History

Schroth over 60 years – a journey through time

1946 - Business started by Hildegard and Carl F. Schroth

1946

Business started by Hildegard and Carl F. Schroth

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1954 - SCHROTH developed first seat belt

1954

SCHROTH developed first seat belt

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1960 - First dynamic crash tests for internal research and development

1960's

First dynamic crash tests for internal research and development

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1970 - Leading supplier for 3-point and 4-point harnesses for the automotive aftermarket

1970's

Leading supplier for 3-point and 4-point harnesses for the automotive aftermarket

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1984 -SCHROTH became the world´s largest harness belt manufacturer

1984

SCHROTH became the world´s largest harness belt manufacturer

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1991 - SCHROTH enters the aviation sector

1991

SCHROTH enters the aviation sector

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1996 - SCHROTH focused on Formula 1 and Formula 3000 in the motorsport sector

1996

SCHROTH focused on Formula 1 and Formula 3000 in the motorsport sector

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1998 - Approximately 80 % of all dynamic certified helicopter seats are equipped with SCHROTH harnesses

1998

Approximately 80 % of all dynamic certified helicopter seats are equipped with SCHROTH harnesses

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2000 - Start of manufacturing in Pompano Beach, Florida, USA – SCHROTH Safety Products Corp.

2000

Start of manufacturing in Pompano Beach, Florida, USA - SCHROTH Safety Products Corp.

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2006 - Armor Holdings Inc. (USA) acquires the SCHROTH-Group

2006

Armor Holdings Inc. (USA) acquires the SCHROTH-Group

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2007 - Business´ parent, Armor Holdings Inc., is acquired by BAE Systems Inc.

2007

Business´ parent, Armor Holdings Inc., is acquired by BAE Systems Inc.

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2012 - BAE Systems is selling the SCHROTH Safety Products GmbH and the BAE Systems Safety Products Inc. businesses to TAKATA AG

2012

BAE Systems is selling the SCHROTH Safety Products GmbH and the BAE Systems Safety Products Inc. businesses to TAKATA AG

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2013 - SCHROTH Group acquires Interiors In Flight, Orlando, Florida, USA.

2013

SCHROTH Group acquires Interiors In Flight, Orlando, Florida, USA.

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