Sensry, MST Group Enter Strategic Long-Term Cooperation


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The companies Sensry GmbH (Sensry) and Micro Systems Technologies (MST Group) announced the entering of a strategic long-term cooperation using synergies between and interests of both companies to grow together in the Internet-of-Things (IoT) market. 

Sensry and MST Group intent to cooperate in the areas of semiconductor systems design, development, assembly, interconnect, packaging, SMT processes and electrical test of IoT solutions developed by Sensry.

The packaging needs inherent in the Sensry business model with an universal sensor platform solution kit are widely covered by the service offer and philosophy of the MST Group.

“We are proud to have MST Group as development partner and volume manufacturing supplier for our highly flexible IoT solutions for our customers. As we are specialized to build customized solutions with multiple sensors, communication concepts and form factors based on leading edge technologies, the MST Group is a perfect addition to our manufacturing network.”, said Konrad Herre, CEO of Sensry, and added speaking for both partners: “With our cooperation we support the growth of Semiconductor Industry and the related Supply Chain in Europe, by easing customer access to the IoT market field, shortening time-to-market, and offering “Security Made in Germany” products at reasonable prices.”

Christian Rössle, President Sales & Marketing of MST Group, commented, “We are delighted to join forces with Sensry and to offer our ‘One-Stop-Service’ capabilities to IoT module customers, in many different industries, from our high-end semiconductor packaging facility in Berg, Germany. Our partnership approach comprises semiconductor packaging based on our inhouse PCB and IC-Substrate manufacturing, and electrical test services, joint package development projects from samples to volume manufacturing, the programming and calibration of sensors, logistics for wafer, chip, component, and sub-assembly storage, marking, labeling, packing and drop-shipment to Sensry customers.”

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