With its high-quality forgings, BÖHLER Schmiedetechnik GmbH & Co KG is one of the world’s leading suppliers to the aerospace industry as well as the energy industry.
The company was founded in 1991 and today, as a wholly owned subsidiary of voestalpine AG, is a member of the Special Steel Division. Originally focused primarily on the energy market, in 1991 BÖHLER Schmiedetechnik GmbH & Co KG began concentrating on the aerospace industry as its core business – and today earns more than 90% of its sales volume in this segment.
Top quality is key
The company has earned a superb reputation worldwide in the high-quality segment for difficult-to-form materials. It brings together materials, design engineering and manufacturing capabilities under one roof. The company’s headquarters is in Kapfenberg, Austria, in the federal state of Styria. From here, the company supplies aircraft manufacturers in Europe (especially England and France), America and Asia. The customer list also includes major Tier 1 suppliers
The aerospace expertise of voestalpine
Under the brand BÖHLER Aerospace, the Special Steel Division consolidates the aerospace expertise of the companies BÖHLER Schmiedetechnik GmbH & Co KG, BÖHLER Edelstahl GmbH & Co KG, BÖHLER Bleche GmbH & Co KG and Böhler PROFIL GmbH. These companies were represented at this year’s Paris Air Show in Le Bourget together with the voestalpine Roll Forming Corporation (Metal Forming Division). With these companies, voestalpine has become a successful player in the aircraft industry.
The latest video from the voestalpine image and brand campaign focuses on engine mounts we produce for aircraft in Kapfenberg, Austria, and shows them being installed in the Airbus A380 of Emirates Airline. An ongoing blog series offers further insight and background information about the product, the areas of application and the market as well as about Hans Freudenthaler from Böhler Schmiedetechnik GmbH & Co KG, the star of the campaign.
New voestalpine corporate design
The voestalpine Group is marking the consistent implementation of its strategy and its changing self-image by updating its visual identity: its transformation from a European steel company to a global technology and capital goods group is now also being mirrored in its corporate design. The new visual identity combines tradition with future expectations, and increasingly symbolizes dynamism and a focus on the future.