History

WALLRAM milestones

Today

As part of the ZK Group (www.zk.de), WALLRAM has a broad international network and offers products and services worldwide.

2016

Hardy Kirchhausen, who has more than 25 years of experience in the can industry, is appointed COO of the WALLRAM GROUP. This supports the WALLRAM Group’s aim to grow further in the metal sector and to establish itself as a global system partner.

2011

Lizzini becomes part of the WALLRAM GROUP.

2008

Together with LIZZINI, an innovative grinding machine that uses linear technology for the optimum processing of carbide and ceramic is developed and used.

2003

Expansion of service capacities via the founding of a new operation in Krakow, Poland (WALLRAM CTE).

2003

With the founding of WALLRAM Norge, the offshore technology area is expanded.

2002

Integration of LPT Lieb Precision Tools.

1994

Necking dies made of ceramic.

1973

Beginning of the development and manufacturing of precision tools for the two-part beverage can, with an emphasis on ironing dies and punches (bodymaker tooling).

1927

The WALLRAM company name results from a merger.

1914

Voigtländer & Lohmann file patent applications for the production of tungsten and molybdenum carbide parts.

1913

Voigtländer & Lohmann Metallfabrikations-ges.mbH transfers its headquarters from Berlin to Essen. The foundation for the future WALLRAM company was laid in the industrial center.

WALLRAM – tradition redefined

History

WALLRAM milestones

Today

As part of the ZK Group (www.zk.de), WALLRAM has a broad international network and offers products and services worldwide.

2016

Hardy Kirchhausen, who has more than 25 years of experience in the can industry, is appointed COO of the WALLRAM GROUP. This supports the WALLRAM Group’s aim to grow further in the metal sector and to establish itself as a global system partner.

2011

Lizzini becomes part of the WALLRAM GROUP.

2008

Together with LIZZINI, an innovative grinding machine that uses linear technology for the optimum processing of carbide and ceramic is developed and used.

2003

Expansion of service capacities via the founding of a new operation in Krakow, Poland (WALLRAM CTE).

2003

With the founding of WALLRAM Norge, the offshore technology area is expanded.

2002

Integration of LPT Lieb Precision Tools.

1994

Necking dies made of ceramic.

1973

Beginning of the development and manufacturing of precision tools for the two-part beverage can, with an emphasis on ironing dies and punches (bodymaker tooling).

1927

The WALLRAM company name results from a merger.

1914

Voigtländer & Lohmann file patent applications for the production of tungsten and molybdenum carbide parts.

1913

Voigtländer & Lohmann Metallfabrikations-ges.mbH transfers its headquarters from Berlin to Essen. The foundation for the future WALLRAM company was laid in the industrial center.

WALLRAM – tradition redefined

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