150 years of innovation at MWM

By Jack Burke14 April 2021

A segment of an upcoming article in Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide magazine

MWM is marking its 150th anniversary this year. How is the company celebrating that milestone (the company’s website mentions different campaigns and surprises)?

All of us at MWM are excited about this important anniversary. Unfortunately, the current pandemic situation makes it impossible for the entire workforce to come together for a large celebration, so we have postponed the celebration to 2022. Nevertheless, there will be a variety of activities to appropriately recognize the anniversary. For example, we have authored a book showing the interesting history of MWM and the many achievements and innovations of the last decades in a historical context. We will also open an area in our facility to highlight several of the technological advancements implemented over the years. And, an MWM-branded tram will drive in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region.

Tim Scott

We are very proud of our 150-year history, but the 1400 employees of MWM today are not resting on the good reputation of our iconic company. Our sights are firmly set on the future. We are guided by our principles of putting the customer at the center of all our decisions and offering quality products and reliable services throughout the entire product life cycle. Accordingly, we are celebrating our 150th anniversary under the theme: “150 years of continuous innovation.

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