At Vanderlande, we excel at moving goods. Every day, this totals millions of: suitcases at airports (Atlanta Airports, London Heathrow, Hong Kong International Airport, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Shanghai Pudong International Airport); packages for parcel companies (UPS, Deutsche Post DHL, TNT, FedEx and SF Express); and items for global e-commerce companies (Amazon and Zalando). We build the solutions and make them work. It is the challenge of our sales force to acquire such projects, and bring them to fruition.
What we do
Conceiving, costing and selling automated systems in today’s markets is a complex task. Successfully proposing the optimal solution for our customers’ requirements is challenging, exciting and rewarding. As such, our sales directors, managers, consultants and engineers are all – by necessity – highly versatile professionals with an adventurous spirit.
Firstly, they are adaptable, whether they are in discussions with an Asian airport, an American webshop or a European courier service. In addition, they are technically-minded – and appreciate the myriad of mechanical factors that distinguish Vanderlande from its competitors.
Finally, they are tenacious team players. They have to be, in a market with considerable time lapses between the first introduction and final quotation, and between system concept design and implementation.
What about you?
Are you an experienced sales professional looking for a unique challenge? If so, you must be able to deal with complex decision-making units, rapidly changing business circumstances, fluctuating requirements and time pressure.
A Vanderlande team typically consists of various technical and commercial specialists, each with their own brand of expertise. You must be prepared to accept responsibility, encourage and motivate colleagues with your drive, build on past successes without ever becoming complacent, and continually focus on your next win.
We offer a career full of challenges, rewards, travel and excitement to the right candidate. Our company is growing more rapidly than the markets it serves, and as a result, the sky’s the limit for top performers.