Nothing is more important in getting things done than having a team. Sometimes the team is just a combination of ‘me, myself and I’, but at Shinchoku that is not sufficient. Shinchoku is ambitious. First of all in its name - progress, improvement. Second, in its mission: helping manufacturing companies improve their processes and automation, while contributing to a more sustainable planet. More sustainable, preserving and improving what is left of nature after the human race rallied with the earth’s resources for a few thousand years. But also more sustainable, in making life better for everyone on the planet by striving for fair payment and abolishment of child labour and slavery.
In order to make this reality, we need a team to address its many complex aspects. A team that can carry the vision of Shinchoku, which requires technical insight, a green consciousness, and that is open to fresh and new ideas. That is the team we have, a team that starts with four, but we’ll need it to grow soon and fast.