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hpl-Group

Productivity Solutions for the Metal Industry.

hpl-Neugnadenfelder Maschinenfabrik GmbH is a German engineering company focused on the development and manufacturing of logistics, machining and processing systems for the metal industry. Next to customized and state-of-the-art systems and upgrades for all ferrous and non-ferrous materials, such as steel, stainless steel, coated metals and special metals, we also manufacture standardized line components for an efficient increase of line productivity - 
hpl-Neugnadenfelder is your competent contact along the complete supply chain. 

hpl-Group is part of the Neuenhauser Maschinenbau Group, a family-owned engineering company with more than 2,200 employees, based in Neuenhaus/Germany.

 

Milestones since 2000

2000

1st new 4hi cold rolling mill for stainless steel

2002

1st thin strip slitting line for stainless steel

2003

1st 20-roller mill for stainless steel

2005

1st 4hi reversing mill for copper and brass alloys

2008

1st 2,000 mm wide strip handling system for tailored blanks

2009

1st rolling mill for 700 mm wide magnesium strips

2010

1st slitting line for 12 mm thick and 1,800 mm wide strips

2011

Incoming order for the 40th edge trimming line since 1990

2012

Delivery of the 1st slitting line for 0.02 mm thin strip made of ultra hard stainless steel. The line is running at a strip speed of 600 m/min

2013

Incoming order for the modernization of a 4hi cold rolling mill for copper alloys in cooperation with Mills & more

2015

Customer-oriented expansion of the "After-Sales and Spare Parts" department with a direct connection to the assembly and quality assurance of the hpl-Group

2016

Incoming order for a twin-roll casting plant for the production of magnesium wire

2018

Delivery, commissioning and acceptance of a state-of-the-art 4hi rolling mill

2019

Incoming order for a slitting line for stainless steel foils

2020

Incoming order for the modernization of a 12-roller mill in cooperation with Mills & more

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