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Moradelli - in its 7th generation

1750

Working as a master shoe maker, Andreas Moradelli and his family live in Trient, Italy.

 

1790

His son Andreas emigrates to Munich and settles as a lock smith in Schwabing, at that time an outer borrow of Munich.

Moradelli Haus in München 

Türbeschlag im Schloss Neuschwanstein

1794

On December 6, 1794 he is accepted as a member of the cooperative society of locksmiths of Munich.

1838

His son Karl Moradelli manages the company with great success and purchases a Renaissance building near the Hofbräuhaus. Today, it is still listed in the municipal register as the Moradelli House.

1870

The sons Carl, Joseph und Alois Moradelli continue in the locksmith business.

Carl Moradelli proves to be an exceptional craftsman and his renowned artistic work drew attention, and he was appointed to Royal Bavarian Locksmith to work for the Royal Family of Wittelsbach. His work on the Neuschwanstein Castle and the Linderhof Palace was the reason for many accolades.

Alois Moradelli’s work on furnace linings laid the foundation for industrial manufacturing.

1890

the first telephone connection is installed and the company moves to what used to be the edge of town, near the Goetheplatz in Munich.

Skizze Ofenverkleidung von 1896

1896

Son Alois Anton assumes the management of the company.

 Streifenpresse

1907

Manufacture of perforated sheet metal starts. To do this, the company acquires a used 50 tonne sectional press.

1925

After the premature death of Alois Anton, his daughter Luise manages the company. Times are getting tough and the company barely survives the Black Friday 1929.

1945

After the war, reconstruction of the heavily damaged company starts and additional perforating machines, shears and bending presses are installed.

1960

The German “Wirtschaftswunder” (economic miracle) is running full speed. The production focusses mainly on perforated sheet metals, perforated casings, radiator covers and machine enclosures

1972

The Olympic Games in Munich bring an additional boom to the local economy. Moradelli recognises the trend and produces perforated sheet metal plates for architectural and structural purposes.

1976

More space is required. The company moves to the outskirts of Munich and the son-in-law Ludwig Sauer relocates the company to Kirchheim, east of Munich, where it is connected to the national motorway for the first time. The company is still located in Kirchheim. Now, there is sufficient room for new logistics and additional machinery.

 

1978

In addition to perforated sheet metals, embossed product become more and more popular.

1983

For the first time, a punch-nipple machine is used in the perforated sheet metal branch.

1985

Investment in a high performance perforation press to produce perforated sheet metal plates; now also with preparation off a coil.

1990

Son Thomas expands the production facilities, followed by the construction of a new administration building.

1997

 first automated punch press that allows the fully automated nigh shift operation without the presence of any personnel.

1999

Additional purchase of adjacent property in order to preclude future space requirements.

2006 

entering the laser technology age by applying combined punch/laser machines with automation. perforated sheets and laser-cut sheet metal being produced 24 hours a day.

2007

Development of honeycomb-shaped punched and bent façade for the AUDI Sales Terminals in close cooperation with Audi and Architects ASW Allman, Sattler, Wappner.

2008

Moradelli is selected the status of Audi preferred vendor. Since then, the production of sheet metal façades is virtually automated and ready for delivery and installation to any Audi building project worldwide.

2010

Expansion of the bending technology through an automated swivel bending machine as well as the usage of additional punch/laser system.

2012

Entering water jet cutting technology. By adding an index table to the equipment, water jet cutting of the sheet metal plates is fully automated.

Today...

components with complex geometrical features are produced. The focus is on perforated plates, embossed plates, laser-manufactured components and parts cut with water jet technology. The last few years have seen an enormous expansion of processing methods. Now, ready-to-install components can be delivered and fit precisely into façades, wall facing and panelling, balcony railings, filters, perforated casings, sieves, enclosures, covers and components for the plant construction.

 Audi facades

Audi facades

Berlin

Berlin

Provex

Provex

Piz Boè Alpine Lounge

Piz Boè Alpine Lounge

Jönköpin Sweden

Jönköpin Sweden

Missoni Delhi

Missoni Delhi

Museum of islamic art  Doha

Museum of islamic art Doha

BMW Museum

BMW Museum

Seniorresidenz Mannheim

Seniorresidenz Mannheim

King Abdullah Financial District

King Abdullah Financial District

winegrowers' cooperative

winegrowers' cooperative

Beispiel

Beispiel