The Brazilian technology company Serttel visited the Netherlands for a project with Spark and Carver Technology. Serttel has rolled out a bicycle hire system in 14 Brazilian cities that is being used by 2.5 million Brazilians. Now they want to add a new transport concept to their portfolio After an inspiring visit to Intertraffic, the three parties got round the table at Spark for a brainstorm session about mobility. In search of solutions to traffic congestion problems in Brazil. To get everyone in the right, innovative mind set, a ride in the Carver was on the programme. Robert Barnhoorn: “I always enjoy cruising through Rotterdam in a Carver with guests. It’s great that we now have three cars to take people out in.”
We also welcomed the development and sales team from the German company Albis. This year, their annual two-day meeting was held in Rotterdam. To get inspiration, the plastic supplier for the automotive- and medical industry dropped by to see how their product is progressing. They were surprised by our integrated way of working: not just a beautiful design, but also technically innovative. This certainly reiterated the advantages of an early collaboration.