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Road pavers from Germany
Joseph Vögele AG is a renowned mechanical engineering company that was founded in Mannheim in 1836 by its namesake. Today, the company is headquartered in Ludwigshafen am Rhein. One year before the company was founded, the first German railroad began operating between Nuremberg and Fürth. Joseph Vögele AG succeeded in becoming an important supplier of shunting equipment and switches. The company was able to grow rapidly together with Deutsche Eisenbahn. Parallel to the rail network, the road network was expanded at that time. From 1925 onwards, the mechanical engineering company shifted its products more and more to road construction. In 1928 and 1929, Joseph Vögele AG's first road paver, a towed spreader, went into production and a new era in the company's history began.
Road construction and traffic volumes grew rapidly, and the engineers at Joseph Vögele AG designed the used soil mortar pavers, asphalt pavers and concrete paving trains. The SUPER 100 paver with electric screed heating and with floating screeds, launched in 1956, was a great success. After 1945, the company also succeeded in taking over the lubrication pump division from Bosch, the Stuttgart-based machine manufacturer. For this purpose, a separate plant was established in Hockenheim in 1960, which was sold to Willy Vogel AG in 1999. As early as 1996, the internationally active WIRTGEN GROUP, headquartered in Windhagen in Rhineland-Palatinate, had taken over the majority of Joseph Vögele AG. In addition to Joseph Vögele AG, WIRTGEN GROUP also includes the mechanical engineering companies Hamm AG, Kleemann GmbH and Benninghoven GmbH & Co. KG. WIRTGEN GROUP was acquired by John Deer & Company in 2017 for $4.4 billion.
Production of Joseph Vögele AG's smallest road paver had been outsourced to Slovenia before WIRTGEN GROUP took over. In 2004, the company succeeded in bringing production back to Mannheim. In the following years, around 800 employees were able to generate considerable sales in the three-digit million range with the production of the remaining road paver. In 2010, the company relocated again from Mannheim to Ludwigshafen. Today, VÖGELE AG's core products include the world's largest road paver SUPER 3000-3i with wheel and track drive, so-called feeders of the POWER FEEDER product series, and screeds.
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