Geschiedenis van WEETECH GmbH

2007 Management-Buy-Out of the Cable- and ElectroEmulation Test business line (former WEE Electrotest group)
Foundation of WEETECH GmbH in Wertheim with subsidiaries in USA, Italy and the Netherlands
2005 Schaffner focuses on their core business of components and starts the sale of the Testsystems Division
2002 Electrotest Group is sold to Schaffner EMV AG, Luterbach (Switzerland)
Integration into the Testsystems Division of Schaffner
1999 Foundation of the subsidiary in the Netherlands
First ElectroEmulation Testsystems for Aerospace and Train industry
1998 Opening of new production floor (2,400 m² / 26,000 ft²)
Foundation of the ELECTROTEST AG in Krailing/ Munich
1996 First portable ElectroEmulation tester for the automotive industry
1992 Foundation of the subsidiary in Italy
First big order from Airbus Hamburg about a high voltage tester for the wiring of the A320
1989 AUGAT sells their shares to the General Manager of WEE
1988 Move to our new building in Wertheim, Hafenstraße 1
1987 Foundation of subsidiaries in USA and France
1985 ERSA sells their shares to AUGAT Inc., MA/USA
1977 First high-voltage tester (1000 Vdc)
1976 First mid-voltage tester for the Telecom industry (40 V)
1975 Development of the first cable tester for the automotive industry. In the consecutive years widespread at Kabelwerke Reinshagen (today DELPHI) and Leonische Drahtwerke
1973 Foundation of WEE Elektronik-Entwicklungs GmbH in Wertheim
Owner is ERSA Löttechnik, Wertheim