- Bosal Industries-Georgia, Inc.29.Nov 2017
Suggestions for improvement
- Better ventilation system higher maintenance budget
BOSAL was founded in 1923 by Karel Bos in Alkmaar, the Netherlands, hence the name of the company: Bos+Al(kmaar). Since then, the firm has enjoyed decades of steady growth, a process that was further accelerated by expansion overseas (in both Europe and Africa) in the 1960s and 70s. When BOSAL opened several OEM factories in Europe, NAFTA & South America in the 1990s, it established its place as a major global OEM automotive supplier.
To meet both the rising demand and the needs of its customers, BOSAL has established several production and research centers around the world and entered into production and research partnerships and formed successful joint ventures with a number of major industry players.
BOSAL is an established global manufacturer of automotive and industrial equipment, both for the original equipment market and the aftermarket. The company's product line includes:
emission control systems for passenger vehicle and commercial vehicles
roofbars and roofracks
energy conversion systems
jacks and toolkits
Today the BOSAL Group remains a family-owned, Dutch-registered company, with its head office in Lummen, Belgium. In 2015, turnover was in excess of €690 million, which was generated by over 4,700 employees working in 29 manufacturing plants and 18 distribution centres.
We offer many exciting challenges and an interesting multicultural environment. You have a passion for continuous improvement and progress? Then BOSAL is the right company for you.
On average, BOSAL has yearly over 100 vacancies spread over 17 professional domains worldwide. Let your talent achieve its full potential in domains such as:
Management is either in another country or too busy to assist.
Everyone is out for themselves and not interested in assisting.
Management has no interest in keeping employees to develop them.
There is a consulting company on site reviewing spending. The consulting company only cares about the bottom line.
It's like pulling teeth to make changes
Management is all about pushing the blame on someone else
It's all a bunch of individuals with different agendas
No you are promised all the support you need but nothing ever becomes of the promises
No women are not respected look at as objects
If you been there a while you have the best chance at success