By means of the latest technology as defined in Industrie 4.0 (IoT) and Cloud, we realise the digitisation requirements of our customers and thus will guarantee them a competitive edge in the long term.
A further sales office is opened in Great Britain, which belongs to the branch in Holland (see picture below) and looks after customers and interested parties in Great Britain and Ireland.
After almost 30 years, Andreas Kleimann hands over sole management of the company to his son Gabor Kleimann at the end of June.
A separate subsidiary is founded in the Netherlands. In addition, a separate sales office is set up in Sweden, reporting to the Dutch branch.
Störk-Tronic celebrates its twenty-fifth birthday - a success story, with more than 5000 satisfied customers and sales in more than 100 countries.
A separate subsidiary is founded in France to look after the French speaking market.
Gabor Kleimann joins Störk-Tronic. As joint CEO from 2011, alongside Andreas Kleimann, he also joined the management team.
Establishment of the STAR platform (Störk-Tronic automation and control system). Developments in the medical technology sector gain in significance.
First development with a 32-bit processor. Development of the first 5.7" Commander screen.
Introduction of SMD technology into the production line, initially with two fully automatic fitting machines.
Construction of a separate company building in Stuttgart-Vaihingen. Production and office area 1000 m² in total. Further extensions in subsequent years have brought the area used today up to 2500 m².
Establishment of interface technologies. First LON-based projects. The development of an extensive standard controller program is completed.
Re-forming of Störk-Tronic as a stand-alone, independent company under the leadership of the CEO, Andreas Kleimann. Relocation to Sindelfingen. Total area for production, development, sales, materials management and administration: 500 m².
First customer-specific control systems for commercial kitchen systems and industrial cooling.
Development of a compact controller for use in industrial cooling units.
Foundation of Störk-Tronic in Stuttgart-Vaihingen. Development of a standard temperature controller using 4-bit microprocessors.