Hall 9 / Booth Number 9-501
The Berger Gruppe builds machines and robot cells for grinding, deburring, sharpening and gear cutting of workpieces and steel strip.
- Surface treatment and finishing
- Punching and deburring technology
- Mechanical processing of castings
- Mechanical and plant engineering
The brands of the Berger Gruppe stand for the highest quality when it comes to processing and finishing metal strips and workpieces such as household or machine knives, cutlery, surgical instruments, tools, castings or forgings.
The focus is on machines for grinding, blasting, polishing and deburring strip steel and workpieces. At the same time, as a robot system house, automation and process integration tasks are solved.
Innovations in the field of robotics and CNC machines for grinding and polishing workpieces, as well as the latest technologies in the field of machining strip edges and surfaces, are trend-setting worldwide when strips and workpieces have to meet high quality standards.
Over the last two decades, under the operational management of Heinz Berger Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG, the Group has grown through the acquisition of five other mechanical engineering companies. These have merged as brands in the Berger Gruppe.
The increase in the number of employees and the expansion of the product range led to a company expansion at the Wuppertal-Cronenberg site. Today, the group employs 185 people on 6,500 m² of production space and 1,500 m² of office space and generates an annual turnover of around €25 million.
The core product range consists of around 250 CNC-controlled machine types and over 900 robot integrations.
Between 70 and 110 machine systems are built each year. The Group has been a robot system partner of ABB and KUKA for several years. Around 40 robots for automation and workpiece guidance are used in the construction of the systems every year. In total, more than 900 robot applications have been realized since 1998.
The company has received numerous awards for its achievements, such as the Robotics Award at the Hannover Messe in 2018 and the ife Award in 2021.
Robot deburring cells | Fettling | Deburring of cast and forged parts