As a long-term partner of the agricultural and construction machinery industries, HÖRMANN Automotive St. Wendel GmbH develops, produces and delivers high-quality pressed components, which we also join and assemble to form ready-to-install modules, to all renowned manufacturers. The location is primarily specialised in the production of large flap systems and hot-formed pressed parts. Products for very special requirements are designed to suit the needs of our customers.
Components, modules and systems for the agricultural machinery industry
The employees produce top-quality components for agricultural machinery using state-of-the-art technologies and processes. Besides the usual bare or galvanised deep drawing steels, the employees are similarly experts when it comes to stainless steels, copper and aluminium. Sheet thicknesses of between 0.5 mm and 3 mm are formed as what are known as fine sheets. The wings for tractors and side trim parts for harvesting machines and tractors are given here as examples. Furthermore, thick plates of up to max. 8 mm are formed on presses with a pressing force of up to 16,000 kN into, for example, pedal levers, feed hoppers for harvesting machines or shields for exhaust systems.
Welded parts are produced via manual or automated processes in the plant; these include outer skin panels for harvesting machines or steel bumpers for trucks as well as the basic pressed parts for the production of cabs for various agricultural commercial vehicles. Robot-automated press lines, state-of-the-art laser technology and CNC milling machines are used here in production.
Overall, HÖRMANN Automotive in St. Wendel produces around 300 different products for a total of 25 different customers from the field of agricultural and construction machinery and delivers directly worldwide. Our aspiration is excellence in development, production and logistics. With expertise and passion, the employees design products that combine all the advantages of design and function. All renowned, globally active agricultural machinery manufacturers benefit from this knowledge in cooperation based on partnership.