We are proud to look back on a long company history. From its establishment in 1780 in the Traisen Valley to the global innovation driver of today, these are our most important milestones:

Today
A seventh-generation family company, which has developed from its starting location in Marktl/Lilienfeld, Austria, into a globally active, financially sound industrial company with 13 production facilities at 8 locations and more than 2,500 employees!
2020
Expansion of the direct extrusion plant in Marktl, Austria, with fully automated production and state-of-the-art machining and assembly.
2017
Establishment of Neuman Aluminium PWG in Lagos de Moreno, Mexico.
2016
Expansion: Establishment of Neuman Aluminium Raufoss in Lagos de Moreno, Mexico.
2015
Expansion: Establishment of Neuman Aluminium PWG Žarnovica, Slovakia, and Neuman Aluminium Impact Extrusion in Xinhui, China.
2014
Establishment of Neuman Profilbearbeitung in Žarnovica, Slovakia.
2012
Expansion of the slug plant in Xinhui, China.
2010
Sale of the slug plant in North America.
2010
Expansion: Establishment of Neuman Aluminium PWG in Suzhou, China.
2008
Opening of the billet casting line in Marktl.
2007
The automotive sector can be served even more broadly through the acquisition of PWG Profirollen und Werkzeugbau, namely with guide rails for roof opening systems.
2005
Foundation of Neuman Aluminium Impact Extrusion in Waynesboro, USA.
2004
Expansion of automotive applications with ExtruForm technology and forging through the acquisition of the Raufoss Group.
2002
Opening of the slug plant in Xinhui, China.
1999
Acquisition of Neuman Aluminium in Rottenburg, Germany.
1996
Foundation of Neuman Aluminium Fließpresswerk in Žarnovica, Slovakia.
1991
First extrusion press at the Marktl site.
1981
Acquisition of Fried. v. Neuman by the Grupp family
1960
Expansion of the impact extrusion press shop for the production of technical hollow bodies for radios and televisions.
1947
Aluminum sheet rolling and aluminum impact extrusion press shop; production of the first aluminum slugs.
1941
Commissioning of a zinc strip reversing double rolling mill and a hot rolling mill.
1934
Impact extrusion process for zinc element beakers.
1934
Impact extrusion process for zinc element beakers.
1925
Production of graphic plates made of zinc.
1912
Electrification with hydropower.
1880
Sale of the company to Friedrich v. Neuman.
1780
Carl Österlein from Vienna founds a hammer mill at the Marktl site, which develops into the “Imperially and Royally Privileged, State-Authorized Fire Protection Equipment and Iron Factory”.

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