21 December 2023

Labour Power Company acquires W&F Detacheringen staffing agency

Veghel, 21 December 2023 – Labour Power Company (LPC) acquires W&F Detacheringen, an employment agency operating in the Brabantse Kempen region. W&F Detacheringen specializes in the placement of technically skilled personnel. This marks LPC’s twelfth acquisition since its inception in 2020.


Twaalfde overname W&F Detacheringen

W&F Detacheringen Rooted in Brabantse Kempen
Founder Han Jansen has spent the past decade building an employment agency active within a 30-kilometer radius of its base in Bergeijk. The agency primarily serves metal, production, and cleaning companies in and around Eindhoven. Like other LPC companies, W&F heavily relies on international staff, providing them with intensive support and housing in the Netherlands. W&F employs international recruiters based in the Netherlands. “By joining LPC, we can leverage their extensive international recruitment network. This allows us to better serve our clients and address the aging workforce that will significantly impact our clients in the technical sector in the coming years,” says Han Jansen.


Close Collaboration with Job Invest
W&F Detacheringen will continue to operate as an independent label under the LPC banner and will be linked with Job Invest, based in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Kevin van Kempen and Ralph van Iersel, who jointly lead Job Invest, express their delight with the strong client base and high-quality services that W&F Detacheringen brings. W&F Detacheringen will remain headquartered in Bergeijk, and a close collaboration will be established in both commercial and back-office aspects.


LPC’s Substantial Growth
Since its establishment in January 2020, LPC has acquired twelve companies, boasting an annual turnover exceeding €400 million. According to Cor Konings, CEO of LPC, this acquisition strengthens their presence in the East Brabant region. “With Job Invest, HOBIJ, and now W&F Detacheringen, we have a strong presence in the metal, manufacturing, and food industries in this economically robust region,” Konings remarks.