We offer our customers almost 50 years of experience in the production of PCBs – a long tradition in a relatively young industry. From PCBs to multilayer up to special applications – we have the necessary industry know-how, and our products and individual solutions always meet the highest quality requirements.

We have been trading under the name technoboards KRONACH GmbH since 2005. With our highly qualified team, about 60 employees at the Kronach location in total, and a production capacity of approx. 125,000 square metres per year, we are a dynamic medium-sized enterprise and thus a competent and high-performance partner of the industry.

We see ourselves as a flexible, customer-oriented service provider that breaks new ground together with customers and suppliers. Thus, we can provide optimum product and process solutions on a permanent basis.

The development of innovative products and their environmentally friendly production, the establishment of complex IT solutions, permanent quality assurance and improvement as well as the optimisation of our consulting expertise for our customers are our lived corporate philosophy.

We grow with your challenges!

Quality & Environment

Engineering and ecological principles are no contradiction at our company – and maximum quality and reliability are ensured! Our company and our products have successfully passed various audits.

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Strategy & Philosophy

The core ingredients of our operational company philosophy are the development of innovative products and their environmentally responsible production, constant quality control and quality improvement as well as an optimisation of our advisory skills for the benefit of our customers.

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The city of Kronach

Nestling on the borders of the “Frankenwald” nature reserve, the Lucas-Cranach-City Kronach is located in Upper Franconia and thrills its visitors with historical charm and romantic flair.

The Rosenberg Fortress thrones high above the historic centre and forms an impressive backdrop for the narrow alleys of Kronach with its well preserved, venerable sand stone and half-timbered houses.

The county town has a population of around 17.400 inhabitants and possesses a remarkable industrial density. The number of highly modernised, trendsetting companies is unusually high in the area. The dominant sectors are electrics, general and communications electronics, mechanical and medical engineering as well as the metal and plastics industries.