ESCATEC Malaysia Names New R&D Manager

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Azanor_Muhammed.jpgESCATEC has appointed Azanor Zaidi Muhammed as the new R&D Manager based in Penang, Malaysia. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering which he obtained from The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Muhammed joins ESCATEC Technology Sdn. Bhd. (ETM) from Motorola Solutions Sdn. Bhd. where he worked for over 24 years.He held the position of engineering manager for 13 years where he provided leadership, coaching and project management to a sizable team of R&D engineers focusing on product design and development.

“We are delighted that Azanor is joining ETM,” said Michael Walser, ESCATEC’s head of Global R&D. “He will play an important role in further excel ETM to the next level in our growth strategy. His experience and knowledge will help us accelerate our plans to make ESCATEC one of the leading contract design and development operations in Europe and South East Asia.

“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Christof Künz for his contributions provided to ETM over the past three years. At the same time, I am very pleased to announce today that Christof accepted the role of senior key account manager Engineering Services here in Heerbrugg, Switzerland.”


The ESCATEC Group provides fully-integrated electronic and mechatronic design and manufacturing solutions to assist customers in achieving success in their market. Its one-stop solutions and best-in-class service enable companies around the world to operate more profitably, sustainably, and efficiently. Founded in 1984, its history is full of innovation, which made it a first choice partner for many European and North American OEMs. The Swiss-owned company perfectly blends Swiss business philosophy and attention to quality, precision and detail with the advantage of low-cost, mass-volume manufacturing capabilities in its Asian factories. Further information can be found


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