About us

The name Maschinenbau Kern GmbH stands for absolute reliability, adherence to schedules and high innovation capacity. Many leading companies rely on our know-how and have been working with us for many years.

Our machines and developments are used internationally.

  • 1998 - launching MTK

    Production and sale of a patented cleaning machine for escalators.

  • 2000 - change to Kern Ketotec

    Development and engineering company

  • 2007 - launching Maschinenbau Kern

    Development and construction of special machines, automation and gripper technology and environment automation for injection moulding machines.

  • 2019 - Change of name to MASCHINENBAU Kern e. K.

    Production of laminating machines and accessories for laminating technology for the automotive industry

    Development and construction of special machines, automation and gripper technology and environment automation for injection moulding machines

  • 2020 - Change of name to MASCHINENBAU Kern GmbH

     

  • 2022 - Construction of a new office and production building in Rietheim-Weilheim.

    Now 1200 m² production area and 450 m² office space are available.

References

New production hall with office building

The new production hall with office building was funded by the “Europäischer Fonds für Regionale Entwicklung (EFRE)” with the funding guideline “Spitze auf dem Land! Technologieführer Baden-Württemberg”.

Maschinenbau Kern GmbH, as an KMU, was able to demonstrate its technological competence for the funding by demonstrating its high degree of innovation in various mechanical engineering areas.

Funded by the European Union and the State of Baden-Württemberg

EFRE project summary: Maschinenbau Kern GmbH is active in the construction of special machinery. The company is currently working on the development and production of new types of modular circular ovens and cryotechnical equipment. The continuous ovens can be integrated into production lines and are suitable, for example, for the controlled curing of adhesive joints. The cryogenic systems are used for the correct feeding of deep-frozen components in automated assembly processes. The funding will support the new construction.