A few weeks ago, IFSYS celebrated its ten-year company anniversary at the company domicile in Großbardorf. The public was able to convince itself that everything runs well: the order position is favorable and in the meantime there have been investments for several new company buildings.
As of September 15, 37 further employees and 7 apprentices will be taken on who will be employed by a subsidiary in Rattelsdorf near Bamberg. These employees had been employed by ELKCOM GmbH before, a supplier of special machines in the region and in insolvency since June 1, 2016.
The new subsidiary company of IFSYS strengthens the know-how in electronic and mechanic development and projecting of complex special machines and will operate under the name of EMSO Electrical Mechanical Solutions GmbH . Although the company will only start on September 15, there is already the first major order in sight. The company JOPP from Bad Neustadt, being itself a shareholder at IFSYS, wants to order an installation there for the series production of transmission components. Parts for IFSYS are also already produced in Rattelsdorf.
The Managing Directors of IFSYS, Adelbert Demar and Rigobert Zehner, will also manage the subsidiary company. The company founder and longtime ideas provider at ELKCOM, Jörg Horcher, will manage sales.
With a subsidiary in the USA and a service point in China, IFSYS produces machines and equipment for component feeding technology, the focus being on provisioning, orientation, provisioning and palettising of mass articles by means of handling and robot systems. This includes for example screws, nuts, plastic parts, sheet metal parts or complete assemblies.
Well-known manufacturers in the automotive, electronics or pharmaceutical industry rely on the company. IFSYS supplies installations worldwide and has realized a turnover of more than 15 million EUR with a workforce of 165 employees.
On account of the extremely dynamic development within the past 5 years (both in turnover and employees), IFSYS is part of "Bavaria's best 50" and was honored with the award by the Bavarian Minister of Economic Affairs Aigner in July.