The chinese production facility AFS moves over to GAE in Nantong, CN.
Takeover of WERIT Kunststoffwerke W. Schneider GmbH & Co. KG. electrical terminals, which consists of main branch terminals and terminal stripes.
Amphenol becomes the new majority shareholder of AUXEL.
Friedrich Göhringer dies at the age of 90.
Continued economic growth means that a further building section is needed. An extension is added to the production area.
A connecting building is added to the complex, linking administration and production to ensure closer networking.
The subsidiary company AUXEL FTG Shanghai is established. Around 50 people work in the Chinese plant, which supplies the Asia region.
In 2004, FTG purchases the adjacent post distribution centre, thus securing production space required for further growth.
FTG acquires the building of a former clock factory and the adjoining plot of land.
The French company AUXEL buys shares in FTG. The company becomes a ‚GmbH‘ (limited liability company). Friedrich Göhringer continues as Managing Director of FTG for many years.
To expand the production facilities, Mr. Göhringer buys a former guesthouse at Gerwigstraße 41, which is extended several times.
Start of the industrial series production of busbars.