Pami dramatically expands its payroll thanks to major contract with federal government
Belgian office architect Pami won yet another major order. “We just received confirmation that we were granted a four-year contract to supply office furniture to all federal government departments”, explained CEO Lode Essers. “Of course, this is magnificent news in these challenging times.”
“As the new owner, I am extremely proud and happy that we were able to secure this major contract”, confirmed managing director Goswin Fijen. “This framework contract amounts to a revenue of €56 million, which gives our company a new economic impulse while reinforcing Pami’s impressive growth curve. In addition, it offers our employees additional employment security. In fact, we will now be recruiting 50 new employees for our headquarters in Pelt.”
“It gives us a great deal of satisfaction that we are able to offer this region a considerable number of additional jobs”, according to CEO Hendrik Essers. “We are looking for labourers, service staff and colleagues for our installation teams. More specifically, we need machine operators (metal and wood), welders, varnishers and mechanics as well as drivers and installers. We know that finding such a large number of new colleagues is no easy task during these times of crisis. This is why we will be implementing an extensive recruitment campaign via all of our communication channels in the weeks ahead. Furthermore, we will partake in the Open Company Day on Sunday 2 October, a great opportunity to showcase our company to a broader public. Who knows, we may get in contact with skilled candidates who want to strengthen our team already.”
Pami also opened a new Experience Centre at Tour & Taxis in Brussels last week. Two hundred guests discovered this creative source of inspiration where the latest office interior trends are on display with special attention to innovation, sustainability, circularity, design and ergonomics.