• German chucking tool manufacturer
• founded in 1909 by Heinrich Röhm
• headquarters in Sontheim/Brenz Germany
• Key people: Dr.-Ing. Michael Fried, CEO
• range of products includes drill chucks, live centers, face drivers, lathe chucks and independent chucks as well as vices, gripping technology, power chuck technology, mandrels and tool clamping systems
• currently counts approximately 1500 employees
• company’s products offer solutions especially for the automobile industry, engineering, the energy sector, rail vehicles and aerospace
• from 1950s until 2010, they also manufactured a line of inexpensive firearms under the Röhm Gesellschaft (RG) division but was sold to Umarex in 2010
• Innovation, technology, precision …show more content…
Therefore, for the first time, a company produced precision tools in mass production and RÖHM was said to be the most modern and efficient factory of its industry.
• In the mid-1950s, RÖHM invested into the field of power chuck technology and allowed further growth.
• Foreign distribution and service establishments in England (1959), Denmark, Brazil, Switzerland (1960), Italy (1969), the USA (1978), France (1979) and Spain (1985) were founded.
• In 1980 the RÖHM site in St. Georgen was founded, especially for the field of clamping mandrels.
• Since 1995, the RÖHM group has been certified in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001. There was further internationalization.
• The foundations of RÖHM Slovakia, RÖHM India and RÖHM WEIDA Machinery China (Joint Venture) took place in 2007.
• Today RÖHM employs 1500 people. The company has an export share of approximately fifty percent in its German production.
Sontheim is where RÖHM's main factory is located.
The highly modern 41,000 m2 manufacturing facilities offer optimum …show more content…
This location is ideal for a company relying on perfect product quality as well as maximum flexibility.
Region around Sontheim offers another key basis for the success of company: it is rich in quality awareness and motivated employees with the result that they are ideally prepared for the challenges of future.
• St. Georgen
St. Georgen site is a small, yet accomplished high-tech forge.
In addition to standard clamping mandrels, this is where tailor-made solutions are developed for a wide range of different requirements.
RÖHM retains mechanical or power-operated mandrels, sliding jaw mandrels and hydraulic mandrels for its customers for clamping workpieces in drill holes or inner contours.