Gmünder Straße 229
Tel: +43 (0) 2856-5011
Fax: +43 (0) 2856-5012
Firmenbesitzerin: Ing. Claudia Steininger
Geschäftsführer: Ing. Thomas Brandeis
Produktionsleiter: Markus Wiesmeier
Mission Statement: ASMA was founded 1980 by Max Aspelmayr as one-man business, today family owned in 2nd generation, with actual at about 125 employees, is specialized in manufacturing and processing or polyurethane elastomers to high wear resistant coatings and tailor made technical products for industrial applications. Head office and main plant in Weitra/Austria, subsidies and partners in Poland and Czech Republic.
Direction of the Website (Editorial philosophy) Showing the technical possibilities of polyurethane elastomers in general and informing customers and users about the tailor made solutions at asma.
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