Company

STROH Diamantwerkzeuge GmbH is a third generation, medium sized company with its head office in Bruchköbel near Hanau, the production plan in Hünfeld near Fulda and an overseas subsidiary in Brazil located in Indaiatuba in Sao Paulo State.
The STROH Diamantwerkzeuge GmbH developed from a family led, small, diamond cutting business located in the Rhine Main area, which has been traditionally populated by diamond cutting businesses. In 1965 the diamond cutting business was given up and modified to industrial diamond machining. Since then STROH Diamantwerkzeuge has been consistently growing and also expanding its range of tools, while yet maintaining the traditional manufacturing of diamond machining. An above average investment rate and continuous process improvements have positioned us among the worldwide leading manufacturers of diamond tools and has even given us global market leadership with individual products.
The manufacturing of high quality products and the customer satisfaction that goes along with that is our primary goal. With our 3 production sites and many other representations worldwide we also try to offer our customers the best service possible. Because, for us, personal customer support has top priority.

Bruchköbel Hünfeld Indaiatuba Brasilien

Each year the company STROH Diamantwerkzeuge trains a number of industrial apprentices as cutting machine mechanics, specializing in turning technology. Industrial clerks are also trained on a regular basis. It is our goal to takeover all apprentices, into a permanent working relationships, after they have successfully completed their final exams. We promote further education measures such as master craftsman school, technician’s school or technical expert’s training.
Besides that the company also participates in the IS+I Program (Engineer studies + Industrial practice) of the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen (University of Applied Sciences). During this program the student studying Production Technology and Mechanical Engineering, is given the opportunity to gather on hand experience in projects, while still studying at the university