Pander & Zonen
Pander was a woodworking company which took up aircraft construction in early 1920s, with Model D single-seat monoplane and Model E two-seat sesquiplane. Concentrated on special designs rather than mass production, but Pander aircraft were adopted by Dutch flying clubs. Built Postjager tri-motor low-wing mailplane in 1934.
Z Schelde had taken over the aircraft construction department of the Pander furniture factory in The Hague at the end 1934, including Pander's designer and a number of his staff.