Welcome to SIAG Schaaf Industrie AG
SIAG has a long heritage in steel construction. The Ruhland factory has been committed to high quality steel processing since 1925. In 1954, plant engineering started in Siegen under the lead of Erich Klotz.
The foundation of SIAG Schaaf Industrie Aktiengesellschaft in 1999 marked the start of the group’s consolidation. The former units Lausitzer Stahlbau Ruhland GmbH and Klotz Anlagenbau GmbH in Finsterwalde were merged into SIAG following privatization in 1996 and 1997.
From the 1997 combined headcount for the two plants of around 150 people, the number of personnel doubled by the time SIAG was founded in 1999. Thereafter, the company achieved continuous growth by establishing Bohemia Stahlbau in the Czech Republic (1999), SIAG CZ (2000), Windenergietechnik GmbH (2001), SIAG France (2003) and SIAG Tube & Tower GmbH (2004). In 2008 the Group achieved net sales of 175 million Euros. In December 2008 SIAG laid the foundation stone in Egypt for the group's largest tower plant, thereby continuing their expansion and international growth. This strategy was continued by the acquisiton of SIAG Aerisyn in Chattanooga, Tennessee. SIAG Schaaf Industrie AG sets a new milestone by taking over the shipyard Thyssen Nordseewerke in Emden (Germany) and setting up Europe's largest factory for offshore components. The founding of SIAG Engineering GmbH in Emden completes the position as a full
service supplier providing integrated concepts to our customers with high-level engineering know-how. Further business activities are planned.
By consequently focussing on our core competencies in steel construction, SIAG employs more than 1,800 employees on 11 locations worldwide.
The company headquarters are in Dernbach, Germany, ideally located between Frankfurt and Cologne. Proximity to an airport, an ICE high speed train station and the A3 motorway help us to serve our worldwide customers promptly and to maintain good relationships with our global supplier base.
The 1,800 personnel employed in the SIAG companies all have one common goal: finding cost-efficient concepts tailored to our customers' needs. That being said, we build on our strong market position and share our benefits with our business partners. Our high quality standards and our customer-focused service help our customers secure their economic success. Altogether, we have what it takes to continue development, growth, and create apprenticeship training positions (2010: 100 apprentices).