"Berliner Maschinenbau AG" acquires a site in Wildau, Germany. Production facilities for locomotives.
"Maffei-Schwartzkopff-Werke GmbH" is founded jointly with "J.A. Maffei".
General mechanical engineering is transferred from Berlin to Wildau following the construction of further production shops.
Locomotive-building at "Schwartzkopff" ends after seventy-eight successful years.
Schwermaschinenbau (SMB - the name means "Heavy Mechanical Engineering") is restarted at Wildau.
Wildau is chosen as the location for the "Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau".
SMB becomes part of GMH Gruppe, an agglomeration of more than twenty globally networked steel-industry companies.