Hoffmann + Krippner opens new division in UK

  • February 21, 2011
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February 21, 2011 - Hoffmann + Krippner announced a new UK subsidiary and the appointment of UK managing director, Ian Ritson. Based in Cambridge, Hoffmann + Krippner UK will focus on the industrial panel PC business, including developing cost-effective custom industrial PC solutions for low- to medium-volume requirements. The UK organisation joins a global network of offices that includes the USA, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands. Prior to taking up his role as Hoffmann + Kripner’s UK managing director, Ian Ritson was the business development manager for display and user interface specialist Anders Electronics. Ritson, who combines a strong engineering and technology background with a proven track record in delivering industrial PC-based solutions, has previously held senior roles with companies such as Accelent Systems, Inc., and Densitron Technologies. Ritson states: “At Hoffmann + Krippner we have identified an opportunity to take advantage of our position as a leading supplier of innovative membrane input technologies to deliver panel PCs that allow cost-effective front panel customisation for order volumes as low as just 20 pieces. Hoffmann + Krippner UK will focus on developing this business in sectors ranging from medical and pharmaceutical to industrial automation and food processing.” About Hoffman + Krippner Founded in 1972, Hoffmann + Krippner has become a global leader in the design and development of high-quality and innovative input solutions for a diverse range of industries ranging from electronics and industrial automation to medical, pharmaceuticals and food processing. The company, which has its headquarters in Buchen, Germany, offers a broad portfolio of technologies that ranges from standard membrane keyboards to completely customised input systems encompassing housing, electronics and software.

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