S&Ü Hydraulik und Maschinenbau supplies highly complex systems from Europe to Japan

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Where cars and gardening tools usually have their home, real success stories often begin – if you think of global players such as Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Harley-Davidson or Walt Disney. But this American dream with the famous “garage” myth can also be found in the East Westphalian handcraft. More precisely, in the small town of Marienmünster-Löwendorf, where mechanical engineer and current Managing Director Thomas Scherer converted his parents’ garage into a hobby workshop in the early 1990s. Ingenious ideas, a love of inventing, passion and a great deal of perseverance soon turned the hobby into the highly regarded company S&Ü Hydraulik und Maschinenbau GmbH, leading to a success story whose traces can now be found all over the world.

The family-run company, which is based directly on the sharp bend to the Köterberg, has become known above all for its large automatic sawing and splitting machines, of which more than 180 are in use in Europe alone. S&Ü’s credo is: “We turn your idea into a machine”, and the 49 employees work hard every day to achieve this. Because many industries are looking for innovative and customised solutions for special requirements with intelligent control systems and automated processes…

Read the full article on the fascinating craftsmanship at S&Ü on the website of the Höxter-Warburg District Craftsmen’s Association.

(Photo above: Kreishandwerkerschaft Höxter-Warburg /M. Schäfer)