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Your small conveyor specialist

More than 25 years of experience and solid know-how have made Vetter Kleinförderbänder a specialist in conveyor technology. Flexibility and foresight make it possible for us to recognise new application areas at an early stage and meet the challenges of the present and future with high quality standards.

We adapt our products to suit your needs. For this reason, we work closely together with you. We ask the right questions about your use case and stand by your side as an expert partner with advice and support.

In order to ensure short delivery times, we work together with a supplier pool of reliable partners, the majority of whom are based in close proximity to our site.

“On the one hand, we take great pleasure in our own innovations, while on the other hand, we also enjoy being inspired and challenged by the many different applications our customers have. Cooperating within our own team, with our suppliers and with our customers is a top priority for us. This has resulted in healthy growth of the enterprise which benefits all those involved.”

- Dirk Steinmann, Managing Director

  • Many years of experience in conveyor technology
  • Highly qualified experts
  • Adherence to schedules and short delivery times
  • Relationships with our business partners based on partnership

1989 to today: From engineering office to enterprise with cross-European business

  1. The foundation is laid

     

    The VETTER engineering office is founded by freelance engineer and designer Otto Vetter.

     

  2. The first awards

     

    In September 1993, Vetter receives a bronze medal for his “motorless conveyor” at the “International Trade Fair – Ideas, Inventions, New Products” in Nuremberg.

    In April 1994, a silver medal follows in Geneva.

     

  3. Premiere for the Vetter small conveyor

     

    Vetter’s actual success story begins at the Motek in September 1994. The engineer presents the initial FR-40-80 conveyor, which would serve as a basis for development of the subsequent series of small conveyors.

     

  4. Things get even smaller...

     

    In January 2010, Vetter prepares the successor for his business operations and hires Dirk Steinmann, Graduate Engineer (BA) in Mechanical Engineering, for sales and technology. In the course of miniaturizing the conveyor belts, the mini conveyor FR-12-20 is created, the smallest conveyor in the world with internal drive.

     

  5. "Vetter Kleinförderbänder GmbH" is born

     

    In October 2011, Otto Vetter enters well-deserved retirement. Dirk Steinmann takes over the business and founds “Vetter Kleinförderbänder GmbH”.

     

  6. Course set for growth

     

    In the first half of 2012, Steinmann hires additional staff for assembly and processing and moves with the company to larger premises in Beimerstetten.

     

  7. The first big order

     

    At the end of the year 2012, Steinmann is already able to report revenue growth of 10 %.

    This increase in revenue does not even include a major order, which puts the capabilities of the new managing director and his young team to the test.

     

  8. Vetter is given a fresh, new look

     

    A new, clear corporate design replaces the old image.

     

  9. Outlook

     

    Proven components continue to serve Vetter Kleinförderbänder GmbH as a stable pillar, while Dirk Steinmann keeps a close eye on the requirements of the future. He sees these in further miniaturization as well as in the interlinking of the assembly and the production environment.

     

Our values

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Vetter as an employer

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