There have been many milestones in Ammann history, which ultimately have led the company to become what it is today.

KEY FIGURES

  • Employees: 3000
  • Year founded: 1869
  • Family-owned business: In the 6th generation
  • Group companies: 26, with four representative offices
  • Dealer network: About 160 dealers and more than 30 agents in 100-plus countries around the world

MILESTONES

2014
Acquisition of Elba-Werk Maschinen-Gesellschaft GmbH, Ettlingen, Germany

2013
Joint venture Ammann Apollo India Private Ltd. established in Ahmedabad, India
Start of production and assembly at the proprietary plant in Gravataí, Brazil

2012
Founding of Ammann Construction Machinery South Africa in Benoni, South Africa
Founding of Ammann do Brasil in Gravatai, Brazil
Founding of Ammann Bulgaria in Sofia, Bulgaria

2011
Founding of Ammann Teknomak in Ankara, Turkey
Founding of Ammann Italy in Bussolengo

2010
Start of paver and trench roller production in Langenthal
Founding of Ammann Australia

2009
Acquisition of Antec/IRM in San Lazzaro di Savena, Italy

2008
Founding of Ammann Iberia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine

2007
Founding of Ammann Romania and Ammann Russia
Majority acquisition of AT GmbH Steine- and Erden Industrie (Bräuer), Germany

2005
Acquisition of Oertli Induflame AG in Schwerzenbach, Switzerland
Acquisition of Stavostroj in Nové Město, Czech Republic
Start of production in proprietary plant in Shanghai, China

2001
The dealership for Switzerland, Ulrich Ammann AG, becomes Avesco AG
Expansion of the joint venture company Ammann-Yanmar in St-Dizier, France

1990
Founding of Ammann Verdichtung AG in Langenthal
Opening of new assembly plant in Langenthal

1989
Founding and development of the joint venture company Ammann-Yanmar in St-Dizier, France
Founding of Ammann Equipment Ltd in Stratford–upon–Avon (Warwickshire), UK

1984
Acquisition of Duomat GmbH Hennef in Germany
Acquisition of Alfelder Eisenwerke in Germany

1931
Agency agreement with Caterpillar for Switzerland

1930
Manufacturing facility opened in St-Dizier, France

1911
First motorised Ammann road rollers

1908
Acquisition of the Swiss patent for tar macadam machines

1896
Company relocates to Langenthal for access to the central railway loading ramp

1869
Founding of the Ammann mill construction workshop in Madiswil

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