Ranga Yogeshwar congratulates Morath on making it into the TOP 100
Ranga Yogeshwar honored the Albbruck-based Morath GmbH on the occasion of its success in the TOP 100 innovation competition. The award ceremony took place on Friday evening, June 24, in Frankfurt am Main for all medium-sized companies that had been awarded the TOP 100 seal earlier in the year. In the scientific selection process, Morath was particularly convincing in the size class B (51 to 200 employees) in the category "External Orientation/Open Innovation".
Here an excerpt from the TOP 100 company portrait published on the occasion of the Award:
When drilling on slopes, foundations, in mountains or in tunnels, civil engineering companies require special equipment. And this is where Morath GmbH comes in: It develops and manufactures drilling excavators, drilling crawlers and customizable accessories for this customer group. The mechanical engineers strengthened their reputation as a provider of innovative solutions with a new type of drilling excavator product family, the development of which took a great deal of time. Managing Director Daniel Morath explains: "It took a long time to recoup these investments. In the meantime, however, the system has proved increasingly beneficial, and technologically it is considered a trendsetter." Managing Director Wolfgang Morath adds, "We have the courage to do new things, always plan two to three years ahead, and this often sets us apart from the competition." The experts design their future scenarios based on emerging trends in the foundation engineering sector and on the demand to be expected from this field. "In doing so, we involve the users of our equipment even more than before. This strengthens customer loyalty and helps us to proactively push new developments," says Daniel Morath.
TOP 100: The competition
Since 1993, compamedia has been awarding the TOP 100 seal of approval to medium-sized companies for exceptional innovative strength and outstanding innovation success. The scientific management since 2002 has been in the hands of Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke. Franke is the founder and director of the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Vienna University of Economics and Business. The mentor of TOP 100 is the science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar. Project partners are the Fraunhofer Society for the Promotion of Applied Research and the BVMW (German Association of SME companies). The company comparing process is accompanied by the media partners manager magazine, impulse (online portal for entrepreneurs) and W&V (advertising & selling) the company comparison.