Swiss EMC test firm TESEQ wins start-up award
TESEQ AG, the Switzerland based manufacturer of EMC measurement and test devices, has won the Swiss Economic Award for 2012, the country’s most important start-up company prize.
TESEQ AG, which was founded in 2006 from the test device division of Schaffner AG, was winner in the category high-tech/biotech for its corporate achievements.
According to company CEO Johannes Schmid, who accepted the prize, the company ”will keep on growing”.
The management buyout put a new focus on the EMC test devices.
TESEQ now has 14 subsidiaries in 9 countries, primarily in Europe, Asia and the US.
The 200 employee company has six calibration laboratories and the number of new standard-setting test devices developed since its founding is impressive.
The company manufactures test systems in Luterbach, Switzerland and Berlin, Germany. It has sales and service offices in Switzerland, Germany, UK, France, US, Japan, China, Singapore and Taiwan.
Accredited test laboratories are in Switzerland, Germany, UK, US, Singapore and Japan.
The “Swiss Economic Award”, has been awarded annually to outstanding start-up companies since 1999. It is considered the most important corporate development prize in Switzerland, and not just because of the prize money of 75,000 – 25,000 Swiss francs in each of the three categories.