ATE company extends manufacturing facility

12th September 2016
Mick Elliott

Digitaltest’s new production site in Stutensee has opened for business. The new extension is 700 m² in total and consists of an enlarged production space, a service, test and repair centre, a showroom to display the company’s complete test equipment, and a new meeting room that will be used as a training suite.

The new production space allows more machines to be built simultaneously, and also more storage for equipment.

With state of the art technologies in the new service and test and repair area, Digitaltest can continue to serve customers. To strengthen its service proposition, the new training suite will be available to offer training courses to users.

The new building was designed with the needs of customers and employees in mind. The administrative headquarters is connected to the new facility by a short passage – as short communication paths maintain good service and flexibility in customer service, while maintaining the friendly, family-like atmosphere.

"The fact that we stand here today, is because of our continuous growth in a strong industry," says Hans Baka, Managing Director.

And Digitaltest`s CEO, Ute Boctor emphasised that this is possible due to the long-term loyalty and motivation of the employees. Digital Test has over 35 years of experience in developing, implementing and supporting automated test equipment (ATE) for electronic circuit boards.

The complete range of the global company includes not only technology and hardware but also the software for the automation of production as well as a quality management software.

Solutions from Digitaltest are an efficient interface between CAD​, testing and production.

The company has more than 2,000 installations for leading companies in the electronic contract manufacturing services (EMS), in the automotive industry and in transportation, aerospace, telecommunications, medical and industrial technology, as well as in consumer electronics.

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