Carl Theodor Frielinghaus founds his business as a sheep shear smith.
Harvester parts are added to the product range.
Wilhelm Asbeck becomes the company manager.
The old forge moves to a new building. The company becomes more modern and better organized.
Wilhelm Asbeck’s daughter, Elke von der Becke, joins the company as a partner. Her husband, Derk von der Becke, is appointed as a second managing director.
Construction of the new press shop. The old grinding shop and the warehouse are replaced by a two-story production hall.
Wolfgang Braun joins the company as a managing director and partner.
Construction of a second production hall and a new office building.
Construction of a warehouse for input stock.
Frielinghaus purchases the blade production department from C.W. Haas in Remscheid.
The bankrupt company Busatis in Hückeswagen is acquired by Frielinghaus and ESM.
Construction of a new hall, and expansion of the toolmaking shop.
Jointly with other enterprises, Frielinghaus acquires the bankrupt company Rasspe in Solingen.
Construction of a steel hall frees up other buildings for use as production areas.
KWT, a competitor in Herbede, discontinues blade production. Frielinghaus acquires the company’s few modern machines.
Frielinghaus transfers the shares in the business to Rasspe, due to the lack of prospects for economic success.
Martin Grob becomes CEO.
The original building has to be torn down. Construction of a new production hall and warehouse despite the economic crisis.
Härtetechnik Steinbach KG in Wuppertal becomes a 100 percent subsidiary of Frielinghaus GmbH.
Construction of an extension to the grinding shop and special coating shop, in addition to new staff facilities.
Frielinghaus is recognized as “Supplier of the Year 2019. Total Winner!” by CLAAS.
Investment in a 630 ton automatic stamping machine, and purchase of plots and halls from the former Busch Stanztechnik in Gevelsberg. The press shop is relocated to the factory in Gevelsberg.
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