Introducing our team

Introducing Evin Peker

My name is Evin Peker. I am a chemical engineer who joined  ASaP as Project Engineer in August 2022. Previously, I was working as a Measurement Engineer in a LNG Terminal in Turkey. I am responsible for coordinating clients projects here at ASaP and I enjoy the varied nature of this role and the opportunity to work with the whole engineering team.

Introducing Martin Mendez

My name is Martin Mendez, I am originally from Argentina but have lived overseas for many years. After two very innovative projects and completing my degree I joined the ASaP team as a research and development analyst where I can apply my analytical skills in combination with my technical skills to solve technical challenges, further improve and develop new products.

Successful FAT critical measurement with ABB Fidas analyzer

After being involved in engineering several projects over the past 2 years, I had the pleasure to conduct my first FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) together with Fulco from our service team. This project is for a critical measurement using an ABB Advance Optima Fidas analyzer which was installed in an optimized panel, containing utility and calibration gases, and sample eductor that allows accurate flow control towards the system. I am happy to say the customer was very happy with our performance and the quality of the system we built.

Introducing Tim Last

I’m Tim Last. I worked for 25 years at a multinational oil company (Shell) where I was involved as a researcher in improving gas separation and purification projects. In that capacity I have built up expertise with gas analyses. Now in a world of increased regulations and increased specialization I found that my original broad knowledge and skills could no longer be used to the full. It was time to say goodbye and look for opportunities at a smaller company.

Martin van Burgh: new role as CTO

We are pleased to announce that six years after starting at ASaP, Martin van Burgh has accepted the position of Chief Technology Officer and member of the Management Team. Since starting our R&D Department in 2014, ASaP successfully launched several products, such as the Phazer LNG Probe-Vaporizer , LNG Intermittent sample system, the Flare Gas[…]

Introducing Miriam Berkhout

I’m Miriam Berkhout and I started April 20, 2020 as management assistant at the ASaP-team. I know Michael because I have worked for him at the IDA Foundation and one day we talked about ASaP. How they are a healthy, growing company and about a position to support the management team. I was looking for[…]

Introducing Shanice van der Zee

I started working at ASaP in February 2019. My first half year at ASaP I worked part time to combine working and studying. That first half year I mainly worked with the service engineers doing administrative jobs. Now, I have finished my Bachelor study at the University of Amsterdam in Economics and Business. In September[…]

Introducing Jessica Rossetti

My name is Jessica and I joined ASaP to help the engineering team. Last year I moved from Brazil to Holland, looking for new challenges and to extend my work experience. I have more than ten years of experience, working on different Electrical and Automation projects. Therefore, I had the opportunity to participate in diverse[…]

Introducing Vinicius Rossetti

I joined the ASaP team in May 2019, to be part of the Service Department. I have previous experience with Process Analyzers in Brazil. I have worked for a couple of years in the Oil and Gas sector, providing troubleshooting and maintenance on different kinds of Process Analyzers, from Conductivity Meter to Gas Chromatographs. During[…]

Introducing Lindert van der Hart

In 2005 I obtained my Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics, however since then my career developed multi-disciplinary, which is one of the advantages in the specialism we are working in.

Introducing Paulo Silva

I have 25 years of work experience as an electrician in Portugal and Netherlands and I am very skilled in this field of expertise. I completed an ATEX Course that helped me to acquire new skills and expand my work experience. I mostly work on the projects in the ASaP workshop where my goal is to deliver the end product in great quality and on time which is achieved thanks to great teamwork with my colleagues.

Introducing Peter Kearney

My name is Peter Kearney and I joined ASaP in April 2017 to strengthen and coordinate the service team. In the past 30 years I have gained extensive experience with process analyzer systems, 19 years of which were with Imtech Analyzer Systems as a service engineer and then service group leader, and the last 2[…]

Introducing Bart Berkhout

My name is Bart Berkhout and I joined the ASaP-team in May 2016 as Junior Engineer. I spent the first 8 years of my career working and studying as metalworker (metal construction) for a small factory. Therefore it was a big step from physical construction to engineering, but it does come with a different view[…]

Introducing Faye Clewits

My name is Faye Clewits, In December 2013 I joined the ASaP team . Prior to working at ASaP I studied ‘Child Development’ and after that I’ve been working with children. I was looking to start my career in a different direction, with a new challenge, which I found at ASaP. For me this is[…]

Introducing Mike Beer

I joined ASaP since June 1st 2014 and settled in the organization for more than a year now. Many people I know working in the refinery & chemical industry raised questions about my move as a I am a born and raised member of the Rotterdam community and working for an originally founded Amsterdam company,[…]

Introducing Michel Laan

My name is Michel Laan and I started my career at ASaP in the engineering department. Prior to working at ASaP I studied mechanical engineering at a technical school from which I graduated in 2014. In order to graduate I did an internship at Maron Metals. During the internship I came into contact with ASaP,[…]

Introducing Marcel Schlüter

My name is Marcel Schlüter and I work with great pleasure as back office manager and management team member for ASaP. In the past I worked for a small company as a mechanical engineer which produced natural gas reducing stations. In my next job with ABB Process Analytics in Weesp, I learned the basics of[…]

Introducing Thijs Last

Since September 2007 I have been part of the ASaP-family in Amsterdam. I started programming and creating content as a developer for asap.nl. Over time I added extra tasks to my function such as managing the IT network and direct support of my colleagues on a variety of subjects. In the past I have worked[…]

Introducing Michael van der Zee

My name is Michael van der Zee, I joined ASaP in September 2013 as Managing Director. In the past 25+ years, I have gained a wide managerial experience working globally in the fields of pharmaceuticals, automotive and consultancy. At ASaP, my job is to enable our team of professionals to provide our customers with the[…]

Introducing Fulco van Neijenhof

My name is Fulco van Neijenhof and I started my professional career at AsaP in the service department in October 2013. Prior to working at ASaP I studied chemistry at the University of Amsterdam followed by a masters study in Forensic Science, from which I graduated cum laude. I researched illicit drug syntheses and analysis[…]

Introducing Hans-Peter Visser

My name is Hans-Peter Visser (H-P) founder of ASaP in 2000. I’m part of the management, sales and R&D team. I’m focusing on what I like to do: the combination of technique and customer interaction. My goal is to be the best analytical partner for our customers with ASaP (10+) . I started as mechanical[…]

Introducing Martin van Burgh

My name is Martin van Burgh and on the 1st of April 2015 I started at ASaP in the projects and engineering group. I started my career in 2005 with ABB Analytical specializing in gas analyzers and gas chromatographs. In 2010 I became the technical support for the Lewisburg factory supporting Scandinavia, UK & Ireland[…]

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