ABOUT US

MGW is characterised by a lean corporate structure geared to our customers. Our experienced engineers optimally prepare upcoming machine services, always looking for the most economical solution in terms of application technology and are competent contact persons on the construction site for the customer. With our 40 or so employees and specialists, we are in a position to ensure that the work is carried out in shifts and to react flexibly and appropriately to short-term project changes.

 

01. our company goals

High quality of work, efficiency and adherence to schedules, which we would like to achieve by means of optimally maintained machine technology, trained, flexible and motivated employees and a healthy entrepreneurial spirit, we constantly check for your effectiveness. Our motto: There is always something to improve.

02. mission

We are a competent partner for our customers throughout all project phases, both in the preparation and planning phase as well as in the concrete implementation phase on the construction site. In accordance with our maxim “MGW makes track construction economical”, our qualified advice is designed to ensure trouble-free machine operation and support accompanying processes (e. g. construction site logistics) in order to make the entire project transparent and cost-optimised for the customer.

03. service

As a high-performance machine pool and service provider, MGW provides its national and international customers with a complete range of machine technology services that meet the conversion requirements of the respective projects in terms of required performance parameters, quality and cost-effectiveness.

04. success

The joint success with our clients and customers is especially important to us.

history

MGW is characterised by a lean corporate structure geared to our customers. Our experienced engineers optimally prepare upcoming machine services, always looking for the most economical solution in terms of application technology and are competent contact persons on the construction site for the customer. With our 40 or so employees and specialists, we are in a position to ensure that the work is carried out in shifts and to react flexibly and appropriately to short-term project changes.

2018

Planned commissioning of the KRC 910 Kirow 125-to-Krane track and bridge cranes

October 2017

Procurement of further 5 material, conveying and silo units (MFS 100 trolleys)

December 2016

Withdrawal of Hering Asset Management GmbH & Co. KG

December 2015

Withdrawal Martin Rose GmbH & Co. KG

December 2014

Withdrawal of Strukton Rail GmbH & Co. KG

January 2011

Hering Asset Management GmbH & Co. KG takes over Anton Plester GmbH & Co. KG

April 2010

Commissioning of the RM 95-800 W high-performance ballast cleaning machine

2007 – 2009

Procurement of further 8 material handling and silo units (MFS 100 trolleys)

July 2003

Commissioning of the RM 95-700 high-performance ballast cleaning machine as well as 8 MFS 100 carriages and a BLS 2000 loading station.

June 2002

Accession of Thomas Beteiligungen GmbH & Co. KG (today Wittfeld GmbH)

January 2001

Accession of BUG Vermietungsgesellschaft mbH

January 2001

Commissioning of two-way bed cleaning machine ZRM 79

November 1999

Accession of Anton Plester GmbH & Co. KG (VolkerRail Group)

November 1999

Commissioning of the 2nd track and bridge crane Kirow type KRC 810 T (125 ton crane)

October 1999

Accession of KAF Falkenhahn Baugesellschaft mbH (today KAF Falkenhahn Holding GmbH)

April 1998

Commissioning of the 1st track and bridge crane KRC 810 T Kirow (125 ton crane)

November 1996

Withdrawal of Holzmann Gleisbau GmbH

October 1995

Relocation of MGW’s business headquarters to Berlin

October 1994

Acquisition of track tamping machine CSM 09-32 and high-speed ballast levelling machine SS P 110

August 1993

Retirement of Heinrich Badenhausen KG

May 1993

Accession of Holzmann Gleisbau GmbH

December 1992

Commissioning of the Gottwald GS 40.08 T (45-to-crane) track-laying crane

April 1991

First operated and marketed machine: UWG of the company Cemafer (conversion process for switches and tracks – UWG)

April 1991

company foundation

Foundation of MGW Gleis- und Weichenbau-Gesellschaft mbH & Co. KG with headquarters in Oranienburg

Shareholders: Heinrich Klostermann GmbH & Co KG (today H. Klostermann Baugesellschaft mbH), Georg Reisse Bauunternehmung GmbH & Co KG (today Strukton Rail GmbH & Co KG), Martin Rose GmbH & Co. KG (today Gleisbau Hilbig & Ventzke GmbH & Co. KG), Heinrich Badenhausen KG

Our company goals

High quality of work, efficiency and adherence to schedules, which we would like to achieve by means of optimally maintained machine technology, trained, flexible and motivated employees and a healthy entrepreneurial spirit, we constantly check for your effectiveness. Our motto: There is always something to improve.

Stefan Brühn

Dipl.-Ing.

managing director