THE INDUSTRY SPECIALIST

REISSER-Schraubentechnik is one of Europe's leading stainless steel screw manufacturers. At the Criesbach site, REISSER-Schraubentechnik produces connection elements for customers from industry as well as from the roof, wall and solar sectors. In its own in-house electroplating department, REISSER offers coating solutions for components from a very wide variety of industries. These include the automotive industry, valve technology and mechanical engineering. As a partner to specialist retailers and specialist stores, as well as for the diverse requirements from industry, REISSER always has available over 8,000 different screws and connection elements made of stainless steel, brass, steel, copper as well as special materials and alloys.

Made in Germany
Our production site in Germany offers a quality that is valued worldwide as Made in Germany. Made by REISSER-Schraubentechnik in Germany means: Many years of experience of our specialists, as well as modern machines and systems that ensure high efficiency and constant innovation.

Innovative medium-sized company
Founded in 1921, REISSER screw technology has developed into a specialist in fastening and connection elements with its own production facility. Today, 342 people are working towards the success of the REISSER Group. All production takes place in Germany. The Ingelfingen-Criesbach site covers an area of 39,000 square metres.

Facts

Founded

1921

Part of the Würth Group since 1994

Employees342
Turnover72 mil. EUR (2020)
Managing DirectorsMichael Dartsch, Alexander Kimmerle
ProductionIngelfingen-Criesbach (Germany)
Customer sectorsIndustry, wholesale and specialist retail, the roof, wall and solar sector
Branches

Romania
Reisser Tehnic s.r.l.

Post code: O.P. 13 CP 20
400870 Cluj-Napoca

Phone: +40 264 434 097
Fax: +40 264 434 097
E-mail: reisser@reisser.ro
Internet: www.reisser.ro


Hungary
REISSER Csavar Kft

Vasútállomás Hrsz. 018
2066 Szár

Phone: +36 225 912 20
Fax: +36 225 912 30
E-mail: reisser@reisser.hu
Internet: www.reisser.hu


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