Our Histo­ry

Werk­stät­ten GmbH is a for­ward-loo­king tra­di­tio­nal com­pa­ny that takes cou­ra­ge and inspi­ra­ti­on from its suc­cess­ful histo­ry to look for­ward resolutely.

Our Histo­ry

1965 — Werk­stät­ten GmbH is born. The com­pa­ny emer­ged from Rawe’s locks­mith shop.

Howe­ver, the roots of Werk­stät­ten GmbH go back much fur­ther than 1965. On 18 April 1934, a shelf com­pa­ny was foun­ded “just in case” by our for­mer share­hol­der, Nord­horn tex­ti­le com­pa­ny B. Rawe & Co GmbH. At that time, the com­pa­ny was given the name “Rawe & Co. Refi­ning com­pa­ny with limi­ted lia­bi­li­ty” and kept this until March 24, 1965, when the arti­cles of asso­cia­ti­on were revi­sed and the pre­vious name was chan­ged to “work­shops with limi­ted lia­bi­li­ty”. Up to this point, the socie­ty had been in slum­ber without any acti­vi­ty. The object of the com­pa­ny was, as it liter­al­ly sta­ted in the arti­cles of asso­cia­ti­on, the “exe­cu­ti­on of locks­mith work in the field of locks­mit­hing, car­pen­try work in the field of car­pen­try as well as ser­vices and com­mer­cial tran­sac­tions of all kinds”.

In the mean­ti­me, Werk­stät­ten GmbH has grown into a group of com­pa­nies with a total of around 450 employees.

Brief facts:

  • Foun­ded: 1965
  • Employees: 145
  • Head­quar­ters: Alfred-Mozer-Str. 61
    48527 Nord­horn
  • Ope­ra­ting sites: 2x Nord­horn
    (built 1994 until 2018)
  • Manu­fac­tu­ring area:
    9.000 m² Alfred-Mozer-Str.
    3.500 m² Twen­te Str.

2018

Con­struc­tion of a new pro­duc­tion hall at Alfred-Mozer-Str. 61 (2,650 m²). Relo­ca­ti­on of the mono­tal depart­ment to the new pro­duc­tion halls. 

2015

Werk­stät­ten GmbH cele­bra­tes its 50th anniversary.

2012

Con­struc­tion of a new pro­duc­tion hall at Alfred-Mozer-Str. 61 (1,200 m²).

2011

Werk­stät­ten GmbH pro­duc­tion and admi­nis­tra­ti­on grows by 600 m² via the purcha­se of addi­tio­nal pro­duc­tion space at Alfred-Mozer Str. 67. The pro­duc­tion of auto­cla­ve con­tai­ners is added to the ran­ge of services. 

2008

Ste­ven Glüp­ker reti­res from Werk­stät­ten GmbH.

2006

Monotal’s pro­duc­tion area is enlar­ged by 2,000 m².

2004

Gerd Rib­bels reti­res from Werk­stät­ten GmbH.

2000

Mono­tal Schorn­stein­bau is taken over, with 2,500 m² of pro­duc­tion space and 25 employees on Twentestraße.

1997

Werk­stät­ten GmbH is taken over by B. Rawe & Co. GmbH by Alfred Mog­gert, Ste­ven Glüp­ker and Gerd Rib­bels as part of an MBO solu­ti­on. 94 peop­le are employ­ed in the company.

1996

Alfred Mog­gert & Johan Vos join the acti­ve management.

 

1994

The spa­ti­al sepa­ra­ti­on of the parent com­pa­ny Rawe to the Nord­horn GIP indus­tri­al esta­te takes place. A new pro­duc­tion hall with 4,000 m² of manu­fac­tu­ring space and admi­nis­tra­ti­on buil­ding is built.

1990

Werk­stät­ten, now with 80 employees, can look back on 25 suc­cess­ful years of ser­ving customers.

1988

The parent com­pa­ny Rawe cele­bra­tes its impres­si­ve 100th anniversary.

1965

Werk­stät­ten GmbH emer­ges from Rawe’s locks­mith shop. At the start, the­re are 20 employees working for the company.

The affi­lia­ted com­pa­nies of the Werk­stät­ten Group

Imple­men­ting ideas

Sup­por­ted by advan­ced soft­ware and qua­li­fied employees, Wil­bers- Werk­stät­ten trans­forms spe­ci­fic cus­to­mer ide­as into con­cre­te, high-qua­li­ty over­all pro­jects. Ser­vices ran­ge from deve­lo­p­ment to imple­men­ta­ti­on and commissioning.

Strong part­ner

With sta­te-of-the-art equip­ment and expert staff, Rosink meets cus­to­mer-spe­ci­fic and site-spe­ci­fic chal­len­ges as a spe­cia­list for flue gas heat exch­an­gers, eco­no­mi­sers, fin­ned tubes and boi­ler clea­ning systems.

Well-estab­lis­hed team

As a lea­ding spe­cia­list in heat trans­fer and heat reco­very, Hei­za-Werk­stät­ten deve­lo­ps inno­va­ti­ve solu­ti­ons for nume­rous indus­tries and enjoys the trust of its cus­to­mers thanks to its high qua­li­ty stan­dards and exten­si­ve experience.

Fresh momen­tum

The rota­ry kiln tech­no­lo­gy of Werk­stät­ten hea­ting-sys­tems enab­les the decen­tra­li­sed uti­li­sa­ti­on of agri­cul­tu­ral, indus­tri­al and muni­ci­pal by-pro­ducts or was­te for the pro­duc­tion of heat, dry­ing or pro­cess energy.

Maxi­mum efficiency

With a gre­at deal of expe­ri­ence and com­pe­tence in the deve­lo­p­ment, engi­nee­ring, manu­fac­tu­re and assem­bly of high-per­for­mance magnet sys­tems, Wil­bers Lif­ting sup­ports com­pa­nies in steel trans­port throughout Euro­pe. The pro­duc­tion of the pro­jects takes place exclu­si­ve­ly in Germany.