A safe track to the future

Nov 24 2022

Under the slogan “A safe track to the future”, the PCB manufacturer demonstrated at electronica how the path to achieving an economical and production-ready PCB can be pursued not only quickly, but also safely. In addition to leading-edge technologies, the KSG Group focuses here on comprehensive and customer-oriented service.

To familiarise trade fair visitors with the broad spectrum of PCB projects and highlight the strengths of the recently expanded range of services in the area of co-engineering & technical support, the entire KSG Group sales team from Gornsdorf and Gars was on hand at stand 224 in Hall B1. “In uncertain times such as these, it is important for companies to be able to rely on a dependable partner excelling in customer proximity and practical solutions. We demonstrated at electronica that we can accomplish this with our highly qualified team,” says Christof Sofsky, Head of Sales at the KSG Group. Be it mobility, industry or medicine – at electronica, the KSG Group left no doubt as to its focus on the applications and needs of its customers. And this is why, for the first time, the technology company presented not only printed circuit boards as exhibits, but also the specific applications. “The future belongs to intelligent, networked electronics. As we demonstrated at the trade fair, we are already setting the right course for this with application-oriented, smart solutions,” Sofsky emphasises. For example, he points out, the digital expansion and development of Technical Support is currently in full swing.

For the KSG Group, the safe track to the future is rooted in quality, innovation, sustainability and a clear commitment to Europe, as CEO Margret Gleiniger stresses: “We are one of the last major manufacturers producing exclusively in Europe – and we intend to continue doing so. We are further strengthening our locations, expanding our team and investing continuously – including in sustainable and energy-efficient processes. Our goal is to reduce our CO2 emissions by 40 percent by 2033."