• Bomag MPH 121Bomag Compactor Type: Limited liability company; Industry: Mechanical engineering; Founded: 1957; Headquarters: Boppard, Germany; Total assets: 830 million Euro
    turnover by the BOMAG Group; Number of employees: About 2800 employees worldwide Company history BOMAG was founded in 1957 by Karl Heinz Schwamborn in Boppard.

  • Four years later a further 10,000 metre squared were developed for assembly, testing and painting heavy machinery.

  • Koehring sold its interest in BOMAG in 2001 to the American company SPX Corporation,[5] which in turn sold the company again in 2005 to the French corporate group Fayat.

  • In 1982 production and steel engineering operations on the 7,000 metre squared site were expanded.

  • With around 1200 employees (as of 2010) in Boppard, the company is one of the largest employers in the region.


Works Cited

[“1. Der Tiefbau (in German). 1970. pp. 1024–. Karl H. Schwamborn. geschäftsführender Gesellschafter der Bomag. wird eine wesentliche Beteiligung an Koehring … Kreis Biedenkopf/Lahn, studierte er von 1952 bis 1957 Maschinenbau an der Technischen Hochschule
in Darmstadt.
2. ^ New Civil Engineer. T. Telford. 1976. pp. 25–. Bomag’s compact compactor Bomag, market leader in the UK for double drum vibrating rollers, is breaking into the … vibratory field and around 50,000 units have been sold since Karl
Heinz Schwamborn formed the company in 1957.
3. ^ 10-K Transcript. 1975. pp. 237–. Mr. Schwamborn was the President of Bopparder Maschlnenbaugeeellschaft mbH (BOMAG) of Boppard, West Germany, a company he founded in 1957 until its acquisition by
registrant in 1970. He continued as President of Bomag until its …
4. ^ Der Tiefbau (in German). Vol. 11. 1969. pp. 1097–. So bezog die Bomag im Frühjahr 1969 im Industriegelände Boppard-Hellerwald neue Fertigungshallen und ein neues Verwaltungsgebäude.
Der Neubau war erforderlich geworden, um die Produktion der ständig ansteigenden Nachfrage …
5. ^ Mergent International Manual. Vol. 1. Mergent. 2001. pp. 2770–.
6. ^ Engineering News-record. 17-23. Vol. 253. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company.
2004. pp. 7–. SPX Sells Bomag and Hypac While Ingersoll-Rand Sells Dresser Publicly owned SPX Corp., Charlotte, N.C., has agreed to sell its premium- priced Bomag and Hypac brands of road- building machinery to privately owned Fayat …
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