The worldwide headquarters are located in Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture.
The U.S. headquarters are located in the Chicago Technical Center in Hoffman Estates, Illinois near Chicago with locations in Boston, Cincinnati, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles and New Jersey. The facility overlooks Interstate 90 (Jane Addams Memorial Tollway). The building has 102,000 square feet (9,500 m2) of space and includes classrooms. In November 2009 the current U.S. headquarters opened during a four-day event with over 2,200 visitors. On April 1, 2010, as part of the deal between Mori Seiki and Gildemeister AG (DMG) the U.S. divisions of both companies merged into one unit.
DMG MORI SEIKI CO., LTD. has its offices in the Middlemarch Business Park in Coventry. MORI SEIKI GmbH, the European division, has its head office in Wernau, Germany.
In 2009, DMG MORI SEIKI CO., LTD. relocated its U.S. headquarters to a newly built building, designed by Itasca, Illinois-based Cornerstone Architects Ltd., located in the AT&T corporate center in Hoffman Estates.
From October 1, 2013 the company renamed from Mori Seiki Co., Ltd. to DMG MORI SEIKI CO., LTD..
In 2016, DMG Mori opened its new 200,000 m2 plant in Ulyanovsk, Russia, starting production of its ecoline group of machine tools there, plus attendant training and service facilities.
Products and Technologies
A Mori Seiki CNC lathe
DMG MORI SEIKI CO., LTD.’s major products include computer numerical control (CNC) lathes, parallel-twin-spindle turning centers, multi-axis turning centers, five-axis turning centers, vertical machining centers, horizontal machining centers, linear motor-driven horizontal machining centers, operating systems, machining support systems, networking systems, and production support systems. Mori Seiki has 29 subsidiaries and six associated companies.
Throughout its history, the company has developed more than 200 models of CNC lathes and machining centers.
Development & production bases (overseas)
|USA||Davis||3805 Faraday Avenue Davis, California 95618, USAPhone : +1-530-746-7400 Fax : +1-530-746-7500|
|China||Tianjin||NO.105 Xinye 2nd Street West Tianjin Economic Technological Development Area, 300462, ChinaPhone : +86-(0)22-5819-8188 Fax : +86-(0)22-5819-8189|
|Germany||Pfronten||DECKEL MAHO-Str. 1 D-87459 Pfronten, GermanyPhone : +49(0)8363/89-0 Fax : +49(0)8363/89-222|
|Seebach||Neue Strasse 61 D-99846 Seebach, GermanyPhone : +49(0)36929/81-0 Fax : +49(0)36929/81-2408|
|Stipshausen||Gildemeisterstr. 1 D-55758 Stipshausen, GermanyPhone : +49(0)6544/99199-0 Fax : +49(0)6544/99199-90|
|Poland||Pleszew||ul. Fabryczna 7 PL-63-300 Pleszew, PolandPhone : +4862-7428-000 Fax : +4862-7428-106|
|Italy||Tortona||Via Wilmer Graziano, 15 IT-15057 Tortona (AL), ItalyPhone : +3901318181 Fax : +390131818213|
|Bergamo||Via G. Donizetti 138 IT-24030 Brembate di Sopra (BG), ItalyPhone : +39035607111 Fax : +39035607222|
|Russia||Ulyanovsk||DMG MORI Street 1, 432072 Ulyanovsk, RussiaPhone : +78422590661 FAX : +78422590651|
DMG MORI’s history
MarchStarted business collaboration with DMG
|2010||September / OctoberHosted a joint exhibition booth at IMTS and JIMTOF|
|2012||JanuaryEstablished DMG MORI SEIKI Europe AG in Switzerland (current DMG MORI Europe AG)Started joint sales and service across Europe|
CELOS (ERGOline) SLIMline COMPACTline
Company names unified
MarchBecame the Exclusive Premium Partner of Porsche team
JulyTokyo Global Headquarters started operation
Started integrated management as a consolidated entity
AprilAdopted IFRSChanged accounting period (irregular accounting period from April to December)Consolidated DMGEstablished DMG MORI WASINO, LTD.
JuneDeveloped NRX 2000Developed A 150 SeriesDeveloped G 100 Series
JulyOpened the world’s largest Global Solution Center in Iga
SeptemberUlyanovsk Plant (Russia) started operation
DecemberDeveloped NLX 6000
CMX 1100 V
Accomplished business integration
|2017||FebruaryIntroduced powder bed technology to additive manufacturing segment|
DMG MORI AG’s history
|1870||Friedrich Gildemeister founded GILDEMEISTER & Comp. in Bielefeld|
|1906||Wilhelm Berg took over the company management and started mass production of machine tools|
|1910||Concentrated on its flagship products:
turret lathes, multi-spindle automatic lathes, milling machines, and vertical and horizontal milling machines
|1928||Released the POX multi-spindle automatic lathe|
|1950||Exhibited the RV50 turret lathe at Hanover trade fair|
|1961||Built a new manufacturing plant in Sennestadt and started operation (in 1965)|
|1975||Exhibited the company’s first NC lathe (NEF) at EMO|
|1995||Acquired DECKEL MAHO AG, and put the milling and drilling machine business on track※DECKEL AG and MAHO AG merged in 1993|
|1998||Sales exceeded one billion Deutschmarks for the first time in its history(1998 average exchange rate: 1DM = ¥70)|
|1999||Entered the laser technology sector with the takeover of LCTec GmbH (present SAUER)|
|2000||Repurchased its former subsidiary GILDEMEISTER Italiana|
|2001||Entered the field of the ultrasonic machining technology by the investment in SAUER GmbH & Co. KG|
|2002||The new plant in Seebach won the ‘”Best Factory TM — Industrial Excellence Award 2002”|
|2003||DMG Nippon K.K. opened a technology center in YokohamaEstablished in Shanghai the first production plant in Asia|
|2005||DMG Asia established the spare parts center|
|2008||Adopted new design|
|2011||Opened the HSC center|
|2012||Expanded the plant in Seebach|
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