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Digitization and reorganization in five value streams.
Föhl celebrates its 60th anniversary. New location Föhl North America – Sales Office in Windsor.
Föhl China: First international Sales Meeting, plus the Fourth Technology Days in Taicang.
The Föhlan thin-layer passivation of components, which has been under development for several years now, is to go into production with a component (roof antennae, Mercedes Sprinter).
Winner of the Rems-Murr Innovation Prize 2016.
The Hot Runner Technology developed together with the company Ferrofacta GmbH is to go into production with a component (fan-engine cover).
On the 10th anniversary a newly-built plant in China Taicang moved into.
On the 10th anniversary of Euroguss in Nuremberg Föhl was able to win the zinc die casting competition 2013/2014 .
Föhl China achieves a turnover of 100 m RMB for the first time.
Föhl successfully applies the hot runner technology well-known from plastics injection molding to zinc die casting .
Two third places at the international zinc die casting competition in Nuremberg. Relocation of Föhl China to new site with doubling of the area.
Certification of Föhl China to TS 16949.
Winner of the international Newcast Award in Düsseldorf.
First prize at the international zinc die casting competition in Nuremberg.
In November the plant in China Taicang is handed over for the production. This is a further milestone with respect to the company’s international presence.
For the first time ever more than 11,000 tons of zinc are processed.
The Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder accompanies SPD candidate Ute Vogt on her election campaign for the 2001 state elections which includes a visit to Föhl and subsequently Porsche.
At the new Michelau site „Plant no. 3“ production is made in three-shifts with initially 11 automated die casting machines. By now Föhl is manufacturing high-end zinc die cast and plastic injection molded components on 41 automated die casting machines and 24 injection molding machines at 3 sites.
Company founder Adolf Föhl dies aged 75.
Föhl opts for Germany as an industrial location. Acquisition of the 30,844 sq m property in Rudersberg-Michelau is completed. Within a few years Föhl 2000 emerged; one of the most up-to-date die casting factories in Europe. On 27 November principal Reinhold Föhl died aged 53. He is succeeded by his son-in-law Dr. Frank Kirkorowicz.
Plant no. 2 sees 8 cutting edge automated die casting machines installed. A new era of modern automated injection molding machinery and higher level of automation dawns. The face of the foundry is changing.
Following a construction period of two years the „Administration Building“ with a useful area of 2,300 sq m was moved into.
In August: Introduction of IDC (Industrial Data Capture).
Introduction of the quality assurance department (QM systems).
By purchasing the premises of the Solo company in Haubersbronn an additional site „Plant no. 2“ is commissioned. The complete die casting production process is moved in there. The total production capacity is increased by 80%.
EDP enters the mold making department – the first CAD workstations are installed.
The first trainees are instructed in the mold making department. Föhl intensifies the discharge of its social responsibility.
Inauguration of additional production areas with a floor area of 650 sq m (Warehouse, mechanical component machining, slide grinder, mold making, mold maintenance and engineering design).
Following a major fire in the die casting shed in July 1977 this recommissioned for the 20th anniversary. Extension by an annex in the production and admin area.
On 17 December the KG was changed into a GmbH + Co KG. The company now operated under Adolf Föhl GmbH + Co KG.
Inauguration of an additional production shed of 450 sq m for die casting.
In-house mold-making was founded and in the same yearwas developed to include the technical office (current engineering design department).
Extension of the production area by sheds 2 + 3.
Construction of a production shed (Shed 1) and an office floor.
Expansion of the product range to include zinc die cast. Commissioning of the first automated hot chamber die casting machine.
Foundation of the company in Necklinsberg by Adolf Föhl. Together with his wife Gertrud and his son Reinhold the first injection molding machine for the automated manufacture of thermoplastic products was commissioned.