Complex mechatronic systems, from development to after-sales service: As a partner to leading global organizations, as well as small and mid-size businesses, Zollner Elektronik AG offers system solutions that cross sectorial divides along the entire product lifecycle.
The company was founded in Zandt, Bavaria, in 1965, and is still a 100% family-owned corporation today. Through continuous organic growth, the Zollner Group established itself worldwide as one of the top 15 EMS service providers in the realm of mechatronic services.
Individual, personal attention is important to us - it begins with comprehensive consultation and continues along all phases of cooperation.
At our 18 locations, in Germany, Hungary, Romania, China, Tunisia, the USA, Switzerland, Costa Rica and Hong Kong, we place our confidence in quality, an optimal price-performance ratio, technological superiority and a best-cost-country strategy along the entire value chain. It makes no difference whether the focus is individual parts, modules, devices or complex systems: The customer determines the depth of the process.
To which basic principles do we as employees and leadership feel obligated?
What is the purpose of the company, and what are our convictions?
We possess a solid, multi-year strategy and derive from that our goals, budgets and projects. This is an important prerequisite to orientation, clarity and implementation.
We strive to be as efficient and flexible as possible. That’s why we have a flat organizational structure to ensure maximum efficiency.
As a globally acting company, we affirm our commitment to social responsibility. This is a critical part of the Zollner corporate culture. Our activities in the area of responsible business relationships, sustainability and social responsibility are firmly anchored in our integrated management system.
Our expectations in terms of quality, environmental protection, occupational safety, health protection, information security, working conditions and business ethics are consolidated in our “Integrated Management System Guidelines” and/or in our “Zollner Code of Conduct”.
We expect adherence to these basic principles of conduct as the basis for our business relationships.