For more than 58 years, the name HAINZL has stood for fluid, automation and building technology as well as constantly finding new, innovative solutions.
Perfect efficiency is evident in every system solution. Here are some milestones of the HAINZL success story:
The new "Fit & Vital Center" is opened at the company's Linz site, offering all sports enthusiasts new premises and a modern infrastructure.
HAINZL founds the company HAINZL Motion & Drives in Serbia, thus underlining the consistent path of internationalization.
The entirely owned subsidiary SAWI Electronic is officially renamed HAINZL Electronics Manufacturing (HEM).
HAINZL opens the office building North and the company restaurant HIStro. The new Hall VIII goes into operation.
HAINZL expands its company network and takes over the Slovenian drive specialist TOK in Ljubljana. FRANKONIA strategically refocuses on Motion & Drives customers as FRANKONIA ANTRIEBSTECHNIK.
Dr. Martin Hainzl hands over the management of HAINZL Industriesysteme GmbH to Ing. Wilhelm Eibner (in the picture on the right) and Dr. Björn Fellner (in the picture on the left) and moves to the supervisory board.
HAINZL celebrates its 50th company anniversary.
The office building extension in Linzer Industriezeile is opened.
The company building is extended.
Together with Klaus Krüger, HAINZL founds the company Kappa Filter Systeme in Steyr for industrial air pollution control.
HAINZL founds the company AQUASYS Technik as a 100% subsidiary and since then pioneer in the development of high pressure water mist fire fighting solutions for buildings, tunnels, rail vehicles and in industry. www.aquasys.at
Dr. Martin Hainzl joins the company and takes over the management.
HAINZL co-founded and acquired a stake in SAWI Electronic. SAWI is the reliable partner for the perfect production of electronics. www.sawi.co.at
The Hainzl family takes over 100% of the company. Since then the company is called: HAINZL INDUSTRIESYSTEME.
HAINZL moves into its current location in Linzer Industriezeile.
The engineers Erich Hainzl and Leopold Bauer found the company Hainzl & Bauer with an office in Linz-Urfahr. The first aggregates are manufactured on a farm.