We have never rested on our laurels. The status quo is never quite good enough. Instead, ever since our company foundation almost four decades ago, we have been working continuously to achieve even greater productivity and to drive forward synergies between all those involved. To the benefit of our customers, to the benefit of our suppliers, to the benefit of ST Stanztechnik. A successful strategy which has given rise to a number of key milestones over our corporate history.

  • Foundation of the company in Kirchheim / Teck
  • Acquisition of an industrial property in a location with central transport connections (autobahn junction A 8 + Stuttgart Airport) on the site of the current premises.
  • Certification to DIN EN ISO 9001 by the DQS.
  • Preferred supplier of punched, drawn, bent and fine-blanked parts to our customer Robert Bosch GmbH.
  • Launch of a new branch of production: “Superfinishing of surfaces"?.
  • Process-oriented certification of the QM System in accordance with VDA 6.1 by the DQS.
  • Construction of a new hall for incoming and outgoing goods, a semi-finished and finished goods warehouse.
  • Entry into automatic part hardness testing.
  • Certification of the QM System in accordance with ISO/TS 16949 on the basis of DIN EN ISO 9001 by the DQS.
  • Expansion of areas used for production, storage, offices and leisure facilities.
  • Receipt of the Bosch Supplier Award for classification among the best 50 suppliers worldwide.
  • Certification of the EM System to DIN EN ISO 14001 by DEKRA.
  • Construction of the incoming goods and storage halls for raw material.
  • Receipt of the Bosch Supplier Award.
  • Further optimization of product quality by the acquisition of two coordinate measuring machines from the company Werth (Video Check and Probe Check).
  • Authorized economic operator - Customs simplification/security and safety (AEOF)
  • Move into the new administration building.
  • Approval as "known consignor"? by the German Aviation Administration.
  • Factory extension: 600 sq.m. increase of the assembly area
  • Commissioning of new press plants