Since 2008, a major transformation has been undertaken at TRONICO by Patrick Collet, its CEO, in order to develop the company’s activities and to preserve jobs.
Observing the environmental challenges of today, and wishing to give meaning and value to its products, TRONICO has initiated a shift in focus that is strategic, daring and centered on innovation.
To achieve its ambitions and to break the codes of subcontracting, TRONICO has set up an innovation committee, directly led by its CEO. Its first objective is to supply production with proprietary products. Today, this R&D department has 70 multiphysics engineers, able to intervene in a large number of fields of activity.
This strategy —combining engineering, an understanding of market behaviour and an awareness of new challenges in energy and the environment— has led to the creation of a first “Tronico world”: Tame-Power.
Subsequently, growing concerns over water quality inspired the purchase of the Vigicell company, renamed Tame-Water, a pioneer in comprehensive water quality monitoring and assessment with bioassays.
Tame-Care was created at the height of the COVID-19 health crisis to urgently develop the electronics for the MakAir ventilator, the instrumentation (EasyVID) of the EasyCOV saliva test and the STERY-UVC line of products for UVC disinfection.
What could be more coherent in the context of business diversification than to capitalize on strengths and know-how?
Spin-offs originally reserved for established customers, Tame-Component and Tame-Test now share their skills and experience with all markets in the fields of component analysis and test benches, respectively.
All these products and services are designed, developed and commercialized in Saint-Philbert-de-Bouaine, in Vendée (France).