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For the second time in a row, GROB-WERKE has received the "Award of Recognition" from the FORD Motor Company for its technical know-how and for its excellent working relationships. The award ceremony took place in the FORD Dunton Technical Center near London at the end of October.
German Wankmiller, Chairman of the Board, speaking at the AMB in Stuttgart regarding developments at GROB-WERKE, the trade fair, new technologies in mechanical engineering as well as anticipated trends in the automotive industry.
81 trainees in Mindelheim, 120 trainees worldwide. Never before have so many apprenticeships been offered and accepted. Right now more than 250 young people are training in Mindelheim alone.
By tradition, GROB-WERKE has been represented when the doors open to the AMB in Stuttgart and IMTS in Chicago every two years. Once again this year, our company is presenting its latest technologies and applications at the leading trade shows for metal cutting.
Dr. h.c. Burkhart Grob, owner of GROB-WERKE passed away on May 20, 2016, shortly after his 90th birthday. Dr. h.c. Burkhart Grob was a pioneer of machine tool construction in Germany. Throughout his eventful life, he set milestones in numerous ways.
For the fourth time in a row, and for the tenth time ever, GROB-WERKE has been honored by General Motors as a 2015 Best Supplier of the Year during the awards ceremony on March 10 at the Cobo Center in Detroit. This is already the second Best Supplier Award this year, following the Best Supplier...
At the end of March the proprietor and chief of GROB-WERKE, Dr. Burkhart Grob, celebrated his 90th birthday. GROB-WERKE, founded in Munich by the father of the current owner in 1926, has likewise turned 90. In addition, the plant in São Paulo can look back on 60 years of history.