strong in steel

Working at ROTO

ROTO is the holding company of the Business Units Steel and steel processing, Grating technology, Surface treatment and Zinc recycling.

We give our clients the best possible service: for us the client is key. We like clear communications, promises fulfilled, and flexible, personal service. Of course, wherever people work, mistakes can be made. When that happens, our customers can count on us to pull out all the stops. We will provide a quick response and fast, adequate solutions. Our organisation has a no-nonsense culture with a strong social component.

Personnel policy

We have a strong focus on the personal development and safety of our employees and we invest continuously in training. We also have a strong emphasis on a healthy working climate so that our employees can work pleasantly, safely, and efficiently. The holding company has a work force of 7.

Employment conditions and collective labour agreement

The ROTO companies are covered by three different collective labour agreements: the Technical Wholesale, the Metalektro and the Metal and Technical collective labour agreement. The holding company follows the Technical Wholesale collective labour agreement. We offer our employees a package of flexible labour conditions, a professional working atmosphere and pleasant colleagues who collaborate intensively. Our terms of employment include a production and profit-sharing agreement.

Training and development

ROTO encourages its employees to take part in training and courses. For the business units these are courses from the OOM, the training and development fund for the metal-working industry, and other industry-specific training. Examples are courses for galvanisation and powder coating, safety training such as Safe Lifting, Company Emergency Services (BHV), First Aid and forklift driver training.

ROTO subsidiary

ROTO is a financially healthy company with international operations. ROTO has more than 800 enthusiastic employees in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, United Kingdom, Poland and Czech Republic.