LayTec Belongs Again to the 500 Fastest Growing Technology Companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

(Nanowerk News) For the third time in series LayTec was awarded with Deloitte's Technology Fast 50 Award for Germany and the Deloitte's Technology Fast 500 EMEA Award. With a sales growth of 1062% in the period 2006-2010 LayTec achieved place 8 in Germany and place 144 among the fastest growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa,
CEO, president and founder of LayTec, Dr. Thomas Zettler, explains the successful concept: "To receive this award three years in succession shows that we have successfully positioned LayTec in the market. We have created an organization which is able to adapt to the dynamic market requirements and to develop innovative products within a short time. LayTec did successfully overcome the challenges coming along with fast growth and we owe this to the engaged and unremitting commitment of our staff, their excellent knowledge and our close collaboration with our national and international partners!"
Founded in October 1999 as a spin-off of the Technical University Berlin, LayTec quickly became a market leader in compound semiconductor process metrology, especially for LED, but also for laser and high power electronic production. Since 2009, LayTec's integrated metrology solutions are also applied in solar cell production as well as other large area deposition processes.
The implementation of LayTec metrology systems in production processes significantly shortens development cycles and enables an efficient quality control that helps to considerably reduce production and development costs. LayTec's new developments are generated in close cooperation with our customers. Supported by a global distribution and service network, LayTec products are used worldwide in leading research institutions and industrial enterprises.
Source: LayTec (press release)
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