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What a typical SECO workplace looks like?

What a typical SECO workplace looks like?

The daily work routine in our transducer manufactory consists of a varied mix of different manual activities. For the production of an ultrasonic transducer, a piezoceramic disk is typically bonded with our in-house fitting material. The transducer is then contacted...

An apple a day

An apple a day

The success of a company depends to a large extent on healthy, satisfied employees. Our employee fruit makes a small contribution to this. Every Monday, a regional distributor delivers a colorful box of fruit to our sites in Coburg and Küps. It tastes good, keeps you...

New year, new construction site

New year, new construction site

Wherever you look, the signs are pointing to growth. The number of our employees has now risen to over 70 people and the order situation also continues to be excellent. However, we have been running out of space for some time now. Therefore, we have been expanding our...

25 years SECO Sensor Consult

25 years SECO Sensor Consult

In October 1996, the physicist Thomas Möckl and the graduate engineer Thomas Siebenhaar jointly took the decision to found a company for ultrasonic transducers in Coburg, Upper Franconia. With only one employee and the company headquarters in a 50 m² small plot of the...

Together against Corona – SECO vaccinates

Together against Corona – SECO vaccinates

​As for the whole world, Corona is also an enormous burden for the SECO family. As a system-relevant company, we manufacture ultrasound transducers for intensive care ventilators. Because of this, home office solutions have never been an issue and the presence of...