Our History

2021: GEWO Feinmechanik GmbH employs almost 500 highly qualified employees including 80 apprentices and trainees
Development and planning of new buildings to expand the existing company location 2022/2023 at Hörlkofen

2020: The founders Marianne and Georg Woitzik withdraw from the operative business
Management of the family owned enterprise is continued by the sons Stefan and Andreas Woitzik

2019: Purchase of 69.000m² land for expansion reasons in order to secure the company location Hörlkofen

2016: Establishment of the new business area GEWO 3D, including development, marketing and sales of 3D printers for all industry applications

2014: Completion of offices at the new plant and purchase of already 7 milling machines
Since June 2014 Andreas Woitzik is director together with his brother Stefan Woitzik
Increase of our workforce up to 281 employees

2013: Our distribution, assembly, construction and our dust-free-rooms moved to plant 2
Commissioning of the largest machine in the company GEWO – the DMC210U, our innovative 5-Axis milling Center with a 5-Port pallets Station
We currently employ 250 people

2012: The new building of the second factory is full in progress
Relocation of the milling area, measuring machines and master offices to our new plant end of 2012
Currently we engage 215 employees

2011: 30-years company anniversary
Fusion of the three existing companies to GEWO Feinmechanik GmbH – the brand name H.Hölzel remains unchanged
Mr. Stefan Woitzik joins the management

2010: Take over of the company Richard Staab GmbH & Co. including all employees

2009: TÜV certification: DIN ISO 9001:2008
The currently effective area comprises 6.500 m²
GEWO counts 130 employees

2008: Building of a new production hall with 1.400 m² effective area and a new 200m² high-tech cleanroom

2007: Purchase of 25.000 m² land for a parking area and future expansion plans

2006: Building of hall 4 with extra 500 m² effective area

2004: Expansion of the milling department with the machine Matec 30P to produce huge components with a size of 3×3 metres

2000: Andreas Woitzik, the second son, joins GEWO
The number of employees is increasing to actually 70 people

1994: Gewo Feinmechanik GmbH takes over the laboratory equipment company H.Hölzel with 15 employees to attain a second main pillar with own products
Stefan Woitzik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woitzik joins the company

1989: Expansion of production hall to achieve a bigger material stock size and shorter manufacturing times

1986: Purchase of 3.100 m² land to build a production hall counting 1.100 m² effective area in Hörlkofen near Erding

1982: The first trainee begins his apprenticeship at GEWO Feinmechanik GmbH

1981: Company foundation by Mr. Georg Woitzik and Mrs. Marianne Woitzik
Siemens and Agfa are already customers

Since 1982, many trainees have completed their vocational training and are fully qualified.
A high percentage is still working for GEWO as skilled labor precision mechanic, master craftsmen or head of a department.