|2012||A domination & profit and loss transfer agreement came into effect in April 2012. Demag Cranes has been integrated into the Terex Corporation as its Material Handling & Port Solutions segment since October. The Demag brand continues to be used, now with the tagline “A Terex Brand”, the Gottwald brand becomes Terex® Gottwald.|
|2011||Since August 2011, the Terex Group in the United States has held a majority share in the company|
|2010||Integration of Demag Cranes Group through worldwide bundling of operative functions and centralising shared services|
|2006||Consolidation of Demag Cranes & Components GmbH and Gottwald Port Technology GmbH under the umbrella of Demag Cranes AG and IPO and 23 June 2006.
Withdrawal of Demag Holding S.à.r.l..
|2002||Demag Cranes & Components GmbH and Gottwald Port Technology GmbH taken over by Demag Holding S.à r.l (Luxembourg), in which private equity investment funds advised by KKR hold an 81% interest and Siemens AG holds 19% interest|
|2000||Mannesmann Dematic becomes an integral part of the Atecs Mannesmann AG Group; spin-off of Demag Cranes & Components GmbH (Wetter); Mannesmann taken over by Vodafone; Siemens AG and Robert Bosch GmbH acquire Atecs Mannesmann; the mechanical engineering division of Atecs Mannesmann AG, to which the current segments of Demag Cranes belonged, remains in the Siemens Group|
|1997||Mannesmann Demag Fördertechnik AG is renamed Mannesmann Dematic AG|
|1996||Mannesmann Demag Fördertechnik AG takes over the Mobile Cranes segment from Mannesmann Demag AG in Duisburg.|
|1992||Restructuring of the Mannesmann Demag Group and spin-off of Mannesmann Demag Fördertechnik AG in Wetter|
|1988||Mannesmann takes over Leo Gottwald KG and integrates it in Mannesmann Demag AG|
|1956||Leo Gottwald KG builds the first mobile harbor crane|
|1910||Successor companies to Mechanische Werkstätten Harkort & Co. become part of Deutsche Maschinenfabrik AG (Demag)|
|1906||The present-day Gottwald Port Technology GmbH founded under the name of Maschinenfabrik Ernst Halbach AG in Dusseldorf|
|1819||The present-day Demag Cranes & Components GmbH founded under the name Mechanische Werkstätten Harkort & Co. in Wetter an der Ruhr|