An unusual year 2020 is now coming to an end.
As soon as the increasing spread of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) became known, Felss set up a professional crisis team in order to keep the increasing spread of the infections as low as possible and to protect its employees.
Entrepreneurial mindset and implementation of innovations: The Felss Group welcomes Oliver Dohn as its new CEO.
Based on his extensive experience in mechanical engineering, the railway industry and the automotive sector, Oliver Dohn supports the Felss Group with immediate effect in shaping its future.
Already for the second time the Christmas campaign “Strahlende Augen” is a complete success. A total of 93 gift packages were donated to needy children.
In mid-September, the Supplier Innovation Day organised by the Upper Austrian Automotive Cluster took place at the largest Russian commercial vehicle manufacturer KAMAZ.
This year’s Design Gala of the German Design Council took place on 19 September 2019 in Berlin’s Soho House. In its book “Die großen deutschen Marken 2020”, the German Design Council presented which German companies and brands are role models within the German brand landscape.
With the acquisition of the HMP companies, the Felss corporate group is now also active in the “rolling” technology field.
Since May 2019, the companies of the Pforzheim-based HMP Group have been officially part of the international Felss Group with headquarters in Königsbach-Stein. With the acquisition of HMP, Felss has added a new technology to its portfolio: rolling.
Since the end of July 2019, the Felss Group from Königsbach-Stein has been one of the more than 600 members of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA).
The former Heinrich Müller Maschinenfabrik GmbH (HMP) from Pforzheim is appearing for the first time at this year’s EMO Hannover, the world’s leading trade fair for the metalworking industry, under the roof of the German Felss corporate group.
Development engineer Nadezda Missal was awarded the coveted Otto Kienzle Award at the Annual General Meeting of the Industrieverband Massivumformung in Hagen.This award, endowed with 3.000 euros, honours outstanding practical results of a research project in the field of massive forming.
The working group “Sichere Industrie 4.0” of the security network Munich has published the whitepaper requirements for IT/OT Security in Planning and Operating Industry 4.0 Facilities. The Whitepaper is to serve for machine and plant manufacturers, system integrators and operators as guideline to produce safe, digitized machines and plants. It was jointly developed by the working group members of the companies bihler, Felss, gt muenchen, Software Factory and ZF as well as the Fraunhofer ESK.