History

2016
- Reorganisation of Mektec Europe GmbH (Holding) and establishment of two subsidiaries:
     > Mektec Europe Sales & Development GmbH
     > Mektec Europe Production GmbH

- Aquisition of enmech GmbH & Co. KG

2014
- New production building in Budweis, Czech Republic
- Inauguration of production building in Budweis, Czech Republic (Link to video)

2011
- Mektec Europe GmbH becomes responsible for the worldwide development of automotive applications within the  Mektec Group.

2010
- Nippon Mektron acquires 100% of Freudenberg Mektec Europa GmbH
- Integration into the worldwide Mektec Group
- Name change to Mektec Europe GmbH

2009
- New technology center (with prototype production) in Weinheim, Germany
- Inauguration of technology center in Weinheim, Germany

2005
- Establishment of Mektec France SAS as subsidiary of Freudenberg Mektec Europa GmbH

2004
- ISO/TS 16949:2002 certification

2002
- Name change to Freudenberg Mektec Europa GmbH
- Focus on automotive FPC business development

1998
- Establishment of Freudenberg Mektec CZ s.r.o in Budweis, Czech Republic

1996
- Acquisition of company Rothkegel (with production facilities)  in Erkelenz, Germany

1995
- Name change to Freudenberg Mektec GmbH & Co. KG

1990
- NOK Japan subsidiary Nippon Mektron acquires 40% of Simflex

1981
- Beginning of the industrial production of electronic components based on flexible printed circuits (FPC) under the name of Simflex as one business sector of Simrit. Simflex comes from a combination of Simrit and flex (flexible printed circuits)