Zollner Market Presence Expanding in the USA

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Zollner Elektronik AG and US-based Electronic Instrumentation & Technology (EIT), are pleased to announce the acquisition of the EIT EMS division (electronic manufacturing services) by Zollner.

The investment in EIT supports our strategic focus for expanding operations in the US and strengthens Zollner's market presence. With the acquisition, three additional US east coast locations in Salem NH, Leesburg, VA, and Danville, VA are added to the Zollner manufacturing footprint. EIT also has a common customer base with Zollner, serves similar industries, and is just as committed to a high quality standard as we are.

Markus Aschenbrenner, Member of the Managing Board at Zollner Elektronik AG stated, “We are excited to have EIT as part of the Zollner Group. EIT brings experienced employees, skilled management, a positive corporate culture, and has a solid customer base.

With this move, we can serve our existing customers in an expanded US market. We also expect to utilize Zollner’s global presence to bring great advantages for EIT.”


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