The Company starts the construction of a new workshop larger than 3500 m2 in its Sestao plant, where a new lathe will be installed to machine rings up to 11 meters Ø.
2019 - 2020
The agreement for the expansion of 7.000 m² of Euskalforging Group Sestao Site has been signed between The Bizkaia Provincial Council, The Sestao Townhall and Euskalforging Group.
2017 - 2018
The company retrofits the 10.000 tonne press located at Sestao plant, giving it more height, which allows a light of 5.250 mm between the upper table and the lower table. The company installs an additional vertical lathe for machining and drilling rings up to Ø 10.000 mm.
The company concludes its investment to offer heat-treated and machined rolled rings up to Ø 10,000 mm and an input weight up to 80,000 kg.
2014 - 2015
The company acquires workshops (3,500 m²) and industrial land (1,750 m²) to expand its business at the Sestao plant.
The company embarks on an ambitious investment project to offer rolled rings up to Ø 10,000 mm and an input weight up to 80,000 kg. This investment project enables the company to purchase a RAW SMS-Thyssen Wagner 1000/1000 ring rolling machine (called Ring Rolling Machine no. 5), a new heat treatment furnace, manipulators, two lathes and a cutting saw.
The company acquires a gear cutting machine for rings up to Ø 8,000 mm.
The company acquires six lathes and a drilling machine for machining rolled rings for bearings up to Ø 4,000 mm.
2008 - 2009
The company expands its machining offering at its Mungia plant, acquiring 2,000 m² of workshops and installing a lathe, a drilling machine, a gear cutting machine, an induction hardening machine and a stress relief furnace for gear cutting rings up to Ø 4,200 mm.
The Sestao plant commences its production of rings up to Ø 8,000 mm and an input weight up to 55,000 kg, with 2 heating furnaces, a 10,000 tonne press, a CNC RAW SMS-Thyssen Wagner 500/400 ring rolling machine (currently called Ring Rolling Machine no. 4), two heat treatment furnaces and a machining section comprising two lathes and a drilling machine.
The company acquires the first workshops of what would go on to be its Sestao plant in Bizkaia, beside the port of Bilbao.
The company acquires a CNC RAW SMS-Thyssen Wagner 125/100 ring rolling machine (currently in production and called Ring Rolling Machine no. 2). This ring rolling machine has the capacity to roll rings up to Ø 2,500 mm and an input weight up to 3,000 kg.
The company acquires the axial part of the CNC RAW Thyssen Wagner 400/200 ring rolling machine.
1994 - 1995
The company acquires a CNC RAW Thyssen Wagner 400/200 ring rolling machine (currently in production and called Ring Rolling Machine no. 3), although in this phase it only purchases the radial rolling part. This ring rolling machine has the capacity to roll rings up to Ø 4,500 mm and an input weight up to 10,000 kg.
The company acquires 10,000 m² of workshops and moves to Irura (Gipuzkoa), a mere 2 km from its previous location in Anoeta.
The company replaces the previous ring rolling machine with a CNC RAW Thyssen Wagner 83/60 ring rolling machine (currently in production and called Ring Rolling Machine no. 1). This ring rolling machine has the capacity to roll rings up to Ø 2,000 mm and an input weight up to 2,000 kg.
The company changes its name to Euskal Forging, S.A.
The company acquires the first ring rolling machine for seamless hot-rolled rings: a manual BLUG 60/60 ring rolling machine with a capacity to roll rings up to Ø 1,500 mm and an input weight up to 700 kg.
Grupo Euskal Forging, S.L. is established, and will go on to become the group's leading company.
The company moves to Anoeta (Gipuzkoa) and sets up business in a 1,800 m² workshop.
A new 800 tonne hydraulic press is acquired.
The company moves to the port of Pasajes (Gipuzkoa).
The company is founded in Lezo (Gipuzkoa) to manufacture open die-forged products for the shipbuilding sector with a hydraulic hammer and a press.