‘Top 100’ award for Mosca

For the third time in a row, Mosca GmbH has ranked among the ‘Top 100’ companies, a distinction awarded to innovative German SMEs.

In awarding the ‘Top 100‘ recognition, competition organiser compamedia takes a scientific approach. Innovation expert Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke from the Vienna University of Economics and Business and his team examined the innovative potential of all applicants based on more than 100 criteria from five categories: innovation-promoting top management, climate of innovation, innovative processes and organization, external orientation/open innovation, and innovation success.The researchers focused on the following questions, among others: are companies able to create new products, new services, new processes, and new business models? Are these achievements merely coincidental or the result of a structured and targeted approach? Another important aspect was the extent to which innovations and product improvements were able to assert themselves on the market.

Left to right: Johannes van der Beek, Ranga Yogeshwar and Christoph Leppla.

Mosca proved successful in the scientific selection process, putting the company among the top innovators. “We are pleased to receive this award again because innovation is firmly rooted in Mosca’s DNA,” says Johannes van der Beek, Group Vice President R & D/Engineering. “It is essential to secure our competitiveness and our future.”

Mosca not only stands out with traditional product innovations like the TRI-Connect strapping machine, which has been on the market since April 2024. The machine manufacturer is also thinking outside the box: new business models, such as the TechCenter, offer added value for customers while contributing significantly to climate protection. Since 2023, the center supports companies in checking their transport packaging for stability and further optimizing it at four test stations. This can increase load safety and save packaging material. Mosca has also developed a CO2 product calculator for the TechCenter to precisely determine emissions generated by packaging.

Ranga Yogeshwar also congratulated Mosca on his success. The science journalist has been mentoring the Top 100 innovation award for twelve years.

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