Aerotech Inc., headquartered in Pittsburgh, USA, is a medium-sized company with employee ownership. Founded in 1970 by Stephen J. Botos, Aerotech develops and manufactures the world's most powerful motion control and positioning systems for customers in industry, science and research. In the spirit of a family business, the owners continue to attach the utmost importance to open and trusting relationships with customers, business partners and employees. In Germany, the medium-sized company is represented by its own subsidiary, Aerotech GmbH, based in Fuerth, Franconia. In addition to sales and service activities, the customized assembly of positioning systems for the European market takes place in Fuerth. The innovative and high-precision motion solutions fulfil all the critical requirements needed for today's demanding applications. They are used wherever high throughput is required  including in medical technology and life science applications, semiconductor and flat screen production, photonics, automotive, data storage, laser processing, aerospace, electronics manufacturing, inspection and testing and assembly.


Thanks to modern analysis and diagnostic capacities, Aerotech provides first-class technical support and service worldwide. If a standard product is not suitable for an individual application, the manufacturer is able to supply specialized motion components and systems based on its many years of expertise and experience. The manufacturing capacity for customized applications is complemented by experience in the supply of systems for vacuum and clean room operation.


Aerotech has full-service subsidiaries in Germany (Fuerth), the United Kingdom (Ramsdell), China (Shanghai City) and Taiwan (Taipei City). Aerotech currently employs around 500 people worldwide. 






Aerotech GmbH 

Gustav-Weißkopf-Strasse 18

90768 Fuerth




Phone: +49 911 9679370



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