Loeser is one of the largest and most professional suppliers of the complete product range of belt grinding machines in Germany. Whenever you are in need of surface finishing solutions – Löser is the efficient partner you are looking for to solve your grinding problems.
In addition to our own grinding machines, we offer the complete Dynabrage program and constantly keep hundreds of machines and the respective spare parts in stock.
Outstanding products, our highly qualified staff and the commitment of our company’s founder “to only produce what others cannot offer in a better way” have made us what we are today.
Company anniversary – 80 years of LOESER
Company anniversary – 80 years of LOESERApril 6, 2016
Intensification of worldwide cooperation
Intensification of worldwide cooperationJanuary 1, 2010
Thomas Löser during dealer training in China
Expansion of the product portfolio
Expansion of the product portfolioJanuary 1, 2000
Michael and Thomas Löser continuously develop and improve the range of machines.
The third generation takes responsibility
The third generation takes responsibilityJanuary 1, 1994
Thomas and Michael, the sons of Waldemar Löser, take on areas of responsibility in the company, including customer contact at international trade fairs.
New company logo LOESER
New company logo LOESERJanuary 1, 1986
An internationally readable company logo without umlauts is created.
Start of production of superfinishing machines
LOESER contributes to standard literature on grinding
LOESER contributes to standard literature on grindingJanuary 1, 1985
In addition to working on standard literature, new developments of cylindrical grinding machines are created at LOESER.
Expansion of the machine portfolio
Expansion of the machine portfolioJanuary 1, 1976
The 2nd generation, Waldemar and Robert Löser, continuously expand the range of round, flat and deburring machines.
The focus is on machines for processing metal and other materials. Woodworking machines take a back seat.
The second generation runs the company
The second generation runs the companyFebruary 1, 1974
Waldemar and Robert Löser are the second generation to run the company and are continuously expanding their range of machines and customer base.
Production and administration extension
Production and administration extensionJanuary 1, 1974
The area of the Wormser Landstrasse in Speyer is largely developed. A further expansion of the production capacities requires a move with a completely new building on the outskirts of Speyer. The new company premises on Boschstraße in Speyer, with a covered area of 7,000 square meters and a company site of 25,000 square meters, offer excellent conditions for production and assembly.
Company and factory buildings are becoming too small
Company and factory buildings are becoming too smallJanuary 1, 1972
The increasing number of employees and the broader range of machines led to the planning of a new building on the outskirts of the city, since the space available at Wormser Straße 96 was exhausted.
Takeover of DYNABRADE sales in Europe
Takeover of DYNABRADE sales in EuropeJanuary 1, 1969
Waldemar Löser, son of Ludwig Löser, places an order with DYNABRADE USA for 100 compressed air hand belt grinding machines.
This marks the start of the production of DYNABRADE hand belt grinding machines.
Company and factory buildings
Company and factory buildingsJanuary 1, 1965
Close contact with 3M, USA
Close contact with 3M, USAJanuary 1, 1960
The close business relationship with 3M brought him into contact with Stephan Bader USA. Start of production of belt grinding machines for metalworking for the European market.
Further development of the grinding machines
Further development of the grinding machinesFebruary 1, 1958
Machine solutions for grinding problems of all kinds are created.
Construction of the first production hall in Speyer
Construction of the first production hall in SpeyerJanuary 1, 1953
A larger plot of land can be purchased at Wormser Straße 96 and an assembly hall built. The site initially offers sufficient space for expansion, so that an administration building was added in 1959 and further production facilities in 1963.
Further development of the wooden dowel machines
Further development of the wooden dowel machinesJanuary 1, 1952
… for cutting and chamfering the wooden dowels.
Development of machines for the production of wooden dowels
Development of machines for the production of wooden dowelsJanuary 1, 1950
Wooden dowels replace nails and screws for connecting wooden parts in the furniture industry.
The manufacturing process is patented and the machines are exported worldwide.
New start in Speyer am Rhein
New start in Speyer am RheinJanuary 1, 1949
After the end of the war, construction of a production facility for hand belt grinding machines at Wormser Landstraße 83 on today’s Roßsprung near SV Speyer.
In the foreground on the left is the private residence of the Ludwig Löser family, with the company building behind it.
War bombingJanuary 1, 1943
The bombing of Ludwigshafen and the destruction of all private and company property with all means of production caused production to be shifted to the Odenwald.
Invention ELBA, 1st transportable hand grinding machine
Invention ELBA, 1st transportable hand grinding machineAugust 15, 1934
First transportable hand grinding machine.
Patent for the first internal rotor motor.
The engineer Ludwig Löser founded the Ludwig Löser machine factory in Ludwigshafen on July 1, 1934
The engineer Ludwig Löser founded the Ludwig Löser machine factory in Ludwigshafen on July 1, 1934January 7, 1934
Agile engineer, resourceful entrepreneur and successful top athlete in the 100m run. (German champion in 1926 with 10.6 seconds!)
His entrepreneurial lifetime achievement embodies one of his personal principles in the very best form: “If you prove yourself in sport, you won’t fail in life either”.
Trade fair dates
Repair service for Dynabrade and 3M grinding machines
We have 38 years of experience in repairing Dynabrade machines!