Zollner is one of the top 15 EMS companies in the world. More than 5 decades ago, Manfred Zollner laid the foundation in Zandt for today’s Zollner Elektronik AG. Since that time, the company has developed into a worldwide group of companies with more than 11,500 employees. Zollner is both a mechatronics service provider and a flexible, family-run firm.
At 20 international locations, in Germany, Hungary, Romania, China, Tunisia, the USA, Switzerland, Costa Rica and Hong Kong, they claim to focus on longstanding, sustainable customer and supplier partnerships, consistent quality and an optimal price-performance ratio.
Company DifferentiatorsZollner’s 200+ R&D engineers ensure their industrial OEM clients can focus on their own core development. The R&D lab at the Zandt facility is key to their quality commitment. Their expertise in power electronics and the very stable and loyal workforce gives them strength and continuity, especially at the Zandt location where the company began. Their core offering is technology AND people; their people know how to use their impressive technological capabilities to benefit their customers, and thereby developing trust. Each of their global facilities has its unique strengths that reflect the region. For example, at the China facility, 90% of the production is for the Chinese customer. Their 500+ global customers are primarily in the industrial electronics sector. They not only have the same systems, machines and processes at all of the locations but also offer the same high level of quality, flexibility and surety.
Strategic Growth DriversThey have invested in new sectors such as 3D printing and agricultural applications. They support customers along the entire value-added chain: from customer-specific development and design at the beginning of the product lifecycle through sample and serial production, including supply chain management and materials management, and all the way to after-sales service.
They believe their loyal workforce will be a major growth driver, and they place special value in continuous further education and training for employees, enabling them to optimally use these technologies and systems for customers. They have included employees in production processes, services and business processes, into the framework of our Continuous Improvement Process (CIP). The goals are the highest level of efficiency and effectiveness. To best serve customers, they employ the Six Sigma method. The avoidance of waste (Muda) is a given.