Van Beek will be available to the English county for all formats, subject to final approval.
Derbyshire head of cricket Dave Houghton, said: “We were looking for a specific type of cricketer and someone to enhance our bowling attack.
“Logan came highly recommended by our contacts in New Zealand, including John Wright. He gets his wickets with balls that are pitched up and that’s a good length in England, especially in the early season.
“He’s on the verge of New Zealand side and bursting to try and get in. That’s the type of cricketer we want – guys who are here with a point to prove. We look forward to welcoming Logan to Derbyshire.”
The 28-year-old has Dutch roots – and played eight T20Is for the Netherlands. He has been a key cricketer for Wellington, who are always Super Smash contenders.
“I’m really looking forward to joining Derbyshire next season. I’ve followed the county competition for a number of years now and to have the opportunity to play for Derbyshire is really exciting,” added van Beek.
“They’re a really close-knit group of guys with a lot of ambition and hopefully I can add to that and contribute to wins next season. I’ve now got to finish the campaign well in New Zealand and bring momentum to Derbyshire next year.”
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