TORWEGGE

TORWEGGE Holzbearbeitungsmaschinen GmbH

Manufacturer of systems and special solutions for the production of doors and frames, of plants for the manufacture of compound and lightweight panels, double end tenoner - angle plants for large size, double end tenoner special solutions for woodworking and processing of non-wood materials and gluing systems for solid wood and core composer, based in 32584 Löhne.

  • Member of the HOMAG Group until the end of 2012, closure of the firm afterwards

History

2012

The MOAG - subsidiaries TORWEGGE/ salaries is going to be shut down by the end of 2012.

2006

TORWEGGE starts production of door machining equipment; has about 135 employees, production and office area about 15,500 m².

2004

TORWEGGE Holzbearbeitungsmaschinen GmbH becomes a full member of the Homag Group.

2003

Launch of the TRANS-AIR machine.

2000

TORWEGGE Hüllhorst GmbH Massivholztechnik arises from the company TORWEGGE and Hüllhorst.

1997

Product range: Double end tenoners, delivery systems, finger jointing lines, gluing stations, core composers, floor systems, saws.

1995

TORWEGGE becomes a subsidiary of IMA AG.

1992

Development of double end tenoners for melamine flooring.

1987

Development of the finger jointing line.

1983

New beginning 'TORWEGGE Holztechnik'.

1980

Production program: combination, edge Banding, soft forming, postforming machines; double end tenoner; multi-blade saws; guillotines, core composer, workpiese gluing station

1978

Construction of the first solid wood gluing station.

1975

Development of edge banding with melt adhesive.

1961

Production program: double-sided tenoner and slot machine, sliding table saws , multi-blade circular saws, guillotines, veneer joining machines, veneer splicing machines, core composer

1956

Development of multi-purpose machine 'douple end tenoner'.

1950

Moving to the new factory in Gohfeld

1946

Recommencement with machinery for the furniture industry

1945

Recommencement with agricultural machines and systems

1939-1945

Construction of armor items

1939

Exports to Austria, Italy, France, Belgium, Holland, Scandinavia

1933

Development of multiple rip saws and blockboard core composers.

1924

Beginning the development of special machines for woodworking (double saw, veneer circular saw).

1919

Founded by Franz Torwegge in Bad Oeynhausen as construction and machine fitter's shop.

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TORWEGGE, 2010
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TORWEGGE, 2008

Series

Door leaf processing machine
Double end tenoner
Laminating line for lightweight panels
Double cut-off saw
Finger jointing line
Multirip saw
Lock/hinge processing plant
Blockboard core clamp
Line for door production
Door frame processing machine