Roechling SE & Co. KG.
-The Company specializes in developing and manufacturing engineering plastic systems and components for multiple industrial sectors, including the automotive industry.
-The Company is organized into three divisions:
- Industry Division
- Automotive Division
- Medical Division
-The automotive sector comprised approximately 52% of the Company’s sales in the fiscal year ended December 31, 2016.
-The Company is privately owned by members of the Roechling family.
-Air intake systems with nonwoven filters
-Air intake modules with optimized air flow
-Air intake module with sharp cut raw air stroke for higher performance
-Clean air tubes with resonators
-Post-intercooler flexible ducts
-Intake manifolds with integrated water to air intercooler
-Intake manifolds with variable length adjustment
-Intake manifolds for high performance V10 engine
-Intake manifolds for twin charged gasoline engine
Windshield cowl covers and water drains
-Windshield cowls with soft seals
-Windshield cowls with molded grills
-Windshield cowls with metal grids
Air ducts for climatization
-Blow molded air ducts
-Air distribution systems
-Noise absorbing air ducts
-Degas bottles with level sensors
-Multi-chamber bottles for anti-corrosion
Windshield washer bottles
-Washer bottles with pumps and integrated heating
-Washer bottles with filler plugs
SCR tank systems
-SCR tanks with filling and degas pipe
-Secondary tanks for SCR fluid
-Complete SCR tank systems
Controllable air guides
-Active and passive grille shutter modules
Thermal engine encapsulation
-Engine sideshields and undershields
-Engine encapsulation made from low-weight reinforced thermoplastic insulation materials
-Acoustic covers with foam absorber
-Partition walls with noise dampening characteristics
-Extension dash panels with noise dampening characteristics
-Complete body undershielding
-Rear axle covers
-Integrated underbody using lightweight, high-strength, Stratura material
Wheel arch liners
-Wheel arch liners with aerodynamic speed lips
-Wheel arch liners made from different textile materials
Door and side panels
-Back panels for convertible
-Lower pillar trim
-Pillar trim with grab handles
Trays, sumps, and other structural parts
-Spare wheel trays
-Emergency wheel well
-Trunk lid trim
-Side walls/Pillar trim
-Spring strut covers
Green car systems
-Battery housings and covers
Inductive charging systems
Fuel cell components
-Bipolar plastic sheets
Lightweight structural parts
-Stratura lightweight, high-strength material
|1956||Foundation of Seeber S.r.l. by Willi Seeber in Rentsch, in the Bozen area.|
|1986||Takeover of Seeber S.r.l. by Roechling.|
|1992/93||Acquisition of BASF/Elastogran Kunststofftechnik plant in Worms and Kast group by Roechling.|
|1997/98||Foundation of Seeber AG & Co. KG, Mannheim.|
|2000||Joint Venture Seeber Fastplas in Diadema (SP), Brazil.
New production plant in Trento, Italy.
New engineering office and production facility in Turin, Italy.
|2001||Formation of 3 competence centers for the engine compartment, underbody and interior.
Joint Venture in Changchun, China.
Joint Venture in Araia, Spain.
|2003||New production plant in Worms, Germany.
New production plant in Hattorf, Germany.
|2004||New production plant in Changchun, China.|
|2005||Added the new production plant in Changchun, China.
Seeber Belgium N.V. become 100% subsidiary.
|2014||New production plant in Wackersdorf.|
|2014||New factory in Kunshan, China put into operation.|
|2016||Laid the foundation stone for the new technical center in Worms, Germany.|
|2016||Establishes a joint venture in Japan.|