A new home for gas sensor specialists
Mar 01 2023
Sensorix’s move to a new and larger facility on February 10, was necessitated by the company’s steady growth since its foundation 3 years ago. Their production has already been gradually transferred to the new location to ensure a seamless continuation of deliveries.
Sensorix was founded in 2019 by a team of seasoned sensor professionals, Dr. Andreas König, Dr. Daniel Lubczyk, and Frank Wölfle, in response to the growing demand for high-quality sensors made in Germany and the European Union.
At Sensorix, their mission is to offer a comprehensive portfolio of both standard and exotic toxic gas sensors, and to help our customers find the perfect solution for their gas detection needs. Our team of experts, led by General Manager Dr. Andreas König, Quality and R&D Manager Dr. Daniel Lubczyk, and Operations Manager Frank Wölfle, bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table.
As the business continues to grow, Sensorix are excited to announce our move to a new facility in Bonn-Beuel, on the eastern side of the Rhine River. Sensorix’s team of 32 employees will now be working in an 800 m2 facility, allowing them to better serve our expanding customer base and meet the increasing demand for our high-quality sensors.
“Our team has all the skills we need to build a successful business, and this move to a larger facility will allow us to continue serving our customers and meeting their growing demands,” says General Manager Dr. Andreas König.
With a history of steady growth since its founding in 2019, Sensorix is well-positioned for continued success in the years to come.
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