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The history of Wacker began when, in 1848, Johann Christian Wacker opened a blacksmith shop in Dresden. Then, new generations of the family strengthened and expanded their business by creating new products.
The peak of this development occurred in 1930.
It was then that the company revolutionized the technology of compaction of soils and concrete. After all, it put its first vibrators on the market. These are vibrating vibrators and vibrators.
The result of the improvement was the company's growing capitalization from year to year. That's how in the 1950s the company entered the international market and opened new businesses around the world.
The company also entered the US market when, in 1957, it opened a sales and production office in Hartford, Wisconsin. Then she launched a modernized production facility at Milwaukee. On its basis, the North American headquarters of Wacker Neuson Corporation was established. The company opened four enterprises in Germany.
Simultaneously in the last century similar manufacturing enterprises are being created: Weidemann, Kramer, Neuson.
So, Weidemann has made significant progress in the technology for garden and landscape construction, in the production of wheel loaders. With this product the company enters the international market. In 2005 Wacker buys Weidemann.
Neuson specializes in the development of hydraulic equipment. Own development allows you to produce a variety of units, nodes, hydraulic systems. The main direction of Neuson is the manufacture and sale of dumper, that is, dump trucks, and mini excavators
The Kramer company was founded in 1925 by the Kramer brothers. It very quickly became the leader in the production of tractors.
The market produces 100 thousand tractors under the brand Kramer. In the seventies of the last century, there is a reorientation. The company has focused on compact construction equipment.
Great success came to the company with the release of four-wheel loaders.
In 1993, Kramer began to sell a wheel loader with a telescopic lift. The companies Neuson and Kramer merged in 2001.