ING. GERT NOCKEMANN - SINCE 1958
1958: FOUNDING BY ING. GERT NOCKEMAN
In the year of its foundation, the company's business was purely machine repair. In particular repairs of rolling-mill machines, especially machines from the hydraulic sector, were the initial focus of engineer Gert Nockemann. This initially relatively small company later developed into a general mechanical engineering company, which attracted attention early on with its special developments, such as the construction of the world's first mobile automobile scrap press in 1966.
The next stage consisted of the conversion and simultaneous expansion of the mechanical engineering programme towards concrete block production machines. These productions were often followed by outdoor assembly, for which special assembly equipment had to be provided - the foundation for the development towards "industrial assembly" was laid during this time.
1999: HANDOVER TO THE NEXT GENERATION
Hermann und Ina Bauschulte have been successfully running the company since it was passed on to them on 01.07.1999.
Customers from the steel, electrical, paper, plastics and foodstuffs industries make use of the versatile experience that guarantees the rapid and successful completion of a wide range of projects.
Extraordinary challenges such as the relocation of the Essen Ruhr Museum are also among the projects of this time.
2013: THE 3RD GENERATION GETS ON BOARD…
After successfully graduating from the University of Aachen, the eldest son Dipl.- Ing. Daniel Bauschulte now also complements the company with his successful entry into the sector of the glass industry.