Vacancy: Wooden pallet production worker

  • Salary €13,90 - €14,55
  • Hours per week 40 hours

About the job

For this job you should be able to follow the safety rules and comprehend the tasks given. Meanwhile, you should keep your workplace nice and tidy. 


  • Physically fit
  • Communicative English
  • Driver's license B
  • Responsible and with good working attitude
  • Ability to work in a team as well as independently
  • Ability to work in shifts

About the company

Our client operates in the production of pallets, boxes, crates and special packaging. There is a good working atmosphere and your efforts and motivation are really appreciated. Our client aims for a long-term cooperation with you! 
The company is an independent family business, founded in 1964. The head office is in Finsterwolde and there is a production location in Venlo. From these strategic locations in North and South Netherlands, both along the border with Germany, several West European markets are served. With a total of 150 employees at both production locations, they produces six million pallets per year.
They make wooden pallets for the food and feed industry, for the pharmaceutical industry, for the paper and cardboard industry, for the automotive industry, for the chemical industry and also for use in construction and agriculture and horticulture.

What we offer

Salary between €13,90 and €14,55, depending on experience and in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement. You will receive also holiday hours and payment of 8,33%;

You'll be working from Monday till Friday. Sometimes on Saturdays, there is also cleaning work to do. Working in shifts might be required.
We provide a comfortable accommodation in the North of the Netherlands with a company car for commuting. Also we arrange when needed a Dutch health insurance.

Are you interested? Click on the Apply button or contact us by giving us a call at (+31) 50 549 94 01 or send an email to

Non-EU citizens can only apply for the job if they have a valid Dutch work permit.

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