Innovation through Research

Innovation through Research Innovation through Research
Diehl Metall

How much does the Germ an industry invest in research and development? And what impact does this have on the country's future viability? The Donors' Association for the Promotion of Sciences and Humanities in Germany (Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft) is addressing exactly these and other questions on the topic of Germany’s research and innovation activities. Furthermore, every two years, the association awards those companies making an exceptional contribution with their research and innovation activities with the "Innovative through Research” seal.

For the fourth time in a row, Diehl Metall at its Röthenbach site also receives the seal "Innovative through Research" for its special research activities. The company actively invests in future-oriented ideas to drive technological progress. Last year, the Diehl Group invested a total of 367 million euros in research and development activities – the trend is rising.

 

About Diehl Metall:
Diehl Metall is a Corporate Division of the Diehl Group founded in 1902 (sales: 3.6 billion euros, employees: 17,557) and has its headquarters in Röthenbach a.d. Pegnitz near Nuremberg. The company offers a broad spectrum of innovative products and technologies in the area of metal processing. In a global production network with locations in Europe, Asia, South America and the US, Diehl Metall develops application-oriented solutions for international customers.
The company assumes responsibility in the area of climate and resource protection, and places great value on recyclable alloys and composite materials. To fulfil this responsibility, Diehl Metall relies on technically optimized production processes and directs its innovation activities toward future trends.