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© yuri-arcurs-dreamstime.com Electronics Production | November 27, 2013

He who sits, does not go forward

A golden rule for all companies wishing to challenge the economic crisis that is gripping the global markets. A rule that has kept Italian EMS provider Elemaster Group in business for 35 years.
Investments in innovation, research and development is a must; to open and gain access to global markets. And after 35 years in business, Elemaster will continue to invest and improve in accordance to this rule.

Since 2006, revenues grew at an annual growth rate of about 7%, despite the impact of the crisis of 2008 / 2009. The company was able maintaining its competitive position in the market by focusing on niche markets – such as Industrial Automation, Telecommunication, Aerospace or Biomedical – characterized by small/medium lots, high technological levels and high customization of products.

“Technological know-how is the spring to boost competitiveness of the large advanced economies and the creativity that characterizes the Italian people is a critical success factor. The latter is hard to imitate, especially in a period of economic and cultural crisis,” the company states in a press release.

“Si sedes, non is - si non sedes, is”

So what does 35 years of moving forward get you? Well, it gets you manufacturing capacities in Italy, Russia, Tunisia, South Africa, China, India, Brazil and the US. Also, you get a couple of R&D centres placed in the US and India. Sprinkle that with sales offices on each continent.

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