2017 Name change to High Performance Metals Division and Holding to voestalpine High Performance Metals GmbH
2016 Acquisition of ATT (Shanghai) and the Semetal Group (Spain/Portugal). Startup of the voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Center in Düsseldorf
2013 voestalpine Edelstahl GmbH acquires the Eifeler Group and expands its service portfolio for toolmaking involving coating
2011 Name change of the Böhler-Uddeholm AG holding company to voestalpine Edelstahl GmbH
2008 Complete integration into the Group as the Special Steel Division
2007 Austrian voestalpine AG takes over Böhler-Uddeholm
2005 Böhler-Uddeholm takes over Buderus Edelstahl in Germany
2004 Böhler-Uddeholm takes over Villares Metals in Brazil
2003 The State completely withdraws from Böhler-Uddeholm
1995 Partial privatization through listing on the Vienna Stock Exchange. Majority privatization in the following year
1991 Merger of the Austrian Böhler Group with the Swedish Uddeholm Group, both of which look back on a long tradition in the industry (Böhler since 1446, Uddeholm since 1668); foundation of Böhler-Uddeholm AG as the parent company; the company is 100% owned by ÖIAG (Republic of Austria)