WAGO stands among the leading worldwide suppliers of electrical interconnection and automation products. Driven by innovation, WAGO secured its place as a world leader with the invention of Spring Pressure Connection Technology. The WAGO group of companies employs more than 7,500 people worldwide – approximately 3,500 work in Germany. The company achieved sales of 766 million EUR in 2016.
WAGO products are used globally in power and process technology, building automation, machinery and equipment, as well as industrial and transportation applications. They are trusted anywhere electrical conductors must be connected to each other or where complex automation systems must be controlled. Here they have continuously been proven to contribute to safety and the reliable operation of devices and complete installations.
The WAGO Group consists of nine international production and main sales locations, 19 additional sales offices and the M&M Software specialist. In addition, there are representatives in over 80 countries, giving the company a strong global presence. WAGO has been in the manufacturing business since 1951: initially at the company headquarters in Minden (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany), which expanded in 1971 to Roissy (France), in 1977 to Domdidier (Switzerland), in 1979 to Milwaukee (USA), and in 1990 to Sondershausen (Thuringia, Germany), as well as Tokyo (Japan). Other production sites include Delhi (India) founded in 1995, and 1997 expansions into Tianjin (China) and Wroclaw (Poland).
WACKER is a globally-active chemical company with some 16,700 employees and annual sales of around €4.83 billion (2014). WACKER has a global network of 25 production sites, 21 technical competence centers and 48 sales offices.
Silicone fluids, emulsions, rubber and resins; silanes; pyrogenic silicas; thermoplastic silicone elastomers
Polyvinyl acetates and vinyl acetate copolymers in the form of dispersible polymer powders, dispersions, solid resins and solutions used as binders for construction chemicals, paints and coatings, adhesives, plasters, textiles and nonwovens, as well as for polymeric materials based on renewable resources.
Biotech products such as cyclodextrins, cysteine and biologics, as well as fine chemicals and PVAc solid resins.
Polysilicon for the semiconductor and photovoltaic industries.
Hyperpure silicon wafers and monocrystals for semiconductor components