voestalpine High Performance Metals Corp.

History

Milestones in the past 20 years

 

2016
Acquisition of long term service- & distribution-partners Advanced Tooling Tek (Shanghai) and Sermetal Barcelona (Spain)Ramp-up of voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Center
in Düsseldorf.

 

2013
voestalpine Edelstahl acquires the Eifeler group of companies – a coating specialist. This extends the existing service portfolio especially for the tooling industry.

 

2013
voestalpine also acquires Sturdell Industries Inc. in North America.

 

2011
The holding company Böhler-Uddeholm AG is renamed voestalpine Edelstahl GmbH.

 

2007
voestalpine AG acquires Böhler-Uddeholm AG; one year later the company is fully integrated into the voestalpine Group as the Special Steel Division.

 

2005
Böhler-Uddeholm acquires Buderus Edelstahl in Germany.

 

2004
Böhler-Uddeholm acquires Villares Metals in Brazil.

 

2003
ÖIAG withdraws completely from Böhler-Uddeholm, which becomes a fully privatized company.

 

1995
Böhler-Uddeholm is partly privatized by making an initial public offering on the Vienna Stock Exchange.

 

1991
Merger of the Austrian Böhler Group and the Swedish Uddeholm Group. Böhler Uddeholm AG is founded as the parent company under the sole ownership of ÖIAG (Republic of Austria). The roots of Böhler and Uddeholm date back to 1446 and 1668.