Socorex wins CSEM’s prestigious Digital Journey Award 2023
19 December 2023
Socorex, a leader in precision dosing instruments, has won the CSEM’s Digital Journey Award 2023, for its digital innovation in animal health.
Socorex has triumphed in the CSEM Digital Journey Award 2023, marking a significant milestone in its journey towards technological advancement and international growth. The Vaud-based world leader in the development and manufacture of high-end precision dosing instruments for laboratory liquid handling and animal health injections now benefits from technological support and digital expertise through CSEM valued at CHF 100,000 for the development of a new solution with a strong environmental impact.
The company, renowned for its high-quality automatic glass and metal piston syringes, caters to various needs in livestock care, including fish farming, poultry, and sheep. Its expansive product catalog includes needles, cannulas, conversion sets, accessories, and spare parts, all meticulously crafted in its unique facility equipped with infrastructure for machining, assembly, testing, certification, and quality control.
The award, bestowed by Neuchâtel’s CSEM, underlines Socorex’s commitment to enhancing precision and efficiency in future products through the integration of CSEM Digital Technologies. The jury, led by Bahaa Roustom, recognized the company’s potential to address current challenges in food security and animal health, emphasizing its role in expanding Switzerland’s presence in the smart labs market.
Socorex’s project, still highly confidential, promises to impact the animal health market significantly, which has grown to a value of USD 34 billion globally. The company aims to overcome existing market product limitations, such as weight, size, and price, and provide tailored customer support for different vaccines and animal ages.
The combination of Socorex’s product strengths with CSEM’s micromechanical expertise paves the way for innovative solutions that meet market expectations. This pioneering approach is expected to mitigate drawbacks of current market offerings, aligning with the trend of reducing antibiotic use in livestock through improved vaccine performance, thus ensuring better food quality for consumers.