PCB | December 19, 2008
Schoeller-Electronics invests in Germany
The German PCB manufacturer Schoeller-Electronics, with headquarters in Wettern, will implement a far-reaching investment program in 2009.
The total investment sum of around € 2-3 million will be used for new laser and drilling machines; and electroplating processes. This investment program could create up to 20 new jobs at the PCB manufacturer's facility in Wettern, Germany. Currently, Schoeller-Electronics employs 318 staff. The plant was acquired - through a management buy-outs - by Mr. Eberling and Mr. Winkelmann, who took over the former RUWEL facility. (evertiq reported) For 2009, the PCB manufacturer expects a revenue growth of over 10%; in 2008, the company earned around €40 million. Image Source: Schoeller-Electronics