SINT MAARTEN/THE NETHERLANDS - JC-Electronics, an international company in the field of industrial electronics was established in 2006. JC-Electronics contributes to the circular economy by refurbishing used or defected electronics for businesses and factories, a press release Sint Maarten House in The Hague said on Thursday.
“This way, the electronics become available to the market again. Their motto is ‘what has worked before, can work again’. That same motto is felt on the work floor and at the heart of everything the company does. JC-Electronics believes in people and take that same motto and apply it in their recruitment process. ‘If someone has worked before, they can work again’.
“During the visit Deputy Minister Somersall and support staff got a tour of the facilities, where the operation process was explained. The highlight of the visit was the JC-Academy, where employees go through a specialized in-house step by step training, equipping them with the knowledge and expertise needed to carry out their assignments with the goal of exceeding customers’ expectations.
“The meeting between Minister Somersall and the founders Jannes Cruiming, Gerard Katje and team was very pleasant and fruitful. Deputy Minister Somersall and support staff would like to thank JC-Electronics for opening their doors and for their willingness to assist Sint Maarten with building back better by offering skilled training in the field of electronics.
“Diversifying our economy is critical to the sustainability of Sint Maarten. With partners like JC-Electronics we can accomplish that goal the Deputy Minister said. Among the things discussed was a job training location for five Sint Maarten students, studying electronics here in the Netherlands; In-house training for students on Sint Maarten who would like to further their studies in the field of electronics here in the Netherlands; and training for educators from Sint Maarten who are willing to facilitate trainings on Sint Maarten.
“Deputy Minister Michael Somersall expresses his gratitude towards Minister Wycliffe Smith for his support and confidence in the cabinet while exploring and following up on this assignment. A full report of the work visit is on its way to Minister Smith for final decision making,” the Sint Maarten House statement said.