ATM Group, based in Salem, Germany, specialises in test systems for photovoltaic and semiconductor industries and has enjoyed considerable success since it was established in 2005. ATM’s CEO, Schadnusch Nejad, attributes this success to a range of factors, but emphasises in particular a policy of close co-operation with the company’s key suppliers. The five key
In case you don’t know these guys: LinusTechTips provides news, articles, reviews and techguides about everything, err, technical. Topics vary from SSD’s, videocards, mobile phones, televisions to 3D-printing. These guys are so technical that they don’t have a ‘normal’ website, but they host a pretty large forum. They also create a lot of videos and one of the themes are the factory tours.
In one of the factory tours they visit the Omron factory where they create Romer-G mechanical switches for the Logitech G910 Orion Spark keyboard. Have a look and see how our Japanse colleagues approach manufacturing.