better solution right from the start!
Our goal is and always has been the continuous improvement of tools and equipment. Over the course of the last 70 years, we have kept adapting our methods and technologies to changing requirements.
However, our goals have remained the same until today: the development and improvement of our products with the aim of offering end customers innovative solutions and lasting benefits for their projects.
History from 1949 to today
Construction of the new administration building in Kempenich begins.
The company daycare centre is enlarged and expands its childcare offering.
The third generation joins the family business.
Award from the German Design Council: wolfcraft is one of the major German brands in 2020.
The production areas in Slovakia are expanded and the construction of a new logistics hall in Kempenich begins.
wolfcraft celebrates 70 years in business.
wolfcraft opens a new training centre in Weibern.
wolfcraft wins the German Brand Award.
The production plant in Slovakia is expanded and in Kempenich the new logistics hall with approx. 4,000 square meters and 5,000 pallet spaces is inaugurated.
The International Hardware Fair, in cooperation with the BHB (Bundesverband Deutscher Heimwerker-, Bau- und Gartenfachmärkte e.V.), awards the Sustainability Prize for sustainable corporate management.
wolfcraft is establishing itself as the "best-known DIY brand for hand tools" (Institut für Freizeitwirtschaft GmbH, Efficient marketing for DIY customers, Munich, 2010 and 2012).
The TS 800 Transport System is the company's first foray globally into the transport system market.
The one-hand clamp sets new standards on the market.
Kempenich becomes the new company headquarters with a new administration building.
The new logistics centre for Europe is opened in Kempenich.
A second production facility is built in Slovakia.
wolfcraft goes international and founds its own subsidiaries in France, Great Britain and Italy.
"variotec", the first wolfcraft machine table, is launched.
The second generation represented by Reinhard and Thomas Wolff takes over the running of the company.
The new central warehouse in Kempenich is inaugurated.
wolfcraft is one of the first companies in Germany to introduce a profit-sharing model for employees.
wolfcraft presents its first drill rig generation and becomes the market leader in this segment.
wolfcraft moves from Remscheid to Weibern.
The company's first DIY tools are launched on the market under the name "wolfcraft".
The company is founded in Remscheid by the trained toolmaker and technical draughtsman Robert Wolff (* 28 January 1921 in Remscheid; † 2 March 2010).