Progress-Werk Oberkirch AG

Progress-Werk Oberkirch AG / Key word(s): Incoming Orders

01.07.2013 / 08:00

Oberkirch, July 1, 2013 - Progress-Werk Oberkirch AG has been awarded a further large series contract in the 'mechanical components for electrical and electronic applications' product area which accounts for approximately 30 percent of Group revenues.

As the world market leader in deep-drawn housings for electric motors, we produce more than 120 million such products annually for automotive applications.

Karl M. Schmidhuber, Chief Executive Officer of PWO, emphasizes: 'In receiving this contract by one of PWO's largest customers for a new generation of housings, not only is the existing volume for the next 8 to 10 years secured on a long-term basis but this contract also generates additional growth on a global scale in this important product area.'

Progress-Werk Oberkirch AG
The Management Board

PWO company profile
PWO is one of the world's leading suppliers of advanced metal components for automobile safety and comfort. The company has developed a unique knowledge in the forming and joining of metals over the course of its over 90-year history since it was founded in 1919. The German location at Oberkirch today employs over 1,500 staff members. The Group is globally represented with further sites in Canada, the Czech Republic, China and Mexico employs over 3,000 staff members around the world.

PW0 is a partner to the global automotive industry for the development and production of innovative products in the areas of 'Mechanical components for electrical and electronic applications', 'Safety components for airbags, seats and steering' and 'Components and systems for vehicle bodies and chassis'.

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