History

History

Herzog

Since its foundation in 1958, Herzog has been one of the leading manufacturers of precision turned parts, gear kits and complex systems solutions.
With its working area of 15,400 sqm and 350 employees, Herzog’s capabilities range from soft machining, such as multi-spindle turning, in-house heat treatments and hard machining continuing up to the final assembly.

mG miniGears

Established in 1976, with a headcount of 550 people, miniGears is one of very few companies worldwide to combine traditional Steel Machining with Powder Metal technologies and has achieved over the years a remarkable position in the manufacturing of gears and components.
The attention to gear geometry and top quality powder, the innovation in machining and the constant monitoring of every production stage have always been the drivers of miniGears’ performance.

2019

30% Sales turnover in New Mobility

2019

IATF 16949 Certification (Schramberg)

2018

Opening of the new Suzhou plant

2018

IATF 16949 Certification (Padova and Suzhou)

2017

Start of New Mobility components production

2015

hGears establishment

2014

Acquisition by Finatem

2011

Acquisition by Finatem

2009

ISO/TS 16949 Certification (Suzhou)

2008

ISO 9001 Certification (Suzhou)

2007

Aquisition by Carraro

2004

ISO 9001 Certification

ISO 14001 Certification (Suzhou)

2003

Opening of the Suzhou plant

2003

ISO 14001 Certification (Padova)
ISO TS 16949 Certification (Padova)

2002

ISO 9001 Certification (Padova)

2002

Opening of the Training Center

1998

Start of complete gearboxes production

1994

ISO 9002 Certification (Padova)

1986

Construction of the company building in Schramberg-Sulgen and entry into the gear development and production sector

Introduction of the sintering of powder metal production technology

1976

miniGears establishment

1958

Herzog establishment