History

1907
Development and patent application of a snowmobile.

1910
Founding of the Mechanical Workshops  in Kisslegg/Allgäu, Germany, by Josef Paulmichl.

1960
Agricultural machinery repair workshop in Kisslegg/Allgäu, Germany, by Alfons Paulmichl.
Deutz agent for tractors

1960
New development of the first liquid manure tank vehicles with polyester tank top mounting and pump

1963
Change of company name to Gebr. Paulmichl OHG, Kisslegg/Allgäu.

1971
Move to the new factory building; manufacturing takes place in Leutkirch/Allgäu, Germany. Manufacture of over 2.000 pump, vacuum and spreader tank vehicles. 

1979
Construction of the first steel liquid manure tank in the sewage treatment plant in Kisslegg/Allgäu, Germany.

1981
First triple-axle liquid manure tank vehicle at the ZLF agricultural exhibition in Munich

1985
Founding of Fritz Paulmichl GmbH. Construction of complete liquid manure plants including pump, pipe and extraction technology.

1988
Construction of sewage sludge stackable tanks in municipal sewage treatment plants.

1990
Equipment of biogas plants with pump technology, as well as fermentation tanks and storage tanks.

1998
Development of the Fermenter Agitator Mammut RF3, as well as further components for biogas plants.

2000
New development, separators for liquid and biogas manure.

2004
New development, Fermenter Agitator BG500

2010
New development, Separator PC 200
New development, Panorama Inspection Windows for fermenters, secondary fermenters and final storage facilities

2011
New development, Agitator Multimix