Garbsen, Aug. 17, 2022 - As part of a visit, Minister President Stephan Weil visited laser specialist LPKF at its headquarters in Garbsen. LPKF has been developing and producing innovative solutions for the technology industry since 1976. The laser systems are of crucial importance for the production of printed circuit boards, microchips, automotive parts, solar modules and many other components.
The Minister President was informed on site about the company's high-tech systems. CEO Dr. Klaus Fiedler was explaining how the technologies are used and the importance of the LIDE and ARRA-LYZE innovations for the LPKF Group.
"LPKF is a highly innovative company that has an attractive and viable product portfolio. Developments such as LIDE and ARRALY-ZE show that innovation is in the company's DNA," says Klaus Fiedler.
As a high-tech company, LPKF continually invests around 10 % of revenue each year in the development of new technologies and applications. The four business units of the LPKF Group have a stable core business, which enables them to research innovative and relevant new technologies.
Michael Agather guided the guests through the machine production of the Electronics Business Unit, followed by Dirk Neizel explaining the advantages of producing components using the LIDE process. At the end of the tour, Nora Fekete-Drimusz explained the new developments around the life science product ARRALYZE.
LPKF and Stephan Weil agreed to stay in touch and work together on a future for the Lower Saxony site.
LPKF Laser & Electronics AG is a leading supplier of laser-based solutions for the technology industry. LPKF laser systems are vital in the manufacture of printed circuit boards, microchips, automotive parts, solar panels and many other components. Founded in 1976, The company is headquartered in Garbsen near Hanover, Germany, and is active worldwide through subsidiaries and agencies. The shares of LPKF Laser & Electronics AG are listed in the Prime Standard of the Deutsch Börse stock exchange (ISIN 0006450000).