Röders GmbH is a company from Soltau, Germany. Since six generations Röders is known for its innovative products and reliable services world wide. The company covers three fields of activities: The development and production of High Speed Machines for milling and grinding, manufacturing of blow molds for PET bottles and high quality gift articles.
The blow mold production applies the latest in-house development. Röders is developing and producing blow molds for PET bottles and containers since the technology started in 1975. More than 5000 molds are manufactured a year. Thanks to their technologies and their own HSC machines, Röders achieves the shortest possible lead times.
Röders High Speed Cutting machines are optimized for the highest possible performance in respect of machining precision, surface quality and dynamics. The machines can be automated by means of their own solutions. More than 2500 machines have been installed in over 50 countries.
In the company‘s blowing laboratory, a wide range of tests and inspections can be performed before the start of production.
Their machine tool department has been certified according to ISO 9001:2008 by the DNV GL SE.
Products / Technology
- blow moulds
- High Speed machines for milling and grinding
Jasper Röders established a pewter manufactory about the year 1800 in Soltau, Germany. The craft enterprise produced tableware for the citizen of Soltau and the surrounding area.Later his son made tin figures and cask taps.
Around 1870 Georg Röders foresaw that the metric system of units would be introduced in the German Empire and he started the production of liter measures in large quantities.
During the First World War Röders was forced to close down. In the nineteen twenties the company resumed production and Röders started development of the die casting process. Later they added plastic injection molding.
After the second World War Albrect Röders built up the pewter foundry from scratch and his son started off with a small turning shop. Since than the turning shop grew from a subcontracting firm to today‘s business unit of blow moulds for PET bottles. In addition Hinrich Röders initiated the first developments in high speed cutting.
The development of the HSC technology was advanced by today‘s managing director Jürgen Röders. In 1991 a HSC machine was presented for the first time at the Hanover Fair. The production of HSC machines is today‘s largest business unit of the company with subsidiaries in the USA, China, Vietnam and France.