History

1984

Foundation of the division Electromechanical Assemblies and Connection technology. The production of electromechanical assemblies starts with 8 employees in the production facility of Circuit Board divison in Niedernhall.

1995

The division Electromechanical Assemblies is moved into its own facility. The new location is Öhringen.

2000

The division Electromechanical Assemblies was renamed into Intelligent Connecting Systems 

2001

As a result of the continued growth the decision is made in 2001 to relocate parts of high-volume production from the headquarters in Öhringen to neighboring Pfedelbach.
In December, WE ICS France is founded as a sales office with its own technical development team.

2003

Aside from backplane business activities, the central electrical distribution units and powerboard product areas are expanded, forming the basis for future growth.

2004

The product range of Würth Elektronik ICS is extended with control panels and keypads.

2007

On 1 July 2007, Würth Elektronik ICS becomes the legally independent company Würth Elektronik ICS GmbH & Co. KG.

2009

Würth Elektronik ICS increases its investments in the field of electronics. The Intelligent Control and Command Systems (ICCS) product divisions are established.

Würth Elektronik ICS introduces its REDline central electrics system, the first standard central electrics on the market, to serve manufacturers who produce special-purpose vehicles in small quantities.

2010

On 1 January 2010, Würth Elektronik FLATcomp Systems GmbH & Co. KG joins the Würth Elektronik ICS Group. Würth Elektronik FLATcomp Systems is a specialist for the development and manufacturing of printed sensors and electronics, and the former profit center of Würth Elektronik Circuit Board Technology (CBT).

In July 2010, Würth Electronics ICS, Inc. is founded in Dayton (Ohio, USA) with an initial staff of 11, in order to handle and develop the huge potential of the North American market locally.

2012

Relocation of Würth Elektronik FLATcomp Systems GmbH & Co. KG: Polymer-print production lines go to the Schopfheim/Black Forest factory of Würth Elektronik GmbH & Co. KG and to Würth Elektronik ICS GmbH & Co. KG in Öhringen/ Hohenlohe.

2014

On 13 May 2014, the new technology and production building of Würth Elektronik ICS GmbH & Co. KG inaugurated. All 5 previous sites now work in the industrial park Waldzimmern in Niedernhall is a modern building.