In its 90-year history, Adval Tech has evolved from a local business to a globally active industrial enterprise. It all started in 1924 in a small mechanical workshop...
Fritz Styner and Rudolf Bienz establish Styner+Bienz as a general partnership operating a small mechanical workshop in Bern-Bümpliz, Switzerland.
Styner+Bienz becomes a public limited company.
Styner+Bienz moves its headquarters to Niederwangen (Köniz).
With the acquisition of AWM in Muri, Styner+Bienz secures a firm foothold in the trend-setting plastic injection molding technology sector.
Styner+Bienz AG is the first company in Canton Berne, the first in the industry and the sixth in Switzerland to be awarded the ISO Certificate Swiss Norm SN 029 100.
The holding company and corporate group are re-named Adval Tech as part of the process of strategic refocusing.
Initial public offering: shares of Adval Tech Holding AG are traded on the Zurich stock exchange.
Foundation of the production company Styner+Bienz do Brasil Ltda., Curitiba, PR, Brazil.
Foundation of the service company AWM Mold Service US Inc., Beverly, MA, USA.
Acquisition of FOBOHA GmbH Formenbau, Haslach, Germany.
Acquisition of Lanz Industrietechnik AG, Wolfwil, Switzerland.
Acquisition of Teuscher Kunststoff-Technik AG, Grenchen, Switzerland.
Acquisition of QSCH Termelö és Kereskedelmi Kft., Szekszárd, Hungary.
Acquisition of the Omni Group, Singapore.
Organizational streamlining: the Group is divided into the Components (mass-produced parts) and Mold Making areas.
Implementation of focussing strategy.
Foundation of production company Adval Tech (Mexico) S.A. de C.V. in Querétaro.
Acquisition of Fischer IMF GmbH & Co. KG, Endingen (D).
Disinvestment of segment Molds (FOBOHA).