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Know-how - it’s what we offer:

This is how machine construction works today ...differently! You can expect quite a lot when working with HOLZ automation: Know-how, transparency and guarantees. At our company, these aren’t empty words, but words we live by and are dedicated to pursue them daily.


HOLZ automation - 65 employees from Backnang. In recent years we have designed and built special machinery for well-known automobile manufacturers in the region along with their suppliers, and in doing so have sustainably increased our customers’ productivity.

Special machinery made by HOLZ reliably fulfils its duties worldwide. Our objective is to be different from other special machine builders. We want to collaborate differently with our customers, build different special machinery, different and better!

Process expertise

We work on solving your problem in 5 phases: Definition, design, procurement, production, realisation, implementation. Our comprehensive engineering know-how comes into play. At the same time, at our company we rely on “old pros” and technical experts who “think outside the box”.

Together, they create brilliant solutions in close collaboration with our customers. Solutions which will also impress you. At the same time, our project management system defines relevant gateways at our company and to you, our customers. Transparency takes centre stage.


Our engineers and technicians can associate with the processes. Being familiar with various industrial sectors and their production requirements helps, reduces the coordinating processes and ensures reliability.

For years now, HOLZ automation has felt at home in many industries; our core area being automation. Hence the name HOLZ automation! Currently, using the latest technologies is popular when investing in a special machine. Some call it machine construction 2.0. We are rising to these challenges with our staff, for our customers. We are showing our full potential as Swabian innovative spirits and inventors.



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