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On March 17th, 1934 Friedrich Wilhelm Schwing established a company in the heart of Germany's most important industrial area, the Ruhr Valley. SCHWING products quickly found customers in the mining industry, in road construction, in civil engineering and in construction.
When post-war reconstruction began in 1945, a great challenge was placed on the building industry and on the manufacturers of construction machinery. And F. W. Schwing and his company rose to the challenge, developing several types of machinery some of which are today still state of the art. Among them, hoists and elevators, mobile tower cranes, universal crawler cranes, hydraulic excavators and the inevitable concrete and mortar mixing machines.
Almost simultaneously the Stetter company was founded in Memmingen, Bavaria. The company specialized from earliest times in manufacturing concrete mixing machines.

At the beginning of the 50s, concrete commenced its unstoppable move into the construction world. As is now well known, SCHWING made construction machine history in 1957 with the introduction of the first oil-hydraulic double-cylinder pump. How revolutionary this technological development was, can be confirmed by the fact that this construction principle has been taken over by almost all of today's manufacturers.
In 1958 Stetter started a new era of ready-mixed concrete with its first truck mixer. Two years later with the development of filling stations for truck mixers. And in 1964, Stetter was already producing concrete batching plants with considerable capacities.
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In 1965 SCHWING put the first truck-mounted concrete pump on the market, and upgraded it three years later by adding a placing boom. In 1973 SCHWING was already building truck-mounted concrete pumps with 45 m booms that were far ahead of their time.

In the same year, SCHWING's newly created product division Industrial and Environmental Technology took up the series production of sludge pumps developed especially for industrial application. Schwing became world leaders very soon for Dewatered Sludge Pumping and storage (sliding Frame Silo) in Municipal and Industrial market. The famous Schwing Poppet Valve Sludge Pump became the dewatered sludge pumping world standard at the same time.
Stetter also started activities in the field of environmental protection building the first concrete recycling plant in 1976.

The constantly growing demand for SCHWING/Stetter products could of course only be satisfied with an appropriate production and distributing organisation and a global service network. Market and customer oriented, Gerhard Schwing succeeded in creating today's SCHWING Group.
SCHWING subsidiaries (chronologically according to establishment):

1971 - SCHWING GmbH, St. Stefan, Austria µʥʫʩάӢ˾
1974 - SCHWING Hydraulik Elektronik GmbH, Herne, GermanyʩάӢҺѹӹ˾
1974 - SCHWING America, Inc., White Bear Lake, Minnesota, USAʩάӢ˾
1976 - SCHWING Equipamentos Industriais Ltda., Sao Paulo, Brazil
1982 - Take-over of Stetter GmbH, Memmingen, Germanyӹʩ´﹫˾
1982 - SCHWING-Stetter S.A., Souffelweyersheim, FranceʩάӢ˾
1982 - SCHWING-Stetter B.V., Raamsdonksveer, NetherlandsʩάӢ˾
1982 - SCHWING-Stetter Baumaschinen Ges.mbH, Vienna, AustriaµάҲʩάӢ˾
1993 - Puschkiner Baumaschinenwerk, St. Petersburg, RussiaʩάӢ˾
1993 - SCHWING-Stetter Ostrava s.r.o., Ostrava, Czech RepublicݿʩάӢ˾
1994 - SCHWING Shanghai Machinery Company Ltd., Shanghai, ChinaйϺʩάӢе޹˾
1997 - SCHWING GmbH Korea, Seoul, KoreaʩάӢ˾
1998 - M/S SCHWING-Stetter India Pvt. Ltd., Channai, IndiaӡʩάӢ˾
1999 - SCHWING-Stetter Skandinavien AB, Mölndal, SwedenʩάӢ˾

(All subsidiaries marked green are at the same time production plants of the SCHWING Group)ɫбֹ˾ͬʱΪʩάӢ
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