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The Frauenthal Group’s origins lie with a porcelain factory founded in Frauental an der Lassnitz, in the Austrian province of Styria.
Engineer Ludwig Neumann founds Erste Österreichische Porzellanfabrik.
The company is sold to the Swedish EUROC Group
Frauenthal begins manufacturing SCR catalysts
A buy-out by the Swedish management results in the takeover of Frauenthal Keramik AG and the formation of the Ceram Group.
Frauenthal Keramik AG lists on the Vienna Stock Exchange.
The Frauenthal Keramik Group merges with Tridelta Technische Keramik GmbH to form the Ceram Holding Group, based in Jena, Germany
FT Holding acquires 75.1% of the Ceram Group
The insulator business is sold to The Riverside Company, an American investment firm.
The Group is reorganised as a holding company for industrial investments – Frauenthal Holding AG – and goes on to acquire the Styria Federn Group.
Frauenthal acquires Finnish spring manufacturer Imatra Steel.
Frauenthal acquires the Linnemann-Schnetzer Group (air reservoirs)
Frauenthal successfully places a bond issue. The Group acquires SHT Haustechnik Beteiligungs AG. Diesel catalyst production starts up at Porzellanfabrik Frauenthal.
Frauenthal is listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange prime market.
The truck component business is massively impacted by the economic crisis. Four factories are sold or mothballed.
Production of power station plate catalysts is launched.
successful bond issue over EUR 100m will secure further growth
Sale of the Industrial Honeycombs division to the Japanese group IBIDEN.
The brands "Linnemann-Schnetzer", "Styria" and "Pol-Necks" merge to "Frauenthal Automotive" as of 1 July 2012.
Acquisition of Worthington Cylinders a.s. (Frauenthal Automotive) and Technopoint Sanitrends spol. s.r.o. and Gama Myjava s.r.o. (SHT group)
Repurchase of 671,043 shares in an off-market buyback programme, and now holds 10% of the share capital.
Acquisition of Gnotec AB, a Swedish manufacturer of metal components used in automotive and industrial applications (2012: revenue EUR 80m, 400 employees)
Acquisition of the Austrian Wholesale Supplier ÖAG AG (Revenue EUR 273m, 714 employees) and Termoreguator AB sheet metal parts producer based in Motala, Sweden
Sale of leaf springs and stabilisers business in Austria, France and Romania to TBC Netherlands
Frauenthal is listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange standard market auction.
The plant in Portugal, Frauenthal Automotive Azambuja Unipessoal Lda., is closed.
In the course of a MBO the two Gnotec production sites Habo and Motala have been sold.
Acquisition of the German forges in Plettenberg and Rosswein from Mahle GmbH.
Sale of the U-Bolts business in Poland to the American group Hendrickson.
Record EBITDA of MEUR 67.1 achieved (including first-time application of IFRS 16)
Establishment of the Elektromaterial.at brand, making it the first Austrian provider to cover the entire field of building technology
Closure of the Roßwein forging plant in Germany due to COVID 19 crisis
Sale of Frauenthal Powertrain through management buy-out
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