As a carpet finisher, you are responsible for edging or fringing the short side, providing the carpet with the correct label and rolling up the carpets.
As a line operator of the fraying machine, you are responsible for efficiently operating and controlling the production process. You will work with state-of-the-art machines that process textile material into high-quality fibres. It is your job to ensure that the machine performs optimally, production runs continuously and the quality of the output meets the set standards. If the machine jams, carry out an initial check and rectify the problem if possible. For major repairs, an external repair service is called upon.
As a maintenance technician you will be responsible for maintaining the machines and detecting and repairing defects. You support the team when necessary.
As a fitter you are responsible for the assembly of various things such as awnings, table legs, etc... You do the assembly according to the plan that you receive and you finish qualitatively.
As a laundry employee, you will be responsible for sorting laundry, operating an ironing roll, folding sheets, ...
As a stitcher you are responsible for operating industrial stitching machines with which you do the stitching for the various products from the company's range. These are mainly filter bags used for dust filtration, air treatment and liquid filtration. In addition, you will also sometimes help in the packaging.
As a stitcher you are responsible for sewing 3 to 4 parts of a garment. Depending on your own expertise, you will be placed at a workstation. The other parts are then taught. This can range from making short sleeves, collars, backs, patching up cuffs, etc.
As a stitcher you are responsible for stitching leather skins and fabrics that serve to make the covers for design seats.
As a stitcher you will be responsible for the machine stitching of technical textiles such as pond liner, airbags...
As a stitcher you will be responsible for making different covers for pillows. This varies from small to large pieces. You do this using an industrial sewing machine.
As a stitcher you are responsible for stitching straight sections of the awning cloths. Your eye for detail ensures an excellent finish
Truck driver C
As a truck driver you will be responsible for collecting bags of clothes out of the containers of the company that are placed along the streets. You have your fix trip schedule every day/ every week. You do 15/20 different stops in your region, every day another trip but the same trips every week. You can choose what time you start driving as long as al the stops has been done. After your stops you return home with the truck. Twice a week, when your truck is full, you go back to the company and you unload the bags you picked up in big cages.
As an upholsterer you will be making furniture from start to finish. This starts with cutting and stitching the fabric for stapling and assembling. As an upholsterer you know better than anyone how to make furniture from A to Z.
As a upholsterer you are responsible for attaching the covers to the wooden bed frame. You do this with the help of an automatic staple gun. If necessary, you also install electrical components on the box spring. When you are done attaching, label and package the boxsprings according to requirements.
As an upholsterer you are responsible for the upholstery of furniture. You will cover the bodies of the seating furniture with a leather or fabric cover. After this, the assembly department can get started to assemble everything into a seating furniture of perfect quality. You will also occasionally be deployed in the assembly department.
As an all-round employee you will be responsible for loading and unloading trucks as well as organizing and sorting all goods. In addition, you also help in production during busy moments.
We are looking for someone who is motivated to be trained as a weaver. You get the chance to learn a very nice craft and to stay in the company for the long term. Your duties will consist of setting up the machines and looms. If a rope breaks, you repair it by making a weaver's knot.
As a weaver, you will ensure that your weaving loom can remain productive. You operate on the machine and ensure that no malfunctions can occur. When there's a problem, you report to the maintenance technician