The transport technology division is responsible for selling body kits such as GETO City and GETO Van, or our extensive range of special bodies, chassis technology products, and bodywork and cargo control systems. Several thousand commercial products round off our range. Vehicle manufacturers also greatly value the TITGEMEYER online shop, which offers over 2,500 fastening products for the vehicle building sector alone.
|GETO Van®||GETO® City|
|GETO® Plastivan||GETO® Versus|
|GETO® EasyConn||GETO® City Frame|
|GETO® Shelf||GETO® Fender|
The fastening technology division offers everything from blind rivets and threaded inserts to assembly systems, sealants and adhesives as well as the matching installation tools. Using individually developed fastening systems, Titgemeyer offers customised solutions to many different application issues. Our customers come from all walks of trade and industry (automotive, electrical and electronics industries, the so-called “white industry”).
|TIOS® EL18||RIV-TI® Plus|
|TIFAS® blind rivets||TIOS® ER15|
|RIV-TI® blind rivet nuts||POP® Soft-Set blind rivets|
|POLYSTIC® cable clips||TIFAS® SR self-pierce rivet fastening system|
Over 500 qualified employees develop, produce and sell carefully-tested products, kits and system solutions in our transport technology and fastening technology divisions. In the course of over a century, Titgemeyer has become an international production company and commercial enterprise. At the turn of the 20th century, our customer base included blacksmiths and cartwrights. Then, in the 1920s and 1930s, TITGEMEYER began supplying vehicle builders and bodybuilders. A steadily growing range and the introduction of motorisation brought with it a change in clientele. Heavy axles, couplings, steel and aluminium profiles, mud guards and other vehicle parts were added to the range. By the 1950s, the company’s main focus had shifted to the manufacture and sale of vehicle components.
In the years that followed, the launch of our successful POP blind rivets laid the foundation for a second division, fastening technology. These rivets were initially designed exclusively for fastening body panels to the types of framework that were common in vehicle manufacture at that time. Other markets very quickly followed, however. Today, modern fastening technology is part and parcel of the key technologies used to successfully fulfil future requirements, for example hybrid constructions for the automotive and aircraft industries or high-strength connections for the offshore sector.
Ever since, TITGEMEYER has continued to develop and sell an extensive range of innovative products and services in both of its “transport technology” and “fastening technology” divisions. Today, the group is one of Europe’s leading suppliers to the markets it serves. In addition to its nationwide distribution network throughout Germany, TITGEMEYER also has subsidiaries in Scandinavia, the United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Austria, Poland and Turkey, with cooperation partners in numerous other countries across Europe.