ESCoor the Company
- Founded in 1993 by Peter Skrotzki and Siegfried Sass
- Family business in 2nd generation
- Central production site in Lüneburg with approx. 3,000 m² of floor space
- Long-term full-service partner for international, well-known consumer electronics manufacturers
- Established medical technology service partner
- Own merchandise management & ERP system with comprehensive reporting options
- Capacity pool for on-demand orders / reworks
- Core segments: IT, consumer electronics, medical technology
over 25 years
For more than 25 years we have been working as a service provider for internationally operating manufacturers of consumer electronics and medical technology. To inspire customers and manufacturers alike, we have set ourselves strict quality targets. A well-founded quality management, regular quality checks and a 3-stage quality control form the basis for our ambitious goals. External audits and quality inspections by our customers are therefore always welcome.
We understand what moves you, that’s why flexibility is our top priority. If time is pressing or your problem cannot be solved with conventional methods, we are there for you. In order to be able to respond flexibly to your needs at short notice, we constantly keep additional room and personnel capacities available for you. With a production area of about 3,000 sqm and about 50 employees, we are agile enough to develop lean, flexible solutions for you and still have enough capacity to handle larger projects for you.
Repair instead of throwing away! With our services we actively contribute to a sustainable and resource-saving handling of our environment. We repair and visually enhance consumer electronics that are still in working order. We use defective devices as spare parts dispensers for our refurbishment area and packaging materials are efficiently recycled. As a repair service with exclusively German operating sites, our customers actively decide against outcourcing abroad with long transport routes.
Why sustainability is so important
Every year, up to 50 million tons of electronic waste and more poison our environment. Valuable raw materials such as wolframite, cassiterite and gold are used in the appliances.
These materials often come from crisis regions. In the end, the waste from our appliances is not recycled where it is generated. Some of the electronic waste goes to developing countries.
Under hazardous conditions for sustainability and health, people there recycle the material to earn a living.
Those who do not want to continue to support this overexploitation of the environment and life must do their part to produce less electronic waste and thus give sustainability a chance.