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Paul Ott is the founder of the business in Lambach. Main goal is the production of veneer presses.
After years of continuing growth and success the production area has to be enlarged to 5.400 m².
The Austrian part of the company Ott is taken over by the long-time employee Hans Kaser, whose philsophy and values are still a big part of the company today.
The company starts working with two big CNC-controlled working centres.
The continuing growth - also internationally - made another expansion of the productionals site necessary. The company now owns 12.000 m² on a second location, Carl von Lindestraße 12 in Lambach.
Work in 'Werk II" - productional site 2 - with a productional area of 2.300 m² is started. The new building is mostly used for final installation of edgebanders and a new administrative center including a machine showroom.
Another additional production hall with 1.200 m² enlarges the productional site 2.
The company is now working on many international markets and has a fixed position on the world market. Many innovations, such as the perfect glueing system CombiMelt or the new, precise and fast edgebander Shark are proof of continuing development.
Beatrix Kaser - the daughter of the managing director - starts working in the company.
Paul OTT introduces new machine types like Twister and Shark Quattroline. The new scraper changer AZK-4 for up to 4 different profiles gets presented.
The machine series Kantomat and Profimatic are replaced by newly designed machine types. The new machine StrongEdge and the series TopEdge are introduced.
In 2013 Paul OTT GmbH in Lambach celebrates the 50 year anniversary! The daughter of the former managing director and her husband (Beatrix and DI(FH) René Brunner) are now leading the company.
The years 2018 / 2019 / 2020 are dominated by big changes in the facility Werk 1. Nearly the whole factory is rebuilt completely and the company invested in new machines as well. It is now possible - with the new CNC Center by ZAYER - to build even bigger machines.