Our mission at EKTOS is to be a reliable long-term partner for our customers. We offer our services in the fields of development, testing, and manufacturing of electronic solutions at the most competitive price without compromising quality. We are constantly developing our staffing, processes, and tools to be efficient while running a profitable, stable business.
Our values and principles
In 2007 EKTOS was established as a small company of five employees: Jesper Holst and Niels Martin Jørgensen in Viborg, Denmark. In Ukraine we worked with three developers at the time.
Viborg is located in the center of Denmark with two airports near by. Viborg is one of the oldest and most picturesque cities in Denmark.
In 2009 we opened our first daughter company in Kharkiv. Our hardware and software developers relocated to the newly renovated office space. Kharkiv is the largest city in Ukraine after Kyiv, it has its own airport and many daily train connections to the rest of Ukraine.
In Viborg we hired our first Danish employee.
We took over the development department of the Danish company T&O Stelectric in 2010 which added valuable knowledge, skills, and equipment to our company.
We invested in a lab for Highly Accelerated Life Testing, or, “HALT”, which has increased our test capacity significantly.
A revolution broke out in Kyiv in late 2013, and it was followed by the annexation of Crimea and conflict in Eastern regions. We were committed to stay put in Kharkiv and our operations were not hindered by the troubled times.
In February 2016 we opened our prototype factory in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Ivano-Frankivsk is a university city with a population of about 230.000 people. The city has its own airport and is located about a three hours drive from the border to Poland and the EU.
On May 1st, 2017 we incorporated a new daughter company into the EKTOS group, EKTOS Test & Reliability Services A/S – former SP Denmark. EKTOS TRS is a state-accredited test house located in Copenhagen.
EKTOS Testing & Reliability Services A/S makes an agreement with Sound Hub Denmark A/S in Struer to take over Bang & Olufsen’s former testing lab.