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in the history of HKS
Expansion for the production site in Neukirch is planned.
The production of the BV-D series has been successfully implemented. The new RotoBox 200 and TiltRotator 200 was added to the product range.
Up to today HKS operates at three company sites with a total of 7.200m².
Building of new company site started "In den Pflanzenländern" in Wächtersbach-Aufenau. Mounting of the rotary actuators, design, order processing and marketing are located here with 1,700 m² of space.
twoCON - a new division has been established. The production of medical training equipment has now been added to the existing product portfolio.
The Walter Höhn GmbH celebrates its 40th anniversary, HKS Dreh-Antriebe GmbH its 25th anniversary and the HKS Dreh-Antriebe GmbH & Co. KG its 15th anniversary.
Acquisition of additional space at Wächtersbach-Aufenau location. Another production hall and new offices are planned.
Further expansions at the site in Neukirch with the construction of a new production facility for the manufacturing of engines as from 300 kg per piece. Today about 2000 m² production area and 500 m² office and social rooms have developed.
With the construction of a new production hall and new office and reception area, the site in Wächtersbach-Aufenau is doubled to over 2000 m² of production space and over 800 sqm of office and social area.
Start of production of rotary actuators in the new production hall in Neukirch.
Establishing of the HKS Dreh-Antriebe GmbH & Co. KG in Neukirch / Lausitz.
Establishing of the HKS Dreh-Antriebe GmbH with its own design and sales department for rotary actuators.
Expansion in Wächtersbach-Aufenau with additional offices.
Change of company name into Walter Höhn GmbH. CEO is Günter Höhn.
Beginning with the production of the first rotary actuators.
Beginning with the training of professionals (cutting machine operator). In the further history this will continuously be followed successfully.
April 01, 1973 the company moves to Wächtersbach-Aufenau in a new building of approximately 200 m².
Walter Höhn purchases the company Ossmer and Manns January 01st, 1970 in Frankfurt am Main and renames it into Walter Höhn. In October, his son Günter Höhn joins the company.