Technologically leading thanks
to innovation steeped in tradition

Drive your business forward
– with the product benefits
of our forging-solutions

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Innovation is the basis of our business model

No one buys closed die forgings just because of a supplier's forging tradition of more than 120 years.
But our innovative strength would not be possible without the experience of all the decades of our existence.

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Company

We have been producing closed die forgings at our Plettenberg site since 1898.

With this wealth of experience, with uncompromising customer focus and customer proximity, but especially through our culture of innovation, we have become a technologically leading manufacturer of closed die forgings.

We find forging solutions even for very complex geometries with extremely demanding materials.

Owner-managed with a flat hierarchy and
short decision-making paths, we secure your product advantages…

by optimal forging solutions – made by Kampwerk

  • Perfectly optimized for your process
  • Close to final contour and weight-reduced
  • With sustainable quality and high precision
  • Supported by our specialists in materials engineering
  • Optimized for mounting, machining and wear
  • Always delivered in time

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Our vision

Better forgings
– our contribution to the success of our customers

We will always generate better and better forgings for our customers and with our customers to help drive our customers' business forward.

Our mission

We want to provide each customer with the most optimal
forging for his application.

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What has happened so far...

  • 1898
    Company foundation by Heinrich Vieregge - manufacturing of products for agriculture on transmission-driven forging hammers
  • 1939
    Entry into industrial production in the automotive sector
  • 1957
    Production of safety parts for the aerospace industry
  • 1970
    Entry into the mechanical engineering and into the fittings industry
    Start of forging stainless austenitic and ferritic steel grades
  • 1985
    Start of forging Ni-based materials such as Hastelloy, Monel and Inconel
  • 1990
    Start of forging micro-alloyed steels, so-called "PHFP steels"(precipitation-hardening-ferritic-pearlitic steels)
  • 1995
    First certification according to DIN EN ISO 9002
  • 1996
    Introduction of HSC milling technology for tool production
  • 2001
    Sale of the company by the previous owner family Vieregge to Günther Stracke, who continuous the company as managing partner
  • 2004
    Certification according to ISO / TS 16949
  • 2007
    Purchase of a new HSC milling center for toolmaking
  • 2009
    Purchase of a 1,600 tons Smeral forging press line
  • 2012
    Purchase of a 1,600 tons Farina forging press line and another new HSC milling center for toolmaking
  • 2013
    Purchase of two 400 tons IMV trimming presses
  • 2014
    Purchase of a 1,000 tons Farina forging press line
  • 2016
    Completion of an automation project on a 1600 tons press
  • 2018
    Certification according to IAFT 16949
  • 2019
    Start of forging HDB (high strength ductile, bainitic) steels

Technologically challenging closed die forgings

Forgings made of high quality and engineering steel grades, as well as PHFP- and HDB steels, stainless steels, steels used for aerospace applications, high temperature steels, acid-proof steels and nickel-based alloys such as Inconel and Hastelloy

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Weight range of
0.2 to 6.0 kg

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raw, machined, heat
and surface treated

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in lot sizes from 25 pieces
to large-scale production