27 June 2012Pressemitteilung

Export award 2012

Export award handover 2012


Measurementspecialist withgrowth spurt

SANKT  PETER AM HART. The AMO GmbH based in St. Peter am Hart in Braunau has evolved to specialists since its founding in 1994 in the field of linear and angle measuring  systems.

The company produces highly accurate and extremely robust systems, which allow smallest measuring steps up to 0.0001 millimeter.

The precision systems of amo are used in CNC machine tools, medical technology, for example in computer tomography, in sheet metal processing machines, billboard printers, equipment for the semiconductor industry, automated insertion and in antenna positioning. The export quota of the AMO is more than 90 percent.

This value is also the reason why the company located in St. Peter am Hart was among the three nominees for the Austrian Export Award 2012 in the category of business and end up winning in the category "Crafts and Trade" – awarded bythe Ministry of EconomyandCommerce.

"I am delighted withthis award.It is a further motivation to continue our market expansion in small but targeted steps, "says Heinz Eisschiel, who founded the company in 1994 together with Victor Vasiloiu.It would be nice if through this success our company gets more known in the region because we are always looking for good employees," says Mr.Eisschiel. The export price is also an award, which features an international commitment to economic recovery, says minister Mitterlehner.

In two or three years AMO GmbH is planning some subsidiaries in China and likely also in South Korea, „that we can care for our costumers in the future market even better.“ The main export markets are currently Germany, Italy, the United States, Canada, Switzerland and South Korea.

AMO has subsidiaries in Germany, the USA and in Italy and works in all other major industrial countries with independent sales representatives.The turnover has increased since 2009 to two and a half times the number of employees doubled to its current 70th.Heinz Eisschiel: "In the coming years we expect an average growth of 25 percent per year."

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