GTS TOP 100!
GTS Generator Technik Systeme is one of the TOP 100
For the 23rd time, the TOP 100 have been recognized, the most innovative companies in the German middle segment. GTS Generator.Technik.Systeme. GmbH & Co. KG is among this innovative elite this year. The Mögglingen company has previously taken part in a challenging scientific selection process. Innovation management and innovation success were evaluated. The mentor of the innovation competition, Ranga Yogeshwar, awarded the top innovator during the German Medium-Sized Business Summit on June 24 in Essen.
Innovation at GTS Generator.Technik.Systeme. GmbH & Co. KG is driven by top management. Managing director Michael Ebbinghaus-Randerath is personally involved with innovation projects. The family company from Mögglingen has been awarded the TOP 100 seal and produces versatile generators and their electronic control systems. Precise control and high manufacturing quality of the products ensure nearly unique market positioning for the top innovator, which leads the field technically for mobile power generation (generator-inverter systems). With the development of new generators and inverter systems for bus, train, and commercial vehicle cooling, the engineers at GTS have created access to a new market.
Because generators and power electronics will become even smaller, more powerful, and more environmentally friendly in the future, the top innovator maintains close contact with universities, innovation consortia, and research institutes such as the German Center for Aerospace or the Bavarian Mechatronics Cluster. “Thanks to these cooperative efforts, we can reinforce our resources and take on innovation projects where something really jumps out,” explains Michael Ebbinghaus-Randerath. Suggestions for improvement are always welcomed from all 48 employees. Every idea or suggestion is taken serious and implemented quickly. Central to the development work are the customers’ needs: “When we develop our magnetic plate generators for construction machinery, we are talking directly to the backhoe drivers,” says Michael Ebbinghaus-Randerath.