In 2018, logistics IT expert Jeroen Kemp founded ChainCode together with UPS senior account manager Giovanni Gubbels. These two experts with their years of experience know exactly where the difficulties in the logistics sector lie and are able to offer reliable and sustainable IT solutions in response.
Head of Development
Jeroen Kemp has already built up an impressive service record in the logistics sector. Hired in by the top three high-tech global logistics players in the market, he has worked for the biggest brands all over the world. He has worked for many different companies in Toronto, Hanoi, Antwerp, Hamburg, and Gothenburg, including Microsoft, Samsung, DHL, Nike, and Nestlé where he analysed and streamlined outdated and slow logistics processes. In many cases, often on location, he has put together developer teams to develop and implement new, custom-programmed logistics software.
Jeroen has the ability to analyse complex IT systems from a bird's-eye perspective and to quickly find a solution. Alternatively, if the situation demands it, he can design and build completely new software or apps in a surprisingly short space of time.
Giovanni Gubbels has worked in the logistics sector for over nine years. He gained his experience at various logistics companies, covering all key elements of the supply chain in both the service and purchasing sectors.
Over the years, Giovanni was involved with the establishment of several international and bonded warehouses of 30,000+ m2 and an inventory and warehouse transfer from Germany to the Netherlands. He worked on a number of improvement and change programmes and spent more than three years as a Senior Account Manager at UPS, where he was responsible for an extensive portfolio of global customers.
Making use of his experience in air, ocean, and custom clearance processes in multiple countries, Giovanni has been working as an independent entrepreneur in the supply chain industry since the summer of 2017, and became part of ChainCode when it was founded in the summer of 2018.
Raoul Henning first came into contact with programming at the age of eight through K'NEX building sets for children. The programming-like way of thinking quickly became second nature, and the foundation for his future career was laid. Over the years, he moved from drag & drop programming to creating his first C++ ADC (at the age of 14), to developing and implementing an embedded C microcontroller for the Dutch brewery ’Dommelsch’ (at the age of 17).
After completing his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering, he began his career with a secondment company. Working in different software fields helped boost and broaden his software knowledge, and helped him establish his professional identity. He went on to work for Philips Medical, where he and his team were responsible for finding the root causes of system critical bugs. Working for Philips also helped him develop the skill of leading a team.
MART VAN HOOF
Head of Engineering &
Key Account Manager
Mart van Hoof started his career in the Logistics world over 30 years ago.
From roles as parcel courier and warehouse worker till Warehouse Operations manager and Global Key Account manager.
With a very “Hands on” mentality Mart worked with customers in the FMCG, Medical, Oil & Gas, E-commerce and many other sectors.
Always with the focus on the future to be able to achieve efficiency improvements and cost savings for “his” customers as that is how he sees it.
From warehouse implementations, running several operations all over the world till complete Supply Chain Studies, all projects for which Mart is the perfect fit.
If you have any doubt if you current Supply Chain is the one which will bring your company the desired growth in the coming decades, please contact Mart as he is more than pleased to take a look at it.
Head of Logistics Engineering
Ben Scrivener is an experienced logistics analyst who has worked on the supply chain of many well-known global names including Levi’s, Vanity Fair, Hasbro, and Adidas. Combining solid general business knowledge, operations experience, and IT skills, Ben is able to take a holistic approach to the problems faced in today's challenging and fast-paced supply chain landscape.
Ben focuses on cutting through noise and getting to the root of an issue in order to find the right solution.