Smart sensor company highly ranked on global market index
Leuze electronic has been listed in the world market leader index compiled by the University of St. Gallen.
This makes it one of 14 world market leaders located in the Esslingen district of south Germany.
In order to qualify for the champions category, a company must have an annual turnover of more than €50 million and earnings through exports of at least 50%. Additional requirements are that the company must have its headquarters based in the DACH area (representing the regions and countries with German as their official language), must be active on at least three continents and must also be the market leader in its relevant segment.
“The entire Leuze electronic company pursues a consistent focusing and differentiation policy — in other words, concentration and focusing on the industries intralogistics, packaging industry, machine tools, automotive industry and lab automation,” said Ulrich Balbach, Managing Director at Leuze electronic.
In these industries, Leuze has specific expertise and many years of experience. It has established an industry and key account management system and is a competent partner that, in collaboration with its customers, can offer innovative solutions for complex tasks. The company also concentrates on its core technological competence in the product areas of switching and measuring sensors, identification systems, image processing and data transmission solutions and occupational safety components and systems.
“When these technological competences are applied to the abovementioned industry segments in a targeted fashion, this results in specific applications in which we endeavour to achieve market leadership worldwide in a consistent and targeted way — a goal that has already been achieved in some areas. Decades of experience in these areas, a high degree of technological competence and the willingness to take the risk of making new discoveries makes us a unique partner for our customers. This is because real innovation that leads to growth can only be found where there is a correct balance between technological possibilities and customer benefits,” Balbach said.
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