• Moving to today’s company premises

    Acquisition of the approx. 5,000 m² large premises. First of all Arthur Loibl Senior has a large, long production hall built to which an office building and more factory halls are added later.

  • Offspring

    Arthur Loibl Jr. joins the company.

  • Further expansion of the premises

    The company grows rapidly and necessitates the construction of new production halls and of an office building. For this reason, the first own paint shop and surface treatment is built.

  • Extension

    Acquisition of another 5,000 m² of premises. Hall extension with a new turning shop, paint shop, a pickling center and a new warehouse as well as expansion of the new machinery.

  • New Building

    Despite of the economic crisis the order volume is characterized by growth. The company begins with the annex of the 5,500 m² large final assembly shop on the premises. Additionally, the second own paint shop is built. Meanwhile, the total area of the premises is 15,500 m².

  • Breaking New Ground

    Loibl is taken over by the US-American Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. The company changes its name to Loibl Allen-Sherman-Hoff GmbH and becomes part of a subsidiary of the B&W Group, which has a worldwide reputation for pneumatic conveying systems.

  • Part of the Parent Company

    After several years under the management of the B&W subsidiary Loibl becomes an independent part of the parent company. Loibl A-S-H GmbH changes its name to Babcock & Wilcox Loibl GmbH.

  • Expansion

    Loibl celebrates its 60th anniversary with a new corporate image and despite coronavirus crisis the production areas are expanded by another 2,400 m². The premises cover a total area of approx. 17,900 m².

  • Martin GmbH für Umwelt- und Energietechnik acquires Loibl Förderanlagen GmbH

    Loibl Förderanlagen GmbH becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of Martin GmbH für Umwelt- und Energietechnik.

Lea Pfingsten

Marketing Manager

Tel. +49 9421 / 9256-150
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