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Switzerland Business Report 2017

ANTRIMON Group brings mechatronics expertise to Chinese manufacturers

With manufacturing facilities in Switzerland and Slovenia, the group can supply customers with everything related to mechatronics, from individual parts to subassemblies

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 21 March, 2017, 12:08pm
UPDATED : Tuesday, 21 March, 2017, 12:08pm

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Chinese companies can increasingly incorporate mechatronics in product development. The ANTRIMON Group, Switzerland’s technological leader in combining mechanical engineering with electronics, has started to offer its end-to-end contract manufacturing services in China last year.

“We help companies transform their ideas into actual products by offering at their disposal our engineering expertise,” says Markus Arnold, CEO of subsidiary ANTRIMON Motion. “We can support clients at any stage of the value chain – from product conceptualisation, design and development through to testing, mass production and repair.”

With manufacturing facilities in Switzerland and Slovenia, the group can supply customers with everything related to mechatronics, from individual parts to subassemblies.

“Although our contract manufacturing projects require deep knowledge in building up the engineering portion of the products, we are also dedicated in supporting clients on all other aspects including compliance with government regulations and global environmental standards,” Arnold says.

We help companies transform their ideas into actual products by offering at their disposal our engineering expertise
Markus Arnold, CEO, ANTRIMON Motion

In particular, the group’s laboratories and processes all comply with international standards, which include ISO 13485, a certification for the design and manufacture of medical devices.

Aside from manufacturers of medical equipment, the ANTRIMON Group is targeting many other verticals in China. These segments include robotics, building automation, industrial automation, electric vehicles, household devices and all kinds of apparatuses including future technologies.

To illustrate, the group is developing a breakthrough device that could treat people with abnormal corneas. Instead of surgery or transplant, ANTRIMON Group’s mechatronic and computer engineers have designed a total solution incorporating the latest technologies in electronic optics, servomotors and software systems.

“We are excited to meet new customers in China and are open to any discussions,” Arnold says. “We would like CEOs and chief technology officers on the mainland to think of the ANTRIMON brand whenever they aspire to a cost-effective way of manufacturing their products using premium Swiss engineering.”

ANTRIMON Group
www.antrimon.com