“Micro movements for macro effects.”
The companies of LAB14 strive for progress and sustainability throughout the process chains and solutions for the advanced manufacturing of semiconductors, advanced packaging, flexible electronics, display technology, AR/VR, microfluidics, MEMS and many other applications in micro- and nanofabrication.
As a shareholder, he succeeded in establishing Heidelberg Instruments as a global hidden champion in the field of direct write applications for the semiconductor industry and the research market. He has now successfully handed over the operational project business of Heidelberg Instruments and its holdings to the next generation in order to promote further expansion in the high-growth markets.
In less than six years of organic growth and M&A activities, Martin Wynaendts van Resandt turned today's LAB14 Group from a local brand into an international group of companies. Since 2019, Martin Wynaendts van Resandt has mainly been responsible for integration and the creation of synergies.
In addition, he has been the Executive Director of RSBG Ventures since March 2022. Here, he helps start-ups as they grow and supports their expansion.
Customers worldwide: 2.300+
Technological experience in years: 30+
Number of locations worldwide: 28
Where innovation meets manufacturing
The LAB14 Group promotes synergies and similarities in market segments between the companies within its group in order to achieve a competitive and technological advantage over other players in this field.
LAB14's vision is to combine the individual know-how in the respective areas of the group companies with the long- standing relationships with their customers in order to develop tailor-made modular solutions and services. These can be integrated into a complete process chain for advanced manufacturing—including the support services, software and training required for long-term sustainable industrial production lines.
Beyond the standard CMOS processes in the semiconductor industry, LAB14 focuses on innovative micro- and nanofabrication processes.
GeniSys (Munich) is acquired by RSBG SE
Heidelberg Instruments acquires Multiphoton Optics gmbH (Würzburg)
40-30 acquires Muto Technologies, Inc. (Austin, Texas, USA)