Maker of printed circuit boards and distributor of components, of Southampton
1961 Vero was established by Geoffrey Verdon Roe, son of Sir Alliott Verdon-Roe. One of the first products was the "Vero Board", a matrix board for assembling one-off circuits and test setups, which had been patented by Vero Precision Engineering.
1964 Vero Electronics GmbH was established in Bremen
1966 Vero launched the first simple mounting racks.
1974 A test pull gauge added to wire wrapping equipment.
1995 Flotation of Vero Group on the London Stock Exchange
1998 US company APW acquired Vero
2003 APW sold the prototyping business (ie Veroboard) and plastic enclosures business to a new company Vero Technologies.
2007 APW in administration; all assets and IP were sold; the 19 inch subrack business was sold to a new comapny, Verotec, established to acquire the business; the power supplies business was sold to EPLAX GmbH