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Plant Photo of Schuler Presses in Göppingen, Germany

Schuler Pressen, Göppingen, Germany

Mailing address

Schuler Pressen GmbH
Bahnhofstraße 41
73033 Göppingen, Germany

Tel.: +49 (0) 71 61 / 66-0
Fax: +49 (0) 71 61 / 66-233

Service Mechanical Presses
Tel.: +49 (0) 71 61 / 66-690
Fax: +49 (0) 71 61 / 66-233

How to find us


Norbert Broger, Jochen Früh, Dr. Peter Jost, Johannes Linden, Klaus Linnig, Axel Meyer, Dr. Martin Habert


1839 Establishment of hte company by Louis Schuler as a locksmith's shop
1852 The first sheet metal forming machine tools are manufactured
1924 First development  of auto body panel presses for mass production
1983 Productioin beginns on large panel transfer presses
1990 Market introduction of large panel transfer presses with crossbar transfer
2003 World's first Compact Crossbar Transfer press is delivered
2007 Market introduction of the first Blanking and Forming Presses with ServoDirect technology
2008 Development and installation of the new press systems for the packaging/can-making and household appliance industry
2009 Design/Construction of the first press lines with ServoDirect technology and crossbar feeder automation

Core competencies

Schuler Pressen develops and manufactures advanced mechanical press systems for customers in the automobile industry, their suppliers, the electric motor sector, and the household appliance industry. The product spectrum ranges from transfer presses, to fully-automated press lines, progressive die presses, and tryout presses up to Compact Crossbar Presses. As the leading supplier in the field of coin minting technology, Schuler Pressen also delivers lines to a worldwide customer base for the manufacture of coin blanks, coin minting, and edge processing and decorating of coins and systems for the recycling of coins as well. The product line is rounded out by lines, process technology, and tools/dies for forging as well as equipment for blanking and drawing technology, especially for the manufacture of electric motor laminations and high-volume stampings.