历史

今天,毛勒的强大很大程度上是建立在长期的工业化上。1876年,慕尼黑的Friedrich Maurer公司开始了它的历史。在德国最快速的工业化初期,公司的业务迅速扩张。起初,公司的工艺制造专注于钣金的成形,但到了19世纪末,已经变成了一个完全成熟的金属工厂。1925年,毛勒搬到了慕尼黑北部,至今仍在那里。当时,毛勒已经引起了人们对钢和桥梁建筑的首次关注。

20世纪30年代,当约翰内斯•贝特勒收购这家公司时,它因建造机场机库和大门而闻名。到第二次世界大战结束时,制造工厂的主要部分已经被摧毁或拆除。然而,在20世纪60年代,该公司恢复了原来的优势:桥梁结构上的专业化被证明是进一步发展的正确途径。1993年,毛勒开始研制和制造云霄飞车。三年后又进行了一次成功的举措:在激烈的研究工作之后,MAURER建立了抗震装置业务部门。1999年,在土耳其和中国建立工厂后,到2004年俄罗斯、法国和中国的其他分支机构相继成立。

Milestones of the company history

1876–1934: FOUNDATION AND FURTHER DEVELOPMENT

1876 - On September 19th 1876, Friedrich Maurer opens a small workshop as a metal spinner. In the course of 20 years, a metalware factory evolves from this workshop.

1899 - After the death of the founder, his sons Friedrich and Georg continue business under a new name: Friedrich Maurer Söhne.

1911 - Official registration of the company in the commercial register.

1925 - Move to today’s location. Extension of the range of products. Hall and roof constructions, crane tracks and bridges.

1931 - Johannes Beutler acquires the „iron factory“ Friedrich Maurer Söhne.

1934 - Johannes Beutler purchases the adjacent piece of land thus enabling a considerable expansion of the factory. In the following years, the company starts with structural engineering on a large scale.

1935–1958: THIRTIES AND RECONSTRUCTION

1935 - Further development of welding technique enables the construction of gasometers and other receptacles of all sizes.

1937 - The expansion of the air transportation sector causes a considerable boost. Hangar gates based on a patent issued by the operations manager Mr. Dittmann make Maurer Söhne public all over Germany.

1944 - Toward the end of the war, most of the commercial buildings are destroyed in air strikes.

The years from 1945 to 1954 are characterized by dismantling, improvisation and reconstruction.

1947 - First postwar product: agricultural vehicle trailers.

1951 - After Johannes Beutler’s death in 1951, his widow Margarete Beutler continues the business as a limited partnership. His brother Ernst Beutler manages the company until 1958.

1958 - Ernst Beutler is succeeded by notary Paul Bauer and Rudolf Gumberger. From 1958 to 1963 the company is involved in several prominent steel structures in the Munich area, e.g. the reconstruction of the main station, of the Palace of Justice and the National Theater.

1964–1999: ECONOMIC MIRACLE AND GROWTH

1964 - Son of Johannes Beutler, Dipl.-Ing. Hans Beutler, joins the company and takes over the management in 1971.

1965 - New specialty: Watertight roadway expansion joints.

From 1966 to 1973, three new factory buildings and an administrative building are built.

1970 - Foundation of a subsidiary in Dortmund-Hörde.

1973 - Manufacturing of bridge bearings commences.

1975 - More than 60,000 m of watertight MAURER expansion joints are installed in over 3,500 bridges worldwide.

1984 - Introduction of swivel joist joint.

1991 - Foundation of the Bernsdorf works.

1993 - Roller coaster 'Wild Mouse' Munich.

1996 - Beginning of production of seismic devices.

1999 - Subsidiaries in Turkey and China.

2001–TODAY: TRADITION AND INNOVATION

2001 - Terminal 2 Munich Airport, steel construction.

2003 - Development of MSM® (MAURER Sliding Material).

2004 - Development of low-noise expansion joints.

2004 - Subsidiaries in Russia and France.

2004 - Development of Sliding Isolation Pendulum Bearing (isolation of buildings from earthquakes, e.g. New Acropolis Museum in Athens).

2004 to 2006 Steel construction and roofing at BMW World Munich.

2006 - Europe-wide approval of MSM®.

2010 - Introduction of MSA® (MAURER Sliding Alloy).

2010 - Subsidiary MAURER India / Sanfield Ltd.

2010 - Development of wave expansion joint XW1.

2011 - Development of MAURER MMBS (MAURER Modular Bridges System).

2012 - Foundation of subsidiary Brazil.

2014 - Change of company’s name from Maurer Söhne GmbH & Co. KG to MAURER AG.

2016 - Change of company’s name from MAURER AG to MAURER SE. Today, the company is owned by the third generation of the Beutler family.

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