Chronicle

proMtec Theisen GmbH Theisen GmbH today is a world-wide active owner-led German enterprise in the range of the microwave measuring technique.

Here you receive the most important data - from the first steps up to the today's world enterprise.

1996

In February 1996 Karl-Heinz Theisen founded the process measuring technique company proMtec as exclusive managing director first with the registered place of business Bad Herrenalb. Since the initial days the company is engaged exclusively in measuring technique for the industrial process control and puts the focus on the application of a special microwave technology.

2000

With first growth the company moves to Ettlingen. At the end of 2000 the company is based in the traffic-favourably trade area Albtal, initially with 3 co-workers.

2001

After introduction of a new product line incoming orders of 1.4 millions € can be achieved .

2004

Over 1.000 measuring instruments are successfully installed in factories world-wide.

2005

After further extraordinarily successful acquisitions in the entire Europe and in the rising Asia in 2005 there are already sold more then 1.500 measuring systems, and in use. Up to then already a business transaction of nearly 2.3 millions € is reached with a growth of approx. 49% in the two previous years. However at the master seat in the trade area Albtal in Ettlingen there are already 10 co-workers working.

2006

Over 2.000 measuring instruments are delivered. A world-wide selling and distribution network is under construction.

2009

proMtec is largely unaffected by the global economic crisis. On the contrary, the company expands its product range to stretch the market activity.

2010

Over 3,500 measuring devices are delivered. The sales and distributor network is continuously expanded, to ensure the best possible local service.
In addition to the planned future growth of the company proMtec is searching for further qualified members of staff.

2011

New applications in pipe-lines with bigger diameters than DN300 are realized.

2012

More than 5000 measuring devices are installed in over 60 countries worldwide.