How eCADSTAR Combines Sustainability and Giving a “Thank You” to all employees

Employee Appreciation Day 6th of March 2020

For a while now ZTC has been changing its business practices to be more sustainable.

You might have heard the old “reduce, reuse, recycle” mantra… for an extra special touch, we gained some insight into what happens with unrecycled waste and how our disposable coffee cups are not helping the planet.

Our people are at the heart of our success and a core part of our future. A big thank you goes to all of our employees for their support and time they’ve invested in eCADSTAR and for building this great Internet-Connected PCB design platform…What we have accomplished in 2019 is the latest in our track record of innovation and growth. This does not just happen, it reflects the talent, dedication and professional excellence of our employees.

So this year we wanted to make it personal by handing an eCADSTAR personalized cup to everyone in the Technology Centre.

“I’d like to say a big thank you to all in ZTC for their continued support and hard work in making this possible.  I look forward to the growing success of the eCADSTAR product”, Chris Hambleton, General Manager, Bristol Technology Center.

I’d like to say a big thank you to all in ZTC for their continued support and hard work in making this possible.  I look forward to the growing success of the eCADSTAR product.

Chris Hambleton General Manager, Bristol Technology Center

We are proud of Zuken and eCADSTAR and highly optimistic about our ability to help take the electronic design into the world of connected communities. With our employees continued trust, not only will we seize the opportunities but we will also do so in a manner befitting the class and character of those who came before us.

We thank you, especially, for standing behind us on this journey of growth. Our journey focuses also on leveraging our ability to make a difference in our local community.

Viridor, our local waste management company boasts a “zero to landfill” approach. Any general waste or undesired items removed during the recycling sorting process are instead incinerated to provide energy. The leftover material is then used for construction.

Great news, our coffee machine goes green. As of today, Bristol Technology Center stops using disposable cups.

We hope to make your first and last brew of the day, even more uplifting with your very own personalized cup.