Creating and utilising opportunities. It's part of us

Jarola Group, an independent Dutch family company

Jan de Wilde launches Wildkamp in 1972. A company specialised in tubes and piping, accessories and source filters. In 1999, Jan’s son Gert-Jan de Wilde succeeds his father and renames the company after his children Jarno, Robin and Laura. The Jarola Group develops into a knowledge and trading platform for the technology market. The third generation has been running the company since 2019. Jarno en Robin manage the company together with Gert-Jan.

 

 

Thinking big and getting the job done

In much the same way as Jan de Wilde started out as an entrepreneur in his back garden, not a lot has changed in the way the Jarola Group works. We are entrepreneurs with heart and soul for our work. We work systematically with you, always driving for the best outcomes. Our focus is not on the quick-and-easy fix, but on long-term relationships. Every partner brings knowledge and experience to the business.

That has brought us to where we are today. An organisation with more than 300 employees. We are proud to count over 300 manufacturers as our partners. We reach approximately 150,000 customers together with our partners. We work together on every conceivable level.

2020 in numbers

1,200,000+

orders a year

150,000+

customers

300

manufacturers

60,000

daytime deliveries to customers

115,000

shipments to Wildkamp branches by overnight delivery

12

trucks a day for our customers

77,000

packages sent via the parcel service

12,000,000

metre length of material sold (e.g. tubes and piping)

Responsible entrepreneurship

The environment is at the heart of our business. We embrace and develop sustainable concepts, produce smart combi-transport options and build with the environment in mind. The distribution centre that we opened in 2021 scores well on all counts. In addition, we invest in our day-to-day relationships with our employees, our customers and our suppliers.

We set up the Jarola Foundation in 2007. This is how we support small-scale projects where humanitarian aid is required. You can find more about the Jarola Foundation here.