September 6, 2019
Nedschroef Beckingen, an affiliate of the leading Dutch automotive supplier Nedschroef, celebrates its 150th birthday on 7 September 2019. Founded in 1869 as a factory for small hardware in Beckingen, Nedschroef Beckingen is now, after an eventful history, a recognised manufacturer of fasteners.
August 19, 2019
Dr. Sckuhr will take this position per 1st of September 2019 and will succeed Dr. Mathias Hüttenrauch, who will remain liaised with the company as an advisor to the Board of Directors until 31st of December 2019.
July 31, 2019
Today, Nedschroef announces that Dr. Mathias Hüttenrauch, CEO of Nedschroef, will resign from his current position per 1st of September 2019 to explore his new career development.
July 4, 2019
When thinking about Nedschroef, one word comes into mind: connections. And that has been true for more than 125 years. Dr. Mathias Hüttenrauch, CEO of Nedschroef, underlined in his speech on the occasion of Nedschroef’s 125 anniversary celebration that technical connections, connections with customers and partners as well as connections with people are the basis of Nedschroef’s success, today and in the future.
January 1, 2019
This year, it’s exactly 125 years ago that Nedschroef was established by Dutch entrepreneur and founder Hendrik van Thiel. Back in 1894, it was still a family business producing rivets for the shipbuilding industry. Over the course of time, it gradually started shifting the supply of its fasteners to car manufacturers.
April 12, 2018
Nedschroef Machinery will introduce a new concept called smart forming to the fixing and fastening industry at Wire 2018, 16-20 April in Düsseldorf, Germany. Smart forming brings more flexibility, intelligence and efficiency to the production of cold and warm formed metal parts, allowing manufacturers to create more complex and more functional products faster.
March 28, 2018
As Nedschroef’s global footprint grows, so does its headquarters. The company, a leading automotive fasteners supplier in Europe, opened its newly expanded headquarters in Helmond, the Netherlands, to an audience of 150 local dignitaries and representatives of the global automotive industry.
January 15, 2018
The Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), governing body for motor sport worldwide, has approved CP Tech, a Nedschroef company, as the first supplier of the newly developed HALO cockpit protection system, which is mandatory in Formula 1 and Formula 2 for season 2018 to improve driver safety.
June 26, 2017
With the acquisition, Nedschroef intends to further develop from a specialist manufacturer of fasteners to a high-end engineering company capable of engaging in the development of early-stage automotive projects working jointly with OEMs.