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27.06.2022
Excellent innovation - stoba receives 3rd TOP100 Award in a row

On June 24, the two managing directors Gerhard Firlbeck (COO stoba Group) and Christian Peschke (Managing Director stoba Precision Technology in Backnang), once again received the TOP100 Award for special innovative strength. The ceremonial presentation by science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar took place in Frankfurt and was moderated by long-time daytime news anchor Linda Zervakis. Following the 2020 and 2021 awards, this is the third time in a row that stoba has been among the 100 most innovative medium-sized companies in Germany - a great success.

15.06.2022
TechStories made by stoba: Seamless quality management with leading edge AI-based quality check

Manufacturers and buyers expect flawless products. That is why procedures for seamless quality management are essential in every industry. Even the smallest defects, such as scratches, pores, dents, cavities or impact marks in the surface can lead to expensive complaints, safety deficiencies, loss of functionality and even functional failures. These cause high costs if they are not detected until later in the manufacturing process. Complex geometric or safety- or function-critical components must also be reliably manufactured with consistently high quality to ensure that the company's reputation is not damaged.

26.01.2022
Training at stoba - exclusive insights

Since 1986, stoba has been training young people to become experts in their field - in a total of nine different professions in the technical and commercial sectors. As a global innovation driver, we offer our trainees a job with prospects: Future-oriented, practical, in an international environment and collegial teams, we prepare them perfectly for their professional life.

02.04.2021
stoba celebrates 60 years of innovation

There are many good reasons to be optimistic about the future. One is that for 60 years stoba has been developing innovations for better products and processes. For 60 years we have been developing the future!

 

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November 8th 2022
Outlook for the trade fair year 2023

After a successful trade fair year in 2022, stoba Customized Machinery will again be represented at numerous trade fairs in 2023, presenting the latest innovations in laser and (P-) ECM to visitors. A total of five trade fairs are already being planned. We are looking forward to the upcoming discussions and new contacts. If you are interested in trade fair tickets, please contact Christin.Mueller@stoba-Memmingen.de a few weeks in advance.

September 27th 2022
Strong department with strong trainees - IHK honors training achievements at stoba

Finding a suitable training company is no easy task for many young people. This is mainly because there is often a lack of insight into the company and it is correspondingly difficult to assess what to expect. That's why stoba puts great emphasis on getting to know applicants well during the application process and giving them as clear a picture as possible of the company, its culture and the training process. That this approach works is demonstrated, among other things, by the performance of our trainees: For the second year in a row, they achieved such good grades in their final exams at the Backnang site that the Stuttgart Region Chamber of Industry and Commerce presented stoba with a certificate for particularly good training performance in the technical/commercial field.

August 2nd 2022
TechStories made by stoba: RespONE­sability - on the road to CO2-neutral production

CO2-neutral production - not an easy undertaking for a production facility that, like stoba, operates with up to 7,000 kW of electricity per hour at peak times. At the same time, it is exactly this high demand for energy that calls on the industry to use more environmentally friendly ways of generating energy. In this context, the issues of CO2 emissions and energy generation are not just an increasing financial burden - customers, suppliers and society are now also demanding that their business partners act in an environmentally conscious manner and make an active contribution to climate protection. Based on these developments, stoba is now working on precisely this in a joint project with Siemens - and could thus not only have taken the step toward CO2 neutrality by 2030, but also supply charging stations for electric vehicles through its own sustainable energy generation. The corresponding concept was developed jointly, with stoba relying on Siemens' expertise and experience for implementation.

July 14th 2022
InspectorONE nominated for Best of Industry Award 2022

stoba's InspectorONE takes visual component inspection to a new level: fully automated and equipped with Deep Learning software, it not only detects the smallest defects in a wide variety of workpieces, it also learns to predict them. With this innovation, we enable our customers to reduce scrap volumes and increase product quality at the same time.

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June 27th 2022
Excellent innovation - stoba receives 3rd TOP100 Award in a row

On June 24, the two managing directors Gerhard Firlbeck (COO stoba Group) and Christian Peschke (Managing Director stoba Precision Technology in Backnang), once again received the TOP100 Award for special innovative strength. The ceremonial presentation by science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar took place in Frankfurt and was moderated by long-time daytime news anchor Linda Zervakis. Following the 2020 and 2021 awards, this is the third time in a row that stoba has been among the 100 most innovative medium-sized companies in Germany - a great success.

June 15th 2022
TechStories made by stoba: Seamless quality management with leading edge AI-based quality check

Manufacturers and buyers expect flawless products. That is why procedures for seamless quality management are essential in every industry. Even the smallest defects, such as scratches, pores, dents, cavities or impact marks in the surface can lead to expensive complaints, safety deficiencies, loss of functionality and even functional failures. These cause high costs if they are not detected until later in the manufacturing process. Complex geometric or safety- or function-critical components must also be reliably manufactured with consistently high quality to ensure that the company's reputation is not damaged.