Our company for Electronic Manufacturing & Engineering Services, founded in 1977, is taking the next step into the future together with Zollner Elektronik AG. With immediate effect, EIT is now a part of the Zollner Group of companies, Europe’s market leader among electronics service providers.
EIT possesses more than four decades of EMS experience in the development and support of products with medium to high-level technologies from the most widely varied sectors. We support you with many years of engineering expertise from the design and prototype phases and throughout the entire life cycle of your products.
Decisive to us are personal service and first class support along with the financial stability and available capacity to sustain your growth. Through the takeover by Zollner, we are able to vastly expand our spectrum of services as well as expand our customer support in all critical markets to offer comprehensive, innovative EMS solutions.
We offer EMS to customers in the most widely varied sectors for which we possess the required certifications. Our customers benefit from our expertise in the areas of Healthcare & Life Sciences, Telecommunications, Industrial Electronics, EV Charging, Automotive, Rail Technology, Data Processing Technology, Aerospace & Defense, Measurement Technology and miscellaneous consumer goods.
For us, people are our main focus. This applies as well to our customers as to our employees because challenges can only be mastered as a team. Over 13,000 employees around the globe contribute to the success of the Zollner group. We are always on the lookout for personalities, who would like to bring in their expertise and ideas and pursue new pathways. Become part of our success story today!
In the following press release, Governor Glenn Youngkin announces our multi-location investment – with various comments with regard to the expansion. The investment both to expand Zollner's manufacturing operations in the Danville-Pittsylvania County Regional Industrial Facility Authority-owned Cyber Park and the expansion of the U.S. headquarters facility in Loudoun County will create 100 new jobs.