Success at TOP 100: uesa ranks among the leading innovators in 2018

Überlingen - For the 25th time, the TOP 100 competition selects the most innovative medium-sized companies in Germany. One of this year's innovation leaders is uesa GmbH. This comes as a result of an analysis by the scientific director of TOP 100, Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke. As a mentor of the TOP 100, Ranga Yogeshwar honoured the company from Uebigau-Wahrenbrück together with Franke and compamedia at the award ceremony in Ludwigsburg on 29 June 2018, as part of the 5th German SME Summit. uesa made the leap into this innovation elite already for the third time. In the independent selection process, the company with 420 employees (Germany) was particularly convincing due to its innovative success.

Since 1990 uesa GmbH, located in Uebigau- Wahrenbrück, has specialised in customer-specific solutions in the low and medium voltage sector. While other medium-sized companies in the industry usually cover only a single product area, the Brandenburg company has a broad spectrum - from copper and sheet metal processing to electrical plant controls and cable distributors. "Due to our comprehensive knowledge and our high degree of vertical integration, we can react quickly and take our customers' requests for changes into account even shortly before delivery," says managing director Helmut Hoffmann. This makes uesa much more flexible than large companies that offer standardised products.

With great success, for the third time since 2010 and 2015: Today, the award-winning TOP 100 company is a key supplier for around 70 percent of all energy suppliers in Germany and a partner to many industrial and wholesale companies. uesa is a trendsetter when it comes to e-mobility: from individual charging stations to complete e-fuel stations and transformer stations. The company continues to focus on innovation and growth: "We have just opened up new production and storage space in a former aircraft hangar and can now offer new product sectors," explains Hoffmann. At the same time, the top innovator is also targeting markets in Eastern Europe, Russia and Mongolia.