Finalisation of the expansion of the steel production in Rietberg, Germany.
Following completion of her studies and training revolving around management and well construction, Tanja Stükerjürgen, together with her father Ralf Stükerjürgen, is now running the company in the 4th and 5th generation of the family. Edith Stükerjürgen goes into well-deserved retirement after 50 years as managing director.
Commissioning of the new production/storage hall of our subsidiary Rausch & Rausch in Vöcklamarkt, Austria.
Commissioning of our own wire wound screen production in Rietberg, Germany.
Company‘s 125th anniversary and inauguration of the steel production in Rietberg, Germany.
As part of our anniversary our energy concept was upgraded, too. In addition to a plastics recycling system and a complete waste water treatment plant, seven different geothermal systems serve to secure the entire energy generation (heating/cooling/storing) of the facility location.
Extension of storage space and new construction of a modern dispatch hall in Rietberg, Germany.
New construction of an ultra modern steel production facility in Rietberg, Germany. In addition to the bridge slotted screen and pipe production, an environmentally-friendly pickling plant was also put into operation.
In addition to the purchase of the "Nold" production line, the acquisition of a steel processing company in Hilchenbach, Germany enabled us to make our entry into our own steel production with particular emphasis on bridge slotted screens.
Extension of the production area in Rietberg, Germany. Commissioning of a geothermal plant comprising a 500 meter deep geothermal drilling for heating and cooling.
Foundation of our branch factory in Zwenkau near Leipzig, Germany.
STÜWA was one of the first manufacturers to commence with the extrusion of PVC casings and screens.
Establishment of a construction company in addition to ongoing farming.
Initial production focused on the manufacture of STÜWA wood screens, followed by the sale of well construction materials.