, RoboJob can definitely call itself the international market leader in CNC Automation.
“This is another great recognition,” says CEO and co-founder Helmut De Roovere. “We’ve been building our story for nearly 15 years, and are really pleased that it hasn’t gone unnoticed. We have indeed experienced strong growth in recent years, and we hope that this growth can be continued in the coming years.”
In the current health crisis, automation has become a "hot topic", and that’s now seeming to play into RoboJob's hands. “We are indeed receiving a lot of requests from customers both at home and abroad. However, this is still uncharted territory for many companies. Fortunately, we have a great deal of experience to assist our customers in this.” RoboJob has already clocked up more than 800 installations throughout Western Europe. In addition to the head office in Heist-op-den-Berg, at the beginning of this year RoboJob also opened a brand new Technology Centre in Lehrensteinsfeld, near Heilbronn (Germany).
Deloitte will be announcing the winner of the Technology Fast 50 Award on November 26, 2020.