Johannes Thomas Grohe, son of Hans Grohe, founds the Automatendreherei Johannes Thomas Grohe in Alpirsbach Klostermühle for the contract manufacturing of brass turned parts for the Hans Grohe company.
Changeover from contract manufacturing to made-to-order production.
Everything is up in flames. Even twice. Machinery and premises are completely destroyed.
In January 1990, Oliver Grohe. takes over the company.
Move into the new production hall in Betzweiler with 1,500 m² of production space.
First CNC lathe. The move into CNC turning technology begins.
Certification according to DIN ISO 9001.
Conversion of Grohe Präzision into a public limited company (in German: AG). Board of Directors appoints Oliver Grohe.
Expansion by 1200 m² to include a new production and storage hall.
New construction of an office, training and staff building with approx. 800 m².
Completion of the new chip disposal system for new non-ferrous metals.
GROHE Präzision AG becomes GROHE Technology AG. The production and storage areas are increased to 5,500 m² erhöht.
GROHE Technology AG celebrates its 50th anniversary with 60 employees who produce 29 million parts annually via 3-shift operation.
GROHE Technology AG expands its production and administration areas a further time to a total of 20,000 m².
GROHE Technology AG processes further materials and expands its product portfolio to include the “milling” division and expansion of the machine park CNC lathes with automation.
Commissioning of the PV system 750.0 kWp, own consumption share 80.0%. GROHE Technology AG becomes GROHE Technology GmbH.
GROHE Technology employs 100 people, processes around 3,500 tonnes of metal a year and produces 35 million turned and milled parts.