In need of a bigger and better optimized facility, the headquarters for the Mycronic PCB Test business line in Wertheim will relocate from Reicholzheim to Reinhardshof by the end of 2024. Recently, the company held a groundbreaking ceremony on the building site in Reinhardshof.
Within a year from now, the construction site will according to plan have been transformed into a newly built facility. Particularly, a three-story office building with 1200sq.m of floor space will house administration and the development department.
The production area will be expanded to an area of 3000sq.m, where systems for the electrical testing of printed circuit boards will be manufactured. New modern buildings will provide employees with an environment designed to foster innovation and collaboration across departments. In addition, the buildings will also be designed according to high energy standards that will reflect the company’s high sustainability standards.
Key officials of Mycronic graced the groundbreaking ceremony. Among them, Magnus Marthinsson, Senior Vice President, Global Technologies and Jochen Kleinertz, Vice President, PCB Test.
Since 2021, atg Luther & Maelzer has been part of the Swedish technology group Mycronic AB. Accordingly, it constitutes the PCB Test business line, as a part of Mycronic’s Global Technologies division.
With around 200 employees worldwide, atg Luther & Maelzer is a leader in the development, manufacture, and sale of electrical inspection and testing equipment for bare printed circuit boards. Moreover, the customers are among the global players in the electronics industry and ensure that electronic components, e.g. in smartphones and computers, function flawlessly.
Mycronic is a Swedish high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of production equipment with high precision and flexibility requirements for the electronics industry. Mycronic’s headquarters is in Täby, north of Stockholm in Sweden.
In addition, the Group has subsidiaries in China, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, United Kingdom, United States, and Vietnam.