At the end of January, a delegation from the Land Union together with District Administrator Franz Löffler set off to visit Q-Tech in Roding. There, our entrepreneurial family gave them a tour of the company's history and the office building.
Founded back then in the IGZ as a one-man or one-machine operation, Q-Tech Roding has since developed into an important global player in the measuring industry with almost 20 employees. Every day, components are measured and X-rayed using state-of-the-art technology - with the help of computer tomography in the truest sense of the word. The resulting data sets are transmitted in encrypted form to customers from the automotive sector or even from the toolmaking sector.
The Land Union and also the District Administrator were impressed by our state-of-the-art technology and the positive development of Q-Tech Roding. "If we didn't have Q-Tech, other companies wouldn't be able to operate either", Franz Löffler assured us of further measures for broadband expansion as well as for securing skilled workers.