Intec TIV company history

The INTEC TIV company was established in 1973. At the beginning of our existence we manufactured mostly single-sided printed circuit boards for the companies of the business system Iskra, the leader of Slovenian electro and electronic industry. In 1983 IBM Germany chose INTEC TIV as its strategic partner. This connection allowed us to upgrade the experience and developed technologies for the production of more complex printed circuit boards. In the 90’s we expanded the sales of our products to other European markets. In 1985 we established a company INTEC TIV Deutschland GmbH.  With the presence in the demanding German market we acquired great experience in international commerce, both in the field of product export as well as import of raw materials.

With a majority share owner, the Slovenian company ELGOLINE d.o.o., joining hands with us in 2000, INTEC TIV underwent a series of technological and organizational restructuring. With extensive investment in new technological equipment, the company opened new doors for business with highly-demanding customers. In 2005 we created a subsidiary company INTEC TIV Asian Pacific Ltd. to meet the needs of importing raw materials and finished products from the Far East. In 2008 we decided to take the next big technological leap in the production of printed board circuits. New strategy and vast investments in the equipment enabled the company short delivery times for prototypes and smaller series of highly demanding printed board circuits.

Nowadays, we export more than half of our products to Germany, Austria and Switzerland, where we fulfill the needs of the most demanding customers. For more extensive and less demanding series orders we cooperate with the Chinese PCB producer, assuring the products’ quality by means of extensive internal control.

In future, we will follow our strategy and technology development for the production of HDI boards and prototypes by investing 10% of all income in new technology as well as employing highly skilled professionals.

 

Printed circuit boards