Our company goals
We occupy a leading position in our market segments in the manufacture of technologically sophisticated surgical instruments and have established ourselves as a competent and reliable partner for medical technology companies of global significance. We are proud of the fact that we are extraordinarily successful in achieving the zero-defect goal and are therefore appreciated by our customers. The financing of our company and growth has always been characterized by sustainability, so that today we stand on a solid economic foundation that can withstand economic fluctuations. Very early on, we also took advantage of the opportunities offered by globalization. We are firmly convinced that this extraordinarily successful development is based on our persistent and consistent efforts to implement our corporate goals. The same applies to the future if we want to maintain and expand what we have achieved.
We serve our customers to their complete satisfaction.
We want to occupy and expand niche markets with our core competencies.
Creation & Innovation
Through creative and innovative performance we want to become continuously better.
Our value creation is to grow steadily.
Our processes are to become even safer and better.
We want to work together with our customers and our employees in a spirit of trust.
More than 40 years of enthusiasm. Milestones from 1970 to today.
Foundation of Kothe Instrument GmbH & Co. KG
New foundation of the Fuhrmann Medizintechnik GmbH
Foundation MICROQORE MEDICAL
Foundation of MICROQORE MEDICAL GmbH by Brian Fürderer.
Takeover of Fuhrmann Medizintechnik GmbH (including its employees) by MICROQORE MEDICAL GmbH The team was also expanded by new employees.
Certification according to ISO 13485:2016
Changeover of the production technology from wire EDM to simulated turning and milling technology. The entire value chain has been optimized and made more efficient.
Portfolio has been expanded to include sliding stem instruments and bulldog clamps. In addition, the titanium models segment was further expanded.