He is the inventor of the multidensity cork diffusing plate patent at the origin of the CorkConcept insulated packaging technology and resulting from 5 years of empirical research with market players (manufacturers, subcontractors, users, logisticians).
In the 1990s, close to the only professional European Horeca wholesaler; the man, for family reasons, has always been interested in fresh products and their deliveries.
Like other distribution players, ISPC was confronted with the problems associated with the delivery of fresh products and in particular the famous problems of the last mile (pollution and costs).
Alexandre Narinx will therefore have the idea of using cork to transport "food" parcels and it is from there that the first natural insulated cork-based packaging was born, obtaining one worldwide patent.
He has held various financial management positions in Belgium and abroad, notably for large groups such as Sanofi and UCB.
Director of Beldimed, an international distributor of pharmaceutical products, he was looking for natural insulated packaging to export products worldwide that had to comply with the needs of the ‘cold chain’.
It is for this reason that Philipp Quodbach met Alexandre Narinx and founded CorkConcept with him.
Today Beldimed is successfully using CorkConcept's insulated boxes.