In-Tech recently announced that its center in Greer, South Carolina, just appointed its 100th associate. In 2013, the U.S. In-Tech affiliate started with just five associates. Since then, the company has grown tremendously. Initially, the business focused on the development of electronic components for the automotive industry. Step by step, In-Tech added expertise in the areas of mechanical and software engineering. Now, In-Tech accompanies numerous projects in the United States and abroad.
"We are very happy with our continuous growth and look forward to the coming projects, which will keep our 100 associates busy. Our business relies on friendly relations with all our associates. We made this our maxim when we established the U.S. In-Tech affiliate company," said Christoph Schönmetzler, CEO of In-Tech Automotive Engineering.
The US domicile of In-Tech Automotive Engineering is located in downtown Greer, South Carolina. This puts the company right in the center of many automotive OEMs and their suppliers. Greer is also the direct port of call for automotive suppliers south-east of Greer. Offices in New Jersey and California complete the In-Tech network in the United States.
The 100th associate joining In-Tech in Greer represents a milestone and emphasizes both the company's employee-friendly culture and its taste for innovation. Associate Christopher Collins is a perfect fit: "I always wanted to contribute my expertise in automotive engineering at work. Therefore, I did not hesitate a moment to make my new home in a place 900 miles away and work for In-Tech."
In-Tech started in 2002 in Munich. Worldwide, more than 800 people have joined In-Tech as associates. In 2015, the company founded the affiliate enterprise In-Tech Industry and with it expanded its portfolio to Industry 4.0 solutions. Right now, In-Tech expertise and services are synonymous with smart machine parts, networked production facilities and intelligent building automation for customers in the fields of mechanical engineering, automotive engineering and the transportation industry.