WASSERMANN TECHNOLOGIE has nearly 50 years of experience in the mechanical engineering sector. We have had successful relationships with a lot of our customers spanning several decades. The company was founded in 1969 in Eichenzell under the name of HPI by Valentin Hargesheimer and Helmut Wassermann, father of the current managing director Sebastian Wassermann.

In 1976 the company moved into its first own factory building in the Rhön industrial park in Eichenzell and introduced its CNC technology. Three years later the company began offering industrial apprenticeships for the first time. The company kept growing and therefore extended its production areas at its site in Eichenzell in several stages in 1980, 1985, 1989, 1994, 2001, 2007, and by means of the biggest step to date in 2012.

Running in parallel with this the company extended its field of expertise: In 1980 the system manufacturing of vacuum technology was commenced, in 1985 cam production was introduced. In 1994 the quality management system was introduced according to DIN EN ISO, in 1999 WASSERMANN developed the first tool changer, and tool automation was also launched. The Wassermann family became the sole shareholder in 2004 and renamed the company WASSERMANN TECHNOLOGIE GmbH in 2013. The company currently has a workforce more than 200 employees.