History

  • 2021 The new AWH website with integrated online catalog is published
  • 2019 Completion of the fifth construction phase in the industrial area comprising the erection of the production plant
  • 2018 Foundation of the representative offices in Bucharest (Romania)
  • 2017 Foundation of the representative office in Vietnam
  • 2015 Opening production site in Firrel (Lower Saxony)
  • 2013 Completion of the fourth construction phase in the industrial area comprising the erection of the production plant
  • 2013 Foundation of the representative office in Milan (Italy)
  • 2013 Foundation of NEUMO UK by taking over UK Damstahl
  • 2012 Reconstruction of the dispatch warehouse - expansion of capacities by 40%
  • 2012 Opening of the production site in Vienna with a warehouse for collection and dispatch
  • 2012 Construction of the new electropolishing bath
  • 2011 Foundation of the representative offices in Lyon (France) and Vienna (Austria)
  • 2010 Opening of the warehouse for tubes and pipes in Essenbach (Bavaria)
  • 2009 Completion of the third construction phase in the industrial area comprising the erection of the production plant
  • 2009 Integration of the pigging technology into the product range of AWH
  • 2006 Foundation of the second affiliate Neumo GUS (Moscow)
  • 2004 The second construction phase is fi nalized by the move of the dispatch warehouse into the newly built warehouse.
  • 2003 Cleaning technology becomes part of AWH‘s product range
  • 2001 The first construction phase announces the extension of Armaturenwerk Hötensleben GmbH. The warehouse for tubes and pipes moves to the industrial area
  • 1997 Foundation of the first affiliate NEUMO - POLSKA Sp. Z.O.O (Skierniewice)
  • 1992 Acquisition of Armaturenwerk Hötensleben GmbH by the NEUMO-Ehrenberg-Group. Approximately 90 employess remain in the company‘s employment.
  • Until 1989 butterfly valves are produced at Hoetensleben for the entire food industry of the GDR and socialist countries with a workforce of approximately 800 employees.
  • 1967 Development and production of the first hygenic butterfly valves for the food industry. The valve is traded worldwide.
  • 1959 Conversion of the production from brass to stainless steel
  • 1948 The company was named „Armaturenwerk Hötensleben“ for the first time
  • 1917 Production of valves for the food industry
  • 1859 Foundation of the fi ttings factory and metal foundry

1959 Production of AWH stainless steel valves

1967 Production of AWH hygienic butterfly valve

1989 Production of AWH butterfly valves for food industry