In 2005, Nicola Leibinger-Kammüller becomes President and Chairwoman of the Managing Board, joining her brother Peter Leibinger and husband Mathias Kammüller.
From 1978 to 2005, Berthold Leibinger is President and Chairman of the Managing Board and turns the "little factory" into a global player.
In 1953, Hugo Schwarz becomes a shareholder and commercial director and holds this position until 1978.
Company founder Christian Trumpf hands over the reins to his godson, Berthold Leibinger in 1973.
TRUMPF founds its first subsidiary in 1963 in Switzerland. A production site in Grüsch follows in 1982.
In 1969, Berthold Leibinger opens the first non-European subsidiary in Farmington, USA.
In 1972, the first Asian site is established with "TRUMPF Japan Co." in Yokohama.
In 2000, TRUMPF founds its Chinese subsidiary in Taicang, near Shanghai.
TRUMPF spreads the word about its product range with this English-language flyer from 1969.
This advertisement from the 1980s promotes the advantages of a TRUMPF punching machine.
The TRUMPF logo in this advert from 1969 looks pretty in pink.
This poster advertisement from the 1930s promises 100% more power.
From 2012, TRUMPF offers its laser cutting machine with CO2 or SSL lasers and advertises them with a striking poster.