Continuous but healthy growth
Milestones in contract testing and sorting
2005 Daniel Hess founds allomess GmbH in Remscheid. Initially with just one measuring facility, the inspection and automated sorting of safety-related parts for the automobile industry and others begins.
2006 An additional measuring facility is opened to support the original facility, which has reached its limits. This allows allomess to keep up with the growing demand and increasing technical requirements.
2008 allomess GmbH is awarded DIN ISO 9001:2008 certificate from TÜV Rheinland. This allows the company to guarantee and document the standardised inspection process.
2009 Hand sorting is introduced to complement the existing automated sorting process. Customers can now take advantage of both types of sorting.
2010 allomess GmbH relocates to Hückeswagen and moves into a new building with 600 m2 of production area and 280 m2 of office space. This lays the foundation stone for further expansion.
2011 The high degree professionalism at allomess GmbH is confirmed with the receipt of the DIN EN ISO 14001 environmental management certificate.
2012 sees the introduction of SAP. The team continues to grow and production is now computerised.
2013 The company's growth necessitates a move to new premises. allomess moves to a new site close by, providing twice as much capacity and the potential for more expansion. It also develops new technology to enable the surface inspection of manufactured parts.
2014 Optimization of the logistical processes takes place in the building. Switching the LGV fleet from 12-ton vehicles to 18-ton vehicles with 12-ton trailers increases efficiency.
2015 The machine park is extended to a total of 18 installations. The first in-house-developed measuring systems are commissioned.
2016 The Rubber Components Division makes for a second source of income: A versatile rubber testing plant is commissioned. And planning permission ensures that further extensions will also be realized in the future.
Today the allomess machine park includes 27 fully automatic sorting systems for geometric testing, chip control, complete internal thread checking and detecting scratches, cracks and marks irrespective of the surface condition and for checking rubber components. Allomess can as before look back on healthy and continuous growth. Twenty-five production employees in three shifts currently ensure a high throughput – of course, whilst fulfilling all customer-specific requirements.