History

Wilhelm Bott founded a mechanical workshop in a mill near Gaildorf back in 1930 - the nucleus of today's bott Group. As early as 1940, the company employed 70 people.

Today, the group employs around 950 staff (2016) and achieved annual sales of EUR 132 million (2016).

In addition to its three production locations in Germany, England and Hungary, the bott Group currently has numerous subsidiaries in Europe and licensed partners and importers all over the world. bott is the leading international manufacturer of in-vehicle equipment, working and operating equipment and workstation and workplace systems.

History

1930

Foundation

by Wilhelm Bott

1930

1969

The Bott workshop equipment range is launched

1976

Bott SAS, France

1976

1980

Bott Ltd., England

1981

Bott begins production of vehicle storage systems

1981

1997

Bott Hungaria Kft., Hungaria

1998

A range of workstation and assembly line furniture is launched

1998

2000

bott vario is launched

2003

Sales Office at Falkirk, Scottland

2003

2004

The Bott uno vehicle storage system brand is launched

2006

The Bott modulo vehicle storage system brand is launched

2006

2008

  • Bott Storage Systems, Australia,
  • The cubio range of workplace equipment is launched

2010

bott vario2 is launched

van racking

2010

2011

Bott Vario awarded the If Design award and the Red Dot award

2012

  • Fitting Center Cumbernauld, Schottland
  • Bott Austria GmbH
  • Bott Danmark A/S

2012

2013

  • Launch of the bott avero workstation system
  • Branch Office North, Glinde

2014

Branch Office West, Leverkusen

2014

2015

Bott Schweiz AG

2016

Branch West-Mid, Siegen

2016

2018

  • Change of Management
    Dr. Reinhard Wollermann-Windgasse retired
    Jan Willem Jongert becomes a member of the executive board
  • Branch Office South-East, Markt Schwaben
  • Branch Office Mid-North, Lehrte

2019

bott vario3 is launched

2019

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