For many companies, being a technological leader in tube and forming technology would be reason enough to be content. At Kauth Group, it's a source of motivation. In the same way that Friedrich Kauth developed tube technology in cooperation with a major car manufacturer, we too are working consistently to develop innovative fixture solutions. Solutions that will make your products more efficient, safer and provide greater performance.
"Being a family-run company means that when things get tight, the boss also puts on a pair of overalls and starts working on the machines. And that's exactly what we do."
Christian Kauth, Managing Director
In co-shaping the technological change within the metal processing industry, we rely on one constant: our pioneering spirit. Although much has changed since the company was first established in 1928, our passion for innovation has remained the same. We have also stayed true to our conviction of operating as a family-run company – that means Kauth Group not only takes its responsibilities vis-à-vis employees seriously, but also its social and environmental responsibilities.
On the basis of these intrinsic values, today the company is heading into the future under the guidance of the third Kauth generation and employs over 450 people all united by one aim: to provide you with optimum advice from the initial concept stage right through to the end product in order to produce the best possible solution.
Kauth Group sees itself not only as a business, but as an active member of society. As a consequence, we provide support for numerous sports, educational and cultural projects. These projects include our partnerships with the handball club HBW Balingen-Weilstetten, the Schwenningen-based Wildwings ice hockey club as well as other local sports clubs.
In addition, Kauth Group also sponsors regional school projects and works in close cooperation with Furtwangen University and the Tuttlingen campus. Cultural aspects are also important to us: along with the Denkinger Albabtrieb festival, we also sponsor the 'Fasnacht' carnival, numerous customs and traditions in Spaichingen and Denkingen as well as many other cultural associations.