Privacy Statement

I4hi is responsible for the processing of personal data as reflected in this privacy statement.

Our contact details

Website: https://www.i4hi.nl

Data Protection Officer: NA van Hussen (nick.van.hussen@i4hi.nl)

Personal data processed by us

I4hi processes your personal data because you use our services and/or because you provide these data to us yourself.

Below is a run-down of the personal data we process:

Contact form

– Surname and first name

– E-mail address

– Telephone number

Special and/or sensitive personal data processed by us

The aim of our website and/or service is not to collect data about website visitors under 16 years of age, unless they have permission from their parents or guardian to share their personal data. However, we are not in a position to verify whether a visitor is over 16 years old. We therefore recommend that parents take an interest in and get involved in their children’s online activities in order to prevent data from being collected about children without parental consent. If you believe that we have collected personal data about a minor without such consent, please contact us at nick.van.hussen@i4hi.nland we will delete any such information.

For which purposes and on what basis do we process personal data?

I4hi processes your personal data for the following purposes:

– To be able to call or e-mail you if this is necessary in order to be able to carry out our services

– To deliver goods and services to you

Automated decision-making

I4hi does not make decisions based on automated processing about matters that could have (significant) consequences for persons.

How long we store personal information

I4hi will not store your personal data for longer than is strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which your data are collected. Your data will not be kept on record for longer than five years if no agreement is concluded with you.

Sharing of personal data with third parties

I4hi will disclose information to third parties only if this is necessary for the performance of our agreement with you or in order to comply with a statutory obligation. With companies that process your data on our behalf, we conclude a data processing agreement to ensure the same level of protection and confidentiality of your data. As the Data Controller, i4hi remains responsible for these processing operations.

Cookies or similar technologies used by us

I4hi uses only technical and functional cookies. It also uses analytical cookies that do not infringe your privacy. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone on your first visit to this website. The cookies we use are necessary for the technical operation of the website and your convenience. They ensure that the website works properly and remembers, for example, your preferred settings. It also enables us to optimise our website. You can unsubscribe from cookies by setting your internet browser so that it no longer stores cookies. In addition, you can also delete all information previously stored in your browser settings.

Access to, rectification and deletion of data

You have the right to access your personal data or to have them rectified or deleted. In addition, you have the right to withdraw your consent to the data processing or to object to the processing of your personal data by I4hi and you have the right to data portability. This means that you can send us a request asking us to send the personal data we have of you to yourself or to another organisation to be specified by you in a computer file.

You can send a request for access, rectification, deletion, data portability of your personal data or a notification advising us that you are withdrawing your consent or expressing your objection to the processing of your personal data to nick.van.hussen@i4hi.nl.

In order to be sure that the request for access to your data has been made by you, we ask that you send us a copy of your identity document, along with your request. In this copy, blot out your passport photo, MRZ (machine readable zone, the strip with numbers at the bottom of the passport), your passport number and Citizen Service number (BSN). This is to protect your privacy. We will respond to your request as soon as possible, albeit within four weeks at the latest.

I4hi would also like to point out that you are free to file a complaint with the national data protection authority, the Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens (Personal Data Authority). You can do so at: https://autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl/nl/contact-met-de-autoriteit-persoonsgegevens/tip-ons

How we protect personal data

I4hi takes the protection of your data seriously and puts in place appropriate measures to prevent misuse, loss, unauthorised access, accidental disclosure and unlawful changes. The website of I4hi uses a reliable SSL Certificate to ensure that your personal data do not fall into the wrong hands. If you feel that your data are not properly protected or there are indications of misuse, please contact our customer service or get in touch with us at nick.van.hussen@i4hi.nl.

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Peter-Paul Ansinger

Peter-Paul Ansinger got his Master’s degree in Financial Management from Tias Business School and his Executive Master’s degree in Finance & Control from Erasmus University. After his studies Peter founded his own company and worked for a short stint at Newion Investments (a venture capital firm) after which he joined Shell as a trainee. At Shell he worked in manufacturing, trading and audit leading various projects in different parts of the world. Peter’s final two years at Shell were spent as a deal-maker, where he acted as finance lead on deals (>€100M) with a focus on renewable energy generation and e-mobility (incl. the acquisition of SBRS GmbH). Peter is part of the i4hi team since October 2023 and took a leading role in the acquisition of Ice-World and PlayFountain, where he will was instated as CFO.   


Peter-Paul has lived abroad for extended periods of time and currently lives in Rotterdam with his wife and two children. 

Stijn van den Brekel

Stijn got his academic degree Industrial Engineering at the Tilburg University in 1997.  After travelling around the world for seven months, Stijn started his career at Keter Plastics, one of the world’s leading manufacturers and marketers of resin-based household and garden consumer products. He worked in different area’s and positions such as sales manager, plant manager, BU manager , SCM  Europe and COO Europe.  He joined i4hi in 2019. His involvement in i4hi’s portfolio companies includes the managing director position of Transmare Compounding and sales management for EcoForte.

Jip Duijn

Got his Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Delft and started his career in 2011 with Tata Steel at various production locations across Europe. Jip was responsible for daily operations of production lines and implementing operational excellence. In 2017 he joined Weener Plastics as plant manager of the Tilburg production facility. Since November 2019, Jip is part of the i4hi team. One of his projects has been the improvement of the bottom line results of The Compound Company.

Thomas van het Kaar

Got his Master degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Delft. During his study he had his own IT company with some fellow students. After earning his degree in 2009, Thomas started working with ExxonMobil at various production locations and was responsible for daily operations and setting operational strategies. In 2014 he joined the global strategy consultant A.T. Kearney in Amsterdam, where he worked on various projects across Europe. Since 2018 Thomas is part of the i4hi team. He led the development and construction of the new production site for The Compound Company. For the latest acquisition of Transmare Compounding he performed the due diligence before starting as one of the new directors with focus on capital projects and finance.

Bart Jan Keijzer

Bart Jan Keijzer studied Business Economics (HEAO) and spent several years working with Staal Bankiers merchant bank. In 1991, he joined Koninklijke Begemann Groep N.V., where he worked for eleven years as controller and finance director for a number of portfolio companies. Bart Jan led the financial turnaround and divestment of VCST (automotive), Tulip Computers, HiTec Power Protection, and Holec machinery. Since 2002, he has worked as an active, hands-on investor for Onrecruit, APOC, and Release. In 2006, Bart Jan co-founded i4hi, where he was actively involved in the acquisition of EKF, Ecoforte, Yparex, and Lightronics. He also led the divestment of EKF to Jardin Netherlands, which is a part of the Keter Group. Bart Jan focuses on transaction structuring and management, and financial strategic projects at i4hi’s portfolio companies.

Nick van Hussen

Nick van Hussen earned a Master’s degree in Business Economics at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, and started his career in 2001 at ABN AMRO Bank Mergers & Acquisitions, where he worked in Amsterdam and London. In 2005, Nick joined 5Square Investments, where he worked as a hands-on investor at Greve Shoes and co-founded the online real estate portal Pararius.nl. In 2006, Nick co-founded i4hi, where he completed the administrative and financial carve-out of Hartman’s plastics production business, followed by the carve-out and integration of Yparex (formerly part of DSM Engineering Plastics), and the acquisition, restart and divestment of Eco-Care Recycling Solutions. As i4hi’s designated financial director of EcoForte-Yparex, Nick has led various improvement projects, including the implementation of an ERP/DMS/WMS/LIMS/CRM system.

Frans Haafkens

Frans Haafkens graduated from MSc Mechanical Engineering in Delft in 1988, complemented by an MBA from IMD Lausanne in 1994. After his military service with the Royal Dutch Navy, Frans led various international performance improvement programmes for Van Leer Industrial Packaging (1990-1994). In 1995, he joined McKinsey and Company in London, where he worked on various strategy studies in Telecom, Oil and Gas, and Insurance. He joined H2 Equity Partners in 1998, where he led turnarounds at Nedstaal, Nedac Sorbo, and Whitecroft Lighting. After leading a turnaround at Hartman Garden Furniture in 2003, Frans, together with his two i4hi partners, bought out Hartman’s plastics factory and repositioned it as two independent companies in injection moulding (EKF) and plastics compounding (Ecoforte). Since then, Frans has been involved in all i4hi investments, focusing on general and commercial strategy, as well as operational improvement management, either as executive or non-executive director.