The young Dutch chips producer Yellow Chips (2012) is managed by ambitious and enterprising professionals whose love for the business is one of heart and mind. The company is rooted in over 20 years of experience in the food industry. And in the drive to do things ‘differently’. » read on
A fine feeling for trends and an attentive ear for the customer’s wishes. Which are then effectively converted into concrete solutions. That typifies co-owner Maarten Brouwer.
Maarten is a food technologist. He previously worked as a plant manager at one of the plants of Intersnack Netherlands (formerly Bastini, of which he was co-owner). His earlier career included similar positions at Hero and Unilever. Maarten has extensive experience in organisation development, large automation projects, and new site construction.
Vincent van Gorkom
Making plans is one thing; presenting and then executing them is something else. This (and more) is what co-owner Vincent van Gorkom does, and with a passion. His unbridled enthusiasm is infectious.
From 1989 to 2006, Vincent van Gorkom was co-owner of savoury snacks producer Bastini. In those years the company enjoyed significant growth. After the takeover by Intersnack, Vincent spent two years working as an international account manager, in which position he worked with all major European retailers.
Jess 't Lam
Jesse is the youngest co-owner of Yellow Chips. Transparency, professionalism and innovation drive are his trademark approach.
Like Vincent van Gorkom and Maarten Brouwer, Jesse was co-owner of the snacks producer Bastini, in the years 1996 to 2006. Jesse continued to manage Bastini for another two years after Intersnack took over the family business. He subsequently assisted the merger process in the Netherlands as financial director, resulting in the Intersnack Netherlands corporation.