The Netherlands Locations
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Fast Facts: The Site
Due to its seaport and busy airport, Amsterdam is the a gateway to Europe, and makes it perfect for Intel to focus the site primarily on logistics. Since 1996, Intel in Amsterdam has been devoted to receiving, storing, packing and shipping products to Intel's end-customers. The office is based in an industrial area near many other logistics centers, close to the airport, a mere 15 minutes by train from the center of Amsterdam.
Cool stuff at Intel The Netherlands—Amsterdam
In addition to our many benefits and programs, employees get a bunch of other perks! Here's some cool stuff that makes Intel in Amsterdam a great place to work.
- Organized clubs and groups, and employee discount programs
- Social networking channels where employees can connect with each other
Caring for our planet and inspiring the next generation
Our passionate commitment to innovation, and sustainable business practices is what drives us in our ongoing quest for ever-more energy efficient products, and a smaller ecological footprint.
Intel is helping to transform the lives of millions through education. For example, Intel launched the Intel® Education Solutions Education Solution Provider Program so educators can have a provider of choice, which understands local education needs, provides a comprehensive education solution and is committed to giving back to the local community.
Education Solution Providers receive comprehensive training from Intel, based on years of accumulative learning from the Intel Education Solutions deployments in over 60 countries. Intel has deployed more than 2 million Intel Education Solutions platforms to students worldwide.
In the ‘Learning of the Future’ pilot, students and teachers from groups 6, 7 and 8 at the De Schakel primary school in Eibergen (the Netherlands) participated in a unique experiment which beamed them into the classrooms of the future.