Bosch Rexroth

Products & Markets

Bosch Rexroth’s slogan is “The Drive & Control Company”. It manufacturing products and systems associated with the control and motion of industrial and mobile equipment. The product lines include:

Assembly technology (framing systems, conveyor systems)

Electric Drives and Controls (servo drives, motion controls, CNCs, programmable controllers, and variable speed drives)

Hydraulics (pumps, hydraulic cylinders, valves & gearing)

Linear Motion Technologies (ball & roller rail, plain bearings, ballscrew assemblies)

Pneumatics (cylinders, actuators, valves)

The industries Bosch Rexroth serves are primarily in factory automation, mobile applications, and renewable energy generation. Specific industries include:

Agricultural machinery

Automotive manufacturing

Civil engineering

Electronics manufacturing

Forestry machinery

Machine tools

Marine controls

Packaging and labeling machinery

Plastic injection molding machinery

Machine presses

Printing Presses & converting machinery

Semiconductor manufacturing

Solar energy generation

Stage (theatre)

Wind energy generation.

History

The company has its roots in 1795, when the Rexroth family established an iron forge. Milestones include:

1795

The Rexroth family, with roots in the Spessart region of Germany, acquires the llenhammer, a water-driven forge in Elsavatal, Germany.

1850

The company acquires the Steinschen iron foundry in Lohr am Main, Germany. Established transportation connections via rail and inland ship.

1930

Development of a new Cupola furnace

1945

Reestablishment after the end of World War II with the manufacture of cookware, pans, and irons, later also butcher machinery.

1952

Start of production of standardized hydraulic components.

1965

Acquired Indramat GmbH (Neuwied am Rhein), moving it to Lohr am Main. This expanded the product offering to include electric control technology.

1968

Mannesmann AG invests in Rexroth.

1972

Acquisition of Hydromatik GmbH (Elchingen, Germany), a supplier of hydraulic axial piston pumps and motors.

1976

Rexroth becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of Mannesmann AG. Acquisition of Brueninghaus GmbH (Horb am Neckar), and supplier of hydraulic axial piston pumps and motors.

1977

Acquisition of Lohmann & Stolterfoht GmbH (Witten, Germany), a gearing and coupling supplier.

1987

Acquisition of Deutsche Star GmbH (Schweinfurt, Germany), a supplier of linear technology.

1989

Expansion into the business area of Pneumatics through Rexroth Pneumatik GmbH (Hannover, Germany).

1998

Transformation of Mannesmann Rexroth GmbH into a stock corporation.

2000

Acquisition of REFU elektronik GmbH (Metzingen, Germany), a frequency converter manufacturer.

2001

Spin off of the Automation Technology group of Robert Bosch GmbH & merger with Mannesmann Rexroth AG, forming a new company called Bosch Rexroth AG.

2008

Merger of the mobile and industrial service groups into a new product group “Service Hydraulics.

External links

Bosch Rexroth Global homepage

Bosch Rexroth Nederland

SolidWorks Press Release

Design World Online

Mdesign

Sales Partners

As well as standard sales channels, Bosch Rexroth uses indirect sales channels in the form of locally based Sales Partners.

The Sales Partner is trained to Bosch Rexroth standards in design and assembly, and is equipped to provide a rapid response to customer needs on a local level. Providing solutions as individual component parts, in kit form or fully assembled.

Sales Partners – External links

Steel Innovations Engineering Fabrications Ltd

References

^ “Bosch Rexroth history”. http://www.boschrexroth.com/corporate/en/about_us/what_rexroth_stands_for/Tradition/index.jsp. Retrieved 2009-11-22. 

^ “Bosch Rexroth Facts & Figures”. http://www.boschrexroth.com/corporate/en/about_us/facts_and_figures/Facts_Figures/index.jsp. Retrieved 2009-11-22. 

^ “Bosch Rexroth Products”. http://www.boschrexroth.com/corporate/en/products/index.jsp. Retrieved 2009-11-22. 

^ “Bosch Rexroth Industries”. http://www.boschrexroth.com/corporate/en/industries/index.jsp. Retrieved 2009-11-22. 

^ “Bosch Rexroth history”. http://www.boschrexroth.com/various/utilities/mediadirectory/download/index.jsp?object_name=Historienflyer_en.pdf. Retrieved 2009-11-22. 

^ “Bosch Rexroth Sales Partners”. http://www.boschrexroth.co.uk/country_units/europe/united_kingdom/en/sales_channels_main/Indirect_sales_channels/sales-partners-2/index.jsp. Retrieved 2008-08-26. 

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