With the opening of the new production site in St. Stefan im Rosental in Styria, the first production steps involved in the manufacturing of resistors (screen printing and sintering) are relocated to the new site.
EBG USA joins MIBA
In 2011, the Miba Group also becomes majority shareholder of EBG USA. The Miba Group holds a 70 percent interest in the company.
EBG Shenzhen joins MIBA
The Miba Group becomes majority shareholder of EBG Shenzhen in 2011. The Miba Group holds a 55 percent interest.
EBG AT joins MIBA
On September 1, 2010, EBG becomes part of the Miba Group, headquartered in Laakirchen, Upper Austria.
Acquisition of Metallux resistor production
Acquisition of the Metallux resistor production from Metallux Mendrisio in Switzerland and integration into EBG range of products.
Development and production of the ultra-high-power resistor series (UXP, etc.) begins.
Establishment of EBG USA
Opening of the distribution and technical consulting center in the US state of Pennsylvania. EBG USA supports customers throughout the entire North American market.
Resistors of the SOT-227 design
EBG is the first manufacturer to bring to market thick film resistors in the design originally developed for semiconductors.
Establishment of EDMS
Opening of the EDMS site in Slovenia. EDMS is used as a tier 2 supplier of specific primary and raw materials. The site also serves the sister company DAU.
Establishment of EBG Shenzhen
Opening of EBG’s site in Shenzhen, China. Since that time, the production of metal film resistors has largely been conducted at this site. Thick film resistors for the Chinese market are also produced here.
Establishment of EBG AT
Headquartered in Kirchbach in Styria, EBG specialized in the development and production of passive electronic components over 40 years ago. While the focus was on metal film technology in the beginning, EBG soon became a specialist for high-voltage and high-power resistors manufactured using metal oxide thick film technology.
Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH (EBG) is one of the leading international manufacturers of resistors for high-performance electronics. These technologically demanding components contribute to the safe and efficient conversion and transmission of energy. Among other things, EBG’s resistors are used in electric power trains of high-speed trains, electrical cars, frequency converters in wind turbines, aerospace applications or HVDC power transmission systems. The company has been part of the Miba Group since 2010.