(founded in 2004, 22 employees) ensures a supply of germ-free drinking water right at the location of use and offers holistic hygiene concepts.
(founded in 1994, 10 employees) works in development projects on a contracting basis for manufacturers of tables for patient positioning and technique equipment manufacturers in Germany and abroad (Medical Engeneering).
(founded in 1948, 650 employees) develops and manufactures mechatronic systems for domestic engineering, household appliences and environmental engineering.
(founded in 1935, 500 employees) world leading producer of viscose specialty fibres for hygiene products, specialty papers, filtration, technical textiles, flock and many other applications.
(founded in 1943, 1200 employees) develops and produces aluminium and plastic tubes as a partner to the cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries and as a provider of a comprehensive range of special solutions.
(founded in 1997, 2 employees) develops sensor technology in biosensors, diagnostics, instruments for laboratory and process control. A company of the OTH Regensburg.
(founded in 1881, 220 employees) develops, produces and distributes tailor-made solutions in paper for various applications, e.g. food package.
(founded in 2002, 20 employees) develops products for the plasma treatment for industrial and medical applications, as well as process solutions for surface cleaning and activation.
Site Mitterteich(founded in 1970, former SCHOTT-Rohrglas GmbH, 1000 employees) products and services for international growth markets such as pharmaceutics, electronics, automotive and environmental technology.
(founded in 1980, 42 employees) manufactures semi-finished glass products for the industry e.g. as a primary product for lenses in xenon headlights. Service provider in special machine construction (medical technology) for the glass industry.
(founded in 1872, 630 employees) World's market leader for crystal glass in top-class international gastronomy and the hotel industry. Innovation pioneer in Tritan® technology and Biofunctional Surfaces.