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Innovation and precision for some 40 years.

Presses in motion – That is the motto of Georg Maschinentechnik GmbH & Co. KG from Neitersen in the Westerwald. We move our customers' presses with our fast reacting, proficient retrofit and service. We also move ourselves and develop new hydraulic and mechanical presses as well as automation. Our most recent achievement has been a pioneering modular press series with a patented knuckle joint drive. With a tradition dating back to 1925, when founder Karl Georg built his first agricultural trailer, motion has been central to Georg. Situated on the edge of southern Westphalia, one of the economically strongest engineering regions in Germany, metal is at the heart of Georg Maschinentechnik. The innovative heavy duty machinery engineering for the steel industry from the River Sieg to the Ruhr district has made an indelible mark on Georg: our machines are renowned for their durability and suitability for harsh operating environments.

We manufactured our first press in 1959. Since then, innumerable presses and machines around the world have been producing top quality parts with very high plant availability in large groups, family-owned operations and SMEs. Our employees' experience and their long time they work for the company (most of them have been with us for decades) are supplemented by an innovative operating climate and a high trainee ratio. We are often the first in line for state-of-the-art development. We cultivate out-of-the-box thinking and take pleasure in what is new. This includes our participation in Siemens S7 Safety in 2004 or our involvement with Industry 4.0 / Internet of Things IoT since 2014.

We are proud that we as a team are able to implement a very high internal production depth on a hall area of more than 6,300 sqm. Our own employees do great work in particular in case of unplanned machine downtimes and cyclic maintenance during summer or winter standstill, as well as typical peaks in volatile machine building.

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Our sales and service partners represent us in many countries. We are available to customers as a competent and reliable partner. Our problem solutions know no geographical limits. We have implemented internationality since the early 1960s.


Our company's roots are in Germany – this is where the innovations "Made in Germany" are created that have made Georg known as a press manufacturer and automation specialist. Neitersen is a highly industrialised municipality near the exit 36 from the A3 between Cologne and Frankfurt. This customer and service proximity is an important benefit for a strong regional position at the centre of Germany. The proximity to the large airports of Frankfurt and Cologne facilitate international connection.


Mission - Georg Maschinentechnik is a globally active engineering company with a claim to high quality. We specialise in mechanical and hydraulic presses, producing special-purpose machinery for niche markets as well as the equivalent process automation systems. In this field, Georg masters its customers‘ processes including part development and die making.

Vision - Georg Maschinentechnik targets continuous organic growth in turnover and profit, and aims to be recognised in a global market as a high value press manufacturer and service partner, thanks to new developments in its machines.


nternal mechanical manufacturing enables Georg to adjust quickly and flexibly to customer needs. CNC-controlled machine tools that are continually reviewed for machine capability manufacture highly precise parts at different piece weights from carbide punches to press stands. The presses and automations are built and taken into operation in our assembly halls with a press pit each and the corresponding cranes, offering a carrying capacity of up to 64 t.


The history of Georg Maschinentechnik reaches back to the company initially known as Karl Georg. Karl Georg was founded in 1925 in Neitersen. The first presses were manufactured in 1959 to meet the company's own needs. This division expanded rapidly. The first machines were successfully taken into operation outside Germany as early as 1962. Some of those very early machines are still being used. They are the best references for the longevity of machines of the Georg brand.