History

PWS Presswerk Struthütten GmbH

  • Daniel Jud

    2015

    Daniel Jud joins the 4th generation of management

    Daniel Jud
  • Welding cell

    2014

    Procurement of the welding cell

    Welding cell
  • Construction

    2013

    Restructuring of tool-making, and expansion of the logistics sector

    Construction
  • Michael Jud dies

    2012

    Michael Jud dies at the age of 52. His wife Sabine Jud and son Daniel take over the company

    Michael Jud dies
  • Forming presses

    2010

    Procurement of a new 630 t. forming press from Schuler – Gräbener

    Forming presses
  • Redesign

    2007

    Redesign of the entire “welding technology” sector; redesign of the entire “punching technology” sector, including the construction of a new production hall for punching and forming machinery

    Redesign
  • Expansion of production capacity

    2004

    Further expansion of the production capacity, including the procurement of a new 400 t. forming press from Schuler – Gräbener

    Expansion of production capacity
  • Company expansion

    2001

    Comprehensive company expansion: New construction of a high-stacked dispatch warehouse, with 3 times more production space

    Company expansion
  • Michael Jud takes over

    1996

    Alfred Jud dies aged 65; his son Michael Jud takes over as the manager of the business

    Michael Jud takes over
  • Construction of Plant II

    1988

    Construction of Plant II
    Introduction of robot welding technology

    Construction of Plant II
  • Establishment: Werkzeugbau Struthütten GmbH

    1987

    Outsourcing of tool-making
    Establishment: Werkzeugbau Struthütten GmbH

    Establishment: Werkzeugbau Struthütten GmbH
  • Michael Jud

    1982

    Michael Jud (grandson of the founder) joins the company

    Michael Jud
  • Presswerk Struthütten GmbH

    1970

    Name changes to Presswerk Struthütten GmbH

    Presswerk Struthütten GmbH
  • Name change

    1960

    Name changes to Rudolf Schneider KG; Hildegard (daughter of the founder) and Alfred Jud join the company.

    Name change
  • Production of punched parts

    1959

    Start of production of punched parts

    Production of punched parts
  • With two employees

    1953

    Sole continuation of the company by Rudolf Schneider with two employees

    With two employees
  • Establishment

    1939

    Establishment of Schneider u. Flick, Werkzeugbau Neunkirchen; founders: Rudolf Schneider and Walter Flick. The purpose of the company is to manufacture forming dies

    Establishment