Founding of the company in Gutmadingen, Germany, by the Kramer brothers. Development to a leading manufacturer of tractors; over 100,000 machines sold units into the agricultural market.
Creation of a separate division for the production of industrial and construction machines.
Concentration on production of compact construction equipment. End of production of tractors.
Reorientation to four-wheel steering.
First wheel loader with telescopic loader unit.
Merging of Kramer and Neuson to Neuson Kramer Baumaschinen AG with headquarters in Linz, Austria.
Start of cooperation with Claas.
Opening of the new plant in Pfullendorf, Germany.