GMC-I Messtechnik GmbH is transformed into Gossen Metrawatt GmbH.
Relocation of our manufacturing company, MTP Messtechnik Produktions GmbH, to the new premises at the Nuremberg freight port and optimization of the production processes.
GMC-I Service GmbH generates additional service capacity by moving to the Grundig site.
Acquisition of Kurth Electronic GmbH, a measuring technology specialist in the field of telecommunications founded in 1977.
Acquisition of the Seaward Group, manufacturers of electric measuring and test instruments for testing the safety of technical equipment, for testing medical devices and for testing in the field of renewable energy sources.
The new company is a specialist in the development and production of current clamps and Rogowski coils.
Acquisition of the GPT Group which consists of Dranetz as a market leader in the field of power quality and power analysis founded in 1962, as well as Electrotek Concepts and Daytronic.
New investment companies laid the foundation for future growth.
Merger of the companies Gossen and Metrawatt, which belonged to the Röchling Group, to Gossen Metrawatt GmbH. A further Röchling subsidiary, namely Camille Bauer, was also added to the group.
Takeover of ABB Metrawatt GmbH by the Röchling Group and rebranding to Metrawatt GmbH.
The Röchling Group acquires Paul Gossen GmbH from Bergmann EW AG, a holding company of Siemens AG.
Acquisition of Camille Bauer Messinstrumente AG by the Röchling Group, Mannheim.
Construction of the new shipping facility. Bergmann AG acquires the remaining 30% of GOSSEN GmbH from Siemens & Halske AG.
Transfer of shares to Siemens & Halske AG, Munich (30%) and Bergmann EW AG, Berlin (70%).
Conversion of the residential and commercial building at Nürnberger Straße 47, which was acquired in 1954, into a workshop and office building.
Construction of the “Tippa” factory in Glückstraße (production of the compact “Tippa” typewriter).
Founding of Matter, Patocchi & Co. AG which later becomes Camille Bauer AG.
Changeover to production of measuring instruments for army, air force and navy.
Relocation to the factory building purchased at Sedanstraße 20 in Erlangen.
Rebranding from Dr. Siegfried Guggenheimer AG to Metrawatt AG.
Founded by engineer Paul Gossen, who was 46 years old at the time. The purpose of the company with headquarters in Baiersdorf was to manufacture and sell electric measuring instruments. The company consisted of a workshop and a manufacturing plant with just 3 employees (Willi Bachmann, Wilhelm Striegel and Andreas Link).
Dr. Siegfried Guggenheimer founded a company under his own name for production and sales of electric measuring instruments.