We are glad to welcome Janek Eriksen and Martin Lefevre Sørensen, who both recently started on our workshop team.
Martin Lefevre Sørensen is a trained electrician and marine project manager and is now supporting us in both electrical as well as technical matters in the development of our laundry robots.
40-year-old Martin lives in a small village Verninge, which is just 10 kilometers from Inwatec together with his wife Gitte and their two boys Lucas (6 years) and Marcus (4 years). In his free time, he likes to spend time with his family and friends. His hobbies are doing all kinds of sports and hunting.
Martin points out that he is “always ready for new challenges” and is already looking forward to the projects he will be working on in the future.
For the past five years, Martin was a Project Manager at a company specialized in electronics for marine customers. He worked on various projects on vessels and at production sites of offshore wind parks, such as MHI Vestas and Bladt Industries.
Apart from that, Martin worked at one of the largest North European construction companies for eleven years. Martin’s main focus was sea trials with Maersk’s new buildings. In addition, he worked as a service engineer globally.
In between these two positions, Martin gathered experience as an electrician at a Funen local electric installation company.
Martin tells: “I have heard good things about Inwatec from former colleagues, and when I saw Inwatec was hiring, I sent my application. I began working here 1st of February!”
After one month of Inwatec, Martin draws a first very positive resume of his new job:
“It is interesting to work at a company where there is a great focus on developing the business, and being a part of that journey is what motivates me.” He continues: “I am looking forward to working within the automation and robotics industry – because it is the future.”
Janek Eriksen, 29 years old, started as a technician in our workshop on the 11th of February, and is currently mainly supporting the assembly of our mat roller VORTEX.
Janek grew up in Tommerup, a small village close to Odense. He is a trained moped mechanic and Janek still has a passion for repairing two-wheeled vehicles.
From 2010 until 2014, Janek worked in a small company that repaired and sold mopeds and bicycles. He mostly worked in the workshop but also supported their shop in selling and customer counseling.
In 2014, Janek then switched to a curtain fitter producer, also specialized on fire and smoke curtains, glass facades, and climate curtains for greenhouses, where he worked until he applied for the open position at Inwatec.
Janek explains: “Already for a long time I wanted to try something new. One of my good friends then told me about the open position at Inwatec.”
After a quick application process and an interview, Janek started in mid of February: “Now, I am a fitter at Inwatec and build cool machines!”
“I like the mood at Inwatec. All the people are nice and helpful and everybody takes good care of each other,” Janek sums up his first weeks at Inwatec.
Welcome, Martin and Janek! It’s so great to have you on our team.