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  • History
    Nov. 1, 2018
    New CEO of Gerresheimer AG: Dietmar Siemssen

    New CEO

    New CEO of Gerresheimer AG: Dietmar Siemssen

    Jul., 11 2018
    New Management Board Member

    Sensile Medical

    Gerresheimer acquires Swiss technology company Sensile Medical and establishes new third Division Advanced Technologies

    Feb. 5, 2018
    New Speaker of the Management Board

    New Speaker of the Management Board

    Rainer Beaujean assumes the function of the Speaker of the Management Board for an interim period in addition to being CFO

    Jan. 1, 2018
    New Management Board Member

    New Management Board Member

    Dr. Lukas Burkhardt appointed as management board member, responsible for Primary Packaging Glass Division

    Sep. 1, 2017
    New CEO

    New CEO

    Prof. Dr. Christian Fischer is appointed as the new CEO.

    Oct. 31, 2016
    Sale of Life Science Research operations

    Sale of Life Science Research operations

    Gerresheimer and Chase Scientific Glass, Inc. sell their joint venture (51/49%) Kimble Chase to Duran Group.

    Nov. 2, 2015
    Sale of tubing operations to Corning

    Sale of tubing operations to Corning

    Tubing operations and the two tubing plants in Vineland, USA and Pisa, Italy are sold to Corning.

    Dec. 1, 2013
    Divisional reorganization

    Divisional reorganization

    The company regroups its operations into three divisions: Plastics & Devices, Primary Packaging Glass and Life Science Research

    Dec. 18, 2012
    Majority shareholding in Triveni

    Majority shareholding in Triveni

    A majority shareholding is acquired in Triveni, a leading manufacturer of pharmaceutical plastic packaging products and closures in India.

    Dec. 1, 2012
    New addition to the Management Board

    New addition to the Management Board

    Rainer Beaujean is appointed to the Management Board and assumes the function of Chief Financial Officer on Feb. 1, 2013.

    Apr. 2, 2012
    Majority shareholding in Neutral Glass & Allied Industries Pvt. Ltd

    Majority shareholding in Neutral Glass & Allied Industries Pvt. Ltd

    Gerresheimer takes over the majority of shares in the Indian company, which manufactures glass pharmaceutical vials.

    Feb. 1, 2012
    item GmbH take-over

    item GmbH take-over

    The Medical Plastic Systems Division is further enlarged by the take-over of Münster-based item GmbH.

    June 22, 2010
    New CEO

    New CEO

    Uwe R?hrhoff is appointed as the new CEO.

    May 1, 2009
    New addition to the Management Board

    New addition to the Management Board

    Andreas Schütte joins the Management Board.

    Dec. 22, 2008
    Gerresheimer AG listed on MDAX

    Gerresheimer AG listed on MDAX

    The Gerresheimer AG share is included in the MDAX index.

    Feb. 2008
    Take-over of ALLPLAS Embalagens Ltda.

    Take-over of ALLPLAS Embalagens Ltda.

    The Plastic Systems Division is significantly enlarged by the acquisition of Brazilian company, ALLPLAS Embalagens Ltda.

    Dec. 2007
    EDP take-over

    EDP take-over

    Acquisition of the Spanish PET specialist, EDP, with plants in Spain and Argentina.

    Jan. 2, 2007
    Wilden AG take-over

    Wilden AG take-over

    The German market and technology leader for medical plastic systems is taken over by Gerresheimer Regensburg GmbH.

    Jan. 1, 2007
    New global organization structure

    New global organization structure

    From now on there are 4 divisions: Moulded Glass, Tubular Glass, Plastic Systems and Life Science Research.

    Jan. 1, 2006
    Take-over of Superfos Pharma A/S

    Take-over of Superfos Pharma A/S

    Danish company Superfos Pharma A/S, leading provider of plastic packaging products in Europe, is taken over by Gerresheimer.

    Aug. 2005
    Gerresheim glassworks ceases production

    Gerresheim glassworks ceases production

    After 141 years in operation, but owned by Owen Illinois and not Gerresheimer AG, the glassworks in Gerresheim ceases production.

    Feb. 1, 2004
    New global organization structure

    New global organization structure

    Uniform GERRESHEIMER branding. New divisions: Glass Packaging and Pharma Systems.

    May 2000
    VIAG sold Gerresheimer to a private equity consortium

    VIAG sold Gerresheimer to a private equity consortium

    Gerresheimer Glas is sold by VIAG to a consortium of private equity companies, which sells the company on to Blackstone in 2002.

    1999
    A historical turning point

    A historical turning point

    Sale of 6 companies and strategic reorientation to focus on pharmaceutical, laboratory, cosmetic and small glass products. Regional expansion in the USA, Mexico and China.

    1999
    Sale of the glassworks in Gerresheim

    Sale of the glassworks in Gerresheim

    The glassworks in Gerresheim, which is the place where the company was founded, is sold to BSN glasspack, a subsidiary of the French Danone Group. In 2004 Owen Illinois takes over BSN glasspack.

    1991
    VIAG AG acquires a majority shareholding in Gerresheimer

    VIAG AG acquires a majority shareholding in Gerresheimer

    VIAG AG acquires the majority of Gerresheimer AG’s shares.

    1987
    Development of tubing-based pharmaceutical glass product business

    Development of tubing-based pharmaceutical glass product business

    Business with products made from glass tubing, such as syringes, vials, ampoules and cartridges, is developed through the acquisition of Bünder Glas GmbH and in other ways.

    1985
    Relocation of headquarters

    Relocation of headquarters

    The company headquarters moves from the Düsseldorf district of Gerresheim to another location in Düsseldorf.

    1972
    Renaming of the company

    Renaming of the company

    From this year onwards the company is called Gerresheimer Glas AG.

    1959
    Owens Illinois acquired a majority shareholding in Gerresheimer

    Owens Illinois acquired a majority shareholding in Gerresheimer

    The world’s leading container glass manufacturer acquires a 50.1% stake in Gerresheimer.

    1907
    Commencement of production with the first Owens machine on the European continent

    Commencement of production with the first Owens machine on the European continent

    This machine produces 16,000 glass bottles a day, which corresponds to the output of 75 glass blowers.

    1888
    Transformation into a joint stock company

    Transformation into a joint stock company

    The company takes on the new legal form of joint stock company and is called “Actien-Gesellschaft der Gerresheimer Glashüttenwerke”.

    1886
    The biggest bottle maker in the world

    The biggest bottle maker in the world

    With a production output of 45 million bottles Gerresheimer is the biggest bottle making plant in the world.

    1864
    The company was founded by Ferdinand Heye

    The company was founded by Ferdinand Heye

    Production operations with 12 glass blowers in the first year.

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