This year KMWE will once again be at the start of the Eindhoven Marathon with a team. We wish the participants the best of luck.
Mustapha Doudou is nominated for the Noordhofprijs 2021, in the category Metal. The award ceremony will take place on 26th November at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven.
In addition to an overview of our vacancies, this website also shows a lot of information about KMWE as an employer, who we are and what we do. And if you want to know how it is like to work at KMWE? Read the blogs of a few colleagues and find out how they have advanced within our organization.
Normally we start the holiday at KMWE with drinks and snacks, but due to COVID-19 it is not possible to organize a physical event yet. Therefore, all colleagues are presented with a nice gift.
Today we put no less than ten graduates in the spotlight! We are extremely proud of this talented and inspiring group. They are the future talents!
KMWE will offer a cycling allowance for employees who come to work by bike. In this way we want to take steps towards sustainable mobility.
We are very happy we were able to welcome our new employees in a personal way again instead of digital.
It promised to be a year of growth. Unfortunately, the opposite was true. The factory was suddenly empty…… In this article of Eindhovens Dagblad, our CEO Edward Voncken looks back on 2020.
The ecosystem of Brainport Industries Campus in a nutshell! Students of Summa Technics got at KMWE the possibility to make parts of the SHOW of Solar Team Eindhoven.
FastMicro developed a Sample Scanner that measures and characterises cleanliness, vital in the semiconductor industry. KMWE was already involved during the ‘pre-proto phase’.
Many companies in the Southern Netherlands are focusing on the (Far) East and are setting up shops in Asia. How does that work in terms of staff? What about cultural differences?
Several companies from the high-tech sector in our region notice the shortage of microchips. In this article, written by Eindhovens Dagblad, various companies discuss how they struggling with a shortage.