• 1979-1980

    Construction works of the foundry begin

  • MMG Automation Works starts a new investment foundry in Bicske, equipped with up-to-date machinery and technology

  • 1986

    Robotization of shelling process

  • First cooperation agreement with German alloy steel producer Schmidt + Clemens Group

  • 1993

    In the course of privatization Schmidt + Clemens takes over the foundry from MMG AW; MAGYARMET becomes a member of the “Cast Technology” division

  • Market expansion, increased number of business contacts, widening of the product and alloy range, start of production of parts for petrochemical application

  • 2003

    The Hungarian management takes over the foundry from S+C

  • MAGYARMET starts modern CNC mechanical machining shop, thus enabling higher level of service – delivery of ready-to-assemble parts

  • 2010

    Vehicle industry – producing high-speed railway break parts for Knorr-Bremse group

  • Producing 43 kg castings for Chinn Ltd. from New Zealand

  • 2012

    MAGYARMET is the exclusive Hungarian supplier of special castings for Grundfos

  • Producing 30 kg components made of duplex-steel for wind turbines to provide energy-supply of the London Olympics – Innovation Grand Prize (The Hungarian Association of Innovation)

  • 2014

    Rapid prototyping that enables for the customer to get ready-to-assemble part within two weeks

  • Automotive industry – serial production for BMW group

  • 2016

    Art casting - Among several art projects the world-famous British artist, Tony Cragg's sculptures are being prduced at MAGYARMET with rapid prototyping