“In modern cars we see a fusion of automotive and computer industry. KOSTAL focuses on this fusion point.” - Michael Weiß, KOSTAL Automotive Electrical Systems
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“The UNITECH interns Sara Larsen (Programme participant 2015), Alessandra Zampieri (Programme participant 2015) and Matthias Untergassmair (Programme participant 2015) coordinated the organization of the event. The participants had the opportunity to listen to various talks from the Company site coordinators, such as Adam Broad, the Supply Chain Manager; Jerome Poupard, the Process Engineering Manager; David Kinsella, the R&D Director or Timothy Kelf, the Head of Sensor Development.” - Michele Becce: UAA London Regional Group Coordinator.
Lonza is one of the world’s leading and most trusted suppliers to the pharmaceutical, biotech and specialty ingredients markets.
Covestro is a world‐leading manufacturer of high‐tech polymer materials for key industries. Its products and application solutions are nearly everywhere in modern life.
Metall Zug manufactures, markets and sells household appliances (VZug), disinfection and sterilisation solutions (Belimed) and wire processing machines (Schleuniger)
The HOERBIGER Group has joined the UNITECH Network as a Corporate Partner. Their decision comes following an initial conversation with, and recommendation by, Egbert Appel, President, HILTI FOUNDATION (and a former UNITECH CP Vice President).
The Hörbiger Group, headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, is a global leader in the fields of compression technology, drive technology, and hydraulic systems. They have over 7,000 employees worldwide, with 130 locations in over 50 countries.
You can learn more about Hörbiger here.
Belimo is global market leader in the development, production and marketing of actuator solutions for controlling heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems
KOSTAL develop and produce technologically advanced electronic, electromechanical and mechatronic products for major industrial organisations.
Nokia is a global leader in the technologies that connect people and things.
Infineon and Trinity College Dublin combine to impact early engineering interest among schollchildren
01 Apr 2016 in Corporate Partners by David Ward
In 2012 the Chips@School programme was established in Munich as an idea competition for students of the 8th grade onwards (roughly 13 years old) where the students come up with an idea on how semiconductor chips can be used to improve our lives. Several other sites in Germany joined and in 2015 the first nationwide competition took place.