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2018

2018 – Investment in a new Schuler servo press with a pressing force of 250 to.

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2018-02-05
2018-02-05

2016 – Photovoltaic system expanded to 400 kWp. This system covers approx. 75 % of our on-site energy demand.

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2018-02-04
2018-02-04
2017

2015-2017 – Awarded “Preferred Supplier” status for stampings by Eberspächer Control Systems.

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2017-02-03
2017-02-03

2015 – Investment in a plastic injection moulding machine for the Jihlava site (Czech Republic).

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2017-02-02
2017-02-02

2014 – Roland Bek and Uwe Schäfer join the expanded executive management team.

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2017-02-01
2017-02-01

2011 – Expansion location Magstadt. The new warehouse area is approx. 1.200 m².

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2017-01-31
2017-01-31

2010 – Successful initial certification according to ISO / TS16949.

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2017-01-30
2017-01-30

2005 – new building in the Czech Republic.The production area is approx. 2.400 m².

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2017-01-29
2017-01-29

2004 – Expansion at Magstadt site through another production and assembly hall.

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2017-01-28
2017-01-28

2002 – Successful initial certification of the management system according to VDA6.1.

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2017-01-28
2017-01-28

1999 – Establishment of the subsidiary company Sixt Umformtechnik s.r.o. in Jihlava (Czech Republic).

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2017-01-27
2017-01-27

1998 – First certification according to ISO9001.

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2017-01-26
2017-01-26

1995 – Award for preferred supplier of Robert Bosch GmbH with first customer audit.

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2017-01-26
2017-01-26

1992 – New building and relocation to the current production and office building; 50 employees.

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2017-01-25
2017-01-25

1978 – Change of the company name to Sixt GmbH; Production of tools and precision punching parts.

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2017-01-24
2017-01-24

1962 – Relocation to Magstadt (near to Sindelfingen). The son Dietmar Sixt builds up the toolmaking and machine construction facility.

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2017-01-23
2017-01-23

1952 – Founded by Eugen Sixt. Company head office in Schmiden (near to Stuttgart). Mechanical job order production for the MAHLE Company; 10 employees.

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2017-01-22
2017-01-22
2017

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