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1958
Dipl.-Ing Karl Schlecht founded the company KS-Maschinenbau for building plastering machines.
1961
Construction of the first section of Factory I in Filderstadt - near Stuttgart Airport.
1963
New name: "Putzmeister" - for master plastering.
1964
Founding of branches in Munich, Rhine - Ruhr, Hamburg.
1965
Manufacture of Gypsomat, the first automatic and continously working plaster machine in the world for gypsum plaster, revolutionising the plastering technique.
1966
First series of Mixokret floorscreed pumps launched.
1968
Production of PM concrete pumps with 2 m stroke commenced. 
1969
In 1969 we already started to make leaflets for our concrete pump customers, as shown in this leaflet PUMPBETON. Brochure 'Concrete Pump' from 1969
1971
Opening of production plant in Aichtal. 1,000th concrete pump delivered (1971). First series of Elephant transfer tube pumps - patented worldwide.
1972
20,000th plastering machine sold. All branch offices in their own premises. 
1974
Putzmeister France, Epinay near Paris, move to their own premises. Further subsidiaries (production / sales) opened in Italy, Spain, Great Britain and Brazil.
1976
Development of the P 11 worm pump with variable output and fully hydraulic drive.
1977
High-rise concrete pumping world record - 310 m at the Post Office Tower in Frankfort, Main. Commencement of industrial pump manufacture as a third major product group.
1978
World record: concrete pumped to a height of 340 m over a total distance of 600 m in the St. Gotthard Tunnel (Switzerland).
1980
Establishment of the 4th product group: Tunnel Machines.
1982
Delivery of the largest concrete pump in the world, almost 50 m boom height with 150 m³/h output capacity. The company Thomsen (US) taken over as "Putzmeister America".
1983
Another pioneer achievement - the "Shotcrete Buffalo". The largest wet shotcrete pump in the world.
1985
Concrete pumping world record: 432 m pumping height in the Spanish power station tunnel.
1986
Delivery of the largest concrete pump in the world with 62 m boom. PM concrete pumps are the pumps sold the most in the whole world.
1987
Delivery of the 5,000th PM Elephant. Putzmeister concrete pumps with special radiation protection whilst encapsulating Chernobyl reactor. With the introduction of the worm pump S 5 (with plate- or continous mixer) Putzmeister presents its new concept of modular built machine-components.
1988
Eurotunnel equipped with electrically - controlled Putzmeister concreting, injection and mucking pumps.
1989
Take-over of Wibau / Scheele, Rothenbergen, Germany. Start of asphalt sector. Putzmeister high-pressure concrete-pumps TTS 14000 set new standards in 1.520m long-distance pumping with the construction of the Chiemsee-tunnel.
1990
Foundation of "Putzmeister Halle". Service supporting point near Leipzig airport for the new Federal states.
1992
Joint venture company Putzmeister Japan founded after selling PM equipment in Japan since 1964. Introduction of the MSx - a mixer-pump whitch can be taken apart for indoor- and outdoor plasters.
1993
Foundation of "Putzmeister Racine", second branch in the US.
1994
World record: 532 m high - rise concrete conveying at the power station "Riva del Garda", Italy. Foundation of the "Putzmeister Berlin" branch in Berlin / Basdorf.
1995
Putzmeister Mörtelmaschinen is becoming an independent sector in the new Putzmeister-building.
1996
Opening of the 3rd Putzmeister manufactoring "hub" Putzmeister Shanghai, China. Foundation of 'Putzmeister Gera' branch, the service-base in the new Federal states.
1997
Putzmeister is turning to a joint-stock company. New world record: 2015m pumping distance in Le Refrain / France. Skywash service-robots in service with Lufthansa for outside cleaning of jumbo planes. The MP 25 takes the place of the successful MSx and sets new standards with manageability and mixing-quality.
1998
Putzmeister Japan moves into new premises in the north of Tokyo. The founder of the company - Dipl.-Ing. Karl Schlecht retires from the operative business and becomes chairman of the supervisory Board.
1999
Putzmeister America, Brasil and Spain are enlarging there production capacities, resp. constructing new buidlings. PM systems engineering constructs the KOS 25100, a piston pump for the dredging of lakes and rivers with an output up to 250 m³/h. Delivery of the 1000th Pumi, truckmixer concrete pump.
2000
Construction of the pump storage unit Goldisthal in Thuringia. Most different tunnel concreting and spraying equipment as well as Telebelt in operation. All stationary concrete pumps are available in a super sound-proof version for the use in city centres. In Japain, 3 mammoth double piston pumps type KOS 25200 with output rates up to 500 m³/h are in use at extraction of land.
2001
Presentation of the new M 46 with diagonal substructure TRDI and the new 4 section arm for more flexibility on construction sites. Development of the Ergonic Boom Control (EBC). The pump driver controls now all boom movements with just one joy stick. The new M 36 with Z-folding is introduced on Bauma 2001 in Munich. 
2002
Introduction of the M 58 on substructure TRDV 250 mounted on a 6-axle-chassis for the US market. Development of the MX 39 stationary placing boom without counterweight for deployment in a land recovery project in Japan, likewise an MX 38 without counterweight. Further development of the trailer concrete pump BSA 1002 Multi as an all-round machine for delivering concrete and for synchronised wet concrete spraying. 
2003
Successful market launch of the BSA 702, a machine for delivering fine-grained concrete, self-levelling screed and for wet spray jobs.
Further development of the EOC (Ergonic Output Control) for concrete pumps. Co-operation with the Swiss group SIKA AG and re-development of the former Wetkret WKM now SIKA-PM 500 as a tunnel spray machine. Development of the Autocor (Automatic Concrete placing on Rail) machine for pre-fabricated jobs. Introduction of the new worm pump SP 11 Beliso. The high-pressure pump HSP 25.100 was re-developed for use in the mining sector.
2004
Introduction of further elements in control systems such as the EPS (Ergonic Pump System) and the core pump HLS, a large-volume double-piston pump with a delivery cylinder diameter of 250 mm in truck-mounted concrete pumps. Introduction of the 6-sectioned M 62.
2005
Reorganisation of the Putzmeister AG into 4 business areas Concrete Technology (PCT), Moratr Technology (PMT), Water Technology (PWT) and Industry Technology (PIT). PM gets the order to deliver machines, placing booms and delivery pipelines for the Burj Dubai. For this a new super high pressure pump BSA 14000 SHPD for concrete pressure over 300 bars has to be developed. Introduction of the M 20-4 and the M 42-5. Continued development of the tried and tested Telebelt TB 105 in a new TB 110. Introduction of a PUMI 31.89 S, a PUMI with a placing boom of 31m. Development of the Triplex pump of the conveying of mineral raw materials.
2006
Relocation of the growing Putzmeister Russia into larger premises in the north of Moscow. Foundation of the new representation office in Dubai. Acquisition of Strobl Beschichtungstechnik GmbH in Biberach, Germany as an addition to the product program with all products to cover the specific requirements of the painting and decorating trade. Additional product developments such as hot water high pressure trailers for up to 2,800 bar and aggregates up to 250 HP were launched. Putzmeister acquires delivery line manufacturer Esser.
2007
Putzmeister AG gained the Bauma Innovation Award 2007 of the German construction industry in 2 categories. Putzmeister-founder Karl Schlecht was awarded with the Karlsruhe Innovation Award of the "Institute for Technology and Management in Construction". Acquisition of Allentown Equipment, a manufacturer of wet and dry process Shotcrete equipment for the refractory, pool, underground, repair and new construction industries, situated in Allentown PA, USA.
2008
From February 21st, 2008 Putzmeister AG has changed it's corporate form into Putzmeister Concrete Pumps GmbH.


 

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