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Stahlwille

Stahlwille Tools is a subsidiary of Eduard Wille GmbH & Co. KG. Founded in 1862 by 25-year-old Eduard Wille to manufacture pokers and fire-tongs they became specialists in various forged steel tools. Currently based in Wuppertal, Germany, with several German production plants Stahlwille manufactures hand tools for automotive, industrial, and aerospace use.

Stahlwille has eight subsidiary companies in Europe and world-wide partners. The UK company specializes in providing tooling requirements for commercial and military aircraft.

External links

  • Stahlwille official international site
  • Stahlwille official UK site
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