At VOSS, we develop, mechanically engineer and produce innovative line and connection technology for the transportation industry worldwide. Our collaborative culture embraces and empowers employees to provide exceptional service for our customers. The success of VOSS is based on quality products, close customer proximity, dedication and commitment.
On Sept. 15, 1931, mechanical engineer Hans Herman Voss founded VOSS in Wipperfürth, Germany. At the time, the company was known as Armaturenfabrik, a plumbing fitting manufacturer.
It wasn’t until 1953 that the company changed its name to VOSS Automotive and began developing tube connections for vehicle construction and mechanical engineering. Since then, VOSS has grown to meet demands of the commercial vehicle, construction and agriculture equipment, and passenger car industries.
Foundation of VOSS on September 15, 1931. Company name at the time was Armaturenfabrik.
Start of production of tube connections for mechanical engineering and vehicle construction industry.
Market launch of the world's first quick connector for air brakes in commercial vehicles.
Establishment of the Hans Hermann Voss Foundation.
Participation in the research society for automotive engineering (Forschungsgesellschaft für Kraftfahrwesen (FKA GmbH), at RWTH Aachen.
Foundation of North America subsidiary, VOSS Automotive, Inc., Fort Wayne, IN USA.
Renaming of the Armaturenfabrik Hermann Voss GmbH + Co KG as VOSS Automotive GmbH under the umbrella of VOSS Holding.
Opening of the VOSS Automotive Polska plant in Legnickie Pole, Poland.
Series production of SCR line assemblies for exhaust aftertreatment. Unheated, coolant heated and electrically heated.
Foundation of the Chinese subsidiary VOSS Automotive Components (Jinan) Co., Ltd.
Foundation of the Japanese subsidiary VOSS Japan Ltd.
Research and development for fuel cell and hydrogen propulsion market.
Foundation of the subsidiary VOSS Automotive Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V.
Establishment of the VOSS Polymer Technology Center in Wipperfürth.
Market introduction of solutions for hybrid and electric vehicles: VOSS thermal management.
Development of steel tube assemblies for fuel cell and natural gas vehicles.
Development of electrically heated tubes for water injection.