ESCATEC Receives 1* Rating by Dun & Bradstreet


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ESCATEC, a leading provider of contract design and manufacturing services, announced that its Swiss facility has been awarded the best risk indicator rating of 1* by Dun & Bradstreet.  This is the tenth year in succession that ESCATEC Switzerland has received this rating.

Thomas Dekorsy Ph.D., ESCATEC's General Manager at Heerbrugg, said, "ESCATEC is very proud to not only be awarded the best possible risk indicator of 1*, i.e. Dun & Bradstreet views ESCATEC as an extremely low business risk, but also that ESCATEC is one of the very few companies in Switzerland to have been recognised with this high accolade; only 2% of Swiss companies have achieved this.

"The 1* Risk Indicator provides our international clients with third party validation of our world-class business ethics and that we are very low risk as an EMS supplier.  This is very important for customers as they want long term relationships with partners that are financial stable and that they can completely trust," said Dr. Thomas Dekorsy, GM  at ESCATEC Heerbrugg.

About ESCATEC

The ESCATEC Group provides fully-integrated electronic and mechatronic design and manufacturing solutions to assist customers in achieving success in their market. Its one-stop solutions and best-in-class service enable companies around the world to operate more profitably, sustainably and efficiently. Founded in 1984, its history is full of innovation, which made it a first choice partner for many European and North American OEMs. The Swiss-owned company perfectly blends Swiss business philosophy and attention to quality, precision and detail with the advantage of low-cost, mass-volume manufacturing capabilities in its Asian factories.

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