At the end of January a delegation from the Landunion set off for Roding together with District Administrator Franz Löffler to visit Q-Tech, where our family of entrepreneurs took them on a tour through the company’s history and the office building.
Q-Tech Roding, which started as a one-man/one-machine operation in the IGZ back then, has meanwhile grown into an important global player in the measurement industry, with almost 20 employees. We measure components and X-ray them with state-of-the-art technology every day, and we do that with the help of computed tomography in the truest sense of the word. The resulting datasets are encrypted and sent to customers from the automotive sector and also the toolmaking industry.
Both the Landunion delegates and the District Administrator were impressed by our state-of-the-art technology and the positive development of Q-Tech Roding. “If we didn’t have Q-Tech, other companies wouldn’t be able to work either,” said Franz Löffler, and assured us that further measures would be taken for broadband expansion and to keep skilled workers in the region.