The CGT Carbon GmbH

The CGT Carbon GmbH was founded in June 2010, based on over 40 years of experience of the initiator Hans Hackl, former founder of the companies Carbon Industrie-Produkte GmbH and Carbon Mechanik GmbH.

After his 10-year involvement in SGL Carbon Bonn, formerly Ringsdorff Werke, he founded the Carbon Industrie-Produkte GmbH until the sale to the Japanese company Tokai Carbon and his retirement in 2009. In 2010 CGT Carbon first focused on trading transactions specially in the Solar sector, since 2012 CGT Carbon is also mechanically equipped so that the areas of foundries, sintering sector, furnace industry, mechanical industry, and the EDM sector can be supplied with graphite-finished products.

1974 – 1984: Hans Hackl is employed by SGL Carbon (Ringsdorff Werke Bonn) for 10 years
1985: Founding of Carbon Industrie-Produkte GmbH by Hans Hackl in Hennef – Bröl
1988: Relocation of Carbon Industrie-Produkte GmbH into office building to Hennef (Sieg)
1989: Establishment of Carbon Mechanik GmbH and the beginning of the graphite machining in Sankt Augustin – Buisdorf
1992: Establishment of the factory building in Buchholz-Mendt
1994: Official opening of the office building of the Carbon Industrie-Produkte GmbH in Buchholz Mendt
1995 – 2000: Acquisition of additional industrial land and extensions of the premises in Mendt
2006: Sale of Carbon Industrie-Produkte GmbH and Carbon Mechanik GmbH to the Japanese company Tokai Carbon
2009: Withdrawal of Hans Hackl as Managing Director of the Carbon Industrie-Produkte GmbH
2010: Founding of the CGT Carbon GmbH by Roland Hackl
2011: Purchase of 8000m² industrial site in Asbach, as well as construction of a warehouse and workshop
2012: Purchase of various machines for graphite machining
2014: Acquisition of two more machines for manufacturing
2015: Founding of the CGT Karbon Ltd. Şti. In Bursa, Turkey by Roland Hackl and Ali Levent Iyici
2016: Purchase of three further machines and planning of a further manufacturing hall of 820m²
2017: Construction and completion of an additional manufacturing – and storage hall, purchase of further machines