History of HASBERG-Schneider GmbH

1930

Hans Schneider founds HASBERG in Heidelberg, Germany.
Hence the company name HASBERG: Hans Schneider, Heidelberg.
Production of cylinder drilling machines, honing machines and cylinder boring machines begins.

1935

HASBERG-Schneider moves to Baden-Baden to the company building on Am Eichelgarten 9, a former hospital.

1945After 1945 the company takes on all available contract work repairing
machines; the production of honing and drilling machines is resumed.  
1955

Hans Schneider, company founder, passes away; Klaus Schneider, his son, takes over the company. Production and construction of specialized machines for various companies. Distribution of precision gauge tape begins.

1962

Division of the company into the HASBERG-Schneider Maschinenfabrik (Machine Factory) and the HASBERG-Schneider Präzisionslehrenband (Precision Gauge Tape). HASBERG-Schneider Präzisionslehrenband moves to a new location, Hochstrasse 6 in Baden-Baden, Germany.

1965

Final division of the Maschinenfabrik and the distribution of precision gauge tape. The machine producing factory is sold and today is called Maschinenfabrik Baden-Baden.
HASBERG-Schneider, Präzisionslehrenband moves to Bernau am Chiemsee in Upper Bavaria, Germany.
Expansion of the product line (precision gauge tape from 0.01 mm to
1.00 mm thickness; 6 to 150 mm width, reference sheets, Allen key sets and protective vice jaws).

1972

After two relocations in the city, construction of a new company building on Rudolf-Stratz-Strasse 1 begins. Expansion of customer base throughout Europe.

1983

Expansion of customer network to Asia.
Introduction of especially cut-to-order products and metal blanks from the available precision gauge tape.
Construction of the HASBERG-Schneider Tennis Centre in Bernau, Germany begins.
Klaus Schneider continues to lead HASBERG-Schneider Precision Gauge Tape, his brother Thomas Schneider takes over the leadership of the HASBERG-Schneider Tennis Centre.

2010

After Klaus Schneider passes away, Thomas Schneider takes over the management of both divisions of the company.




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