1934

The late, Mr. Fredrich Schwing Sr. (1892-1982) was a man dedicated to providing solutions. In 1934 he started SCHWING GmbH, a manufacturing firm in West Germany, to translate his more than 1200 patents into productive machinery. From drum mixers to the first modern concrete pump, the SCHWING name has been on innovative concrete machinery for more than 75 years.

1950's

Sons Fredrich and Gerhard expand the SCHWING product line and put the SCHWING name at the forefront of concrete pump development and sales.

1965

Early SCHWING concrete pump with separate engine.

1968

Early SCHWING concrete pump with lattice type boom.

1970

SCHWING patented Roll and Fold® boom introduced.

1974

The company establishes SCHWING America, Inc. in Minnesota to capitalize on the popularity of SCHWING concrete pumps as they are used on high visibility projects.

1982

SCHWING purchases the Stetter Corp. to establish Schwing-Stetter the world’s largest manufacturer of truck mixers.

1990's

SCHWING America’s  400,000 square foot manufacturing plant in White Bear, Minnesota is one of seven production facilities in the global SCHWING Group. Here, concrete pumps and truck mixers are built to the highest standards for distribution throughout the world.

1992

Death of the company founder

On May 25, 1992, the company founder Friedrich Wilhelm Schwing dies in his office at the company headquarters in Herne. Contrary to his doctor's advice, he had not gone home but had returned to work.

1995

Market launch of the SX outriggers

The idea of a truck-mounted concrete pump with a bow-shaped outrigger is a revolution. Due to the lack of another telescopic element as with other manufacturers, the new SX outrigger is more stable and robust and ensures quiet pumping conditions.

2004

Market launch of the VECTOR controller

With the introduction of the new VECTOR machine control system, SCHWING is revolutionizing the way in which a truck-mounted concrete pump is operated. For the first time, the control system of a truck-mounted concrete pump has a display that makes operation of the machine significantly easier and more comfortable. This link between the machinist and the machine translates the machinist's commands into actions.

2012

SCHWING’s success attracts a merger with XCMG, China’s largest manufacturer of construction equipment, to mutually benefit both companies  growth. Gerhard Schwing continues the family tradition of leading the company with innovative products for the future.

2016

5000th truck-mounted concrete pump of the S 32/34/36 X series

The 5000th truck-mounted concrete pump of the highly successful S 32/34/36 X series will be handed over to a customer at bauma 2016 in Munich.

2016

S 38 SX Introduced to US Market

With the S 38 SX, Schwing introduced a flexible truck-mounted concrete pump in the 30 m class. Because its boom combines exceptionally large opening angles with the intuitive roll-folding. Even demanding concreting tasks can be handled quickly and safely.

2017

Loop Belt Product Line

Schwing America acquires truck mounted telescopic conveyors product line from Loop Belt Industries. The Loop Belt products include 33-Meter and 40-Meter truck-mounted telescopic conveyors, a tractor trailer mounted 40-Meter conveyor, and a tower-mounted conveyor for stationary applications.

2018

S 65 SXF

Truck-mounted concrete pump S 65 SXF with a horizontal reach of 210’ and a maximum output of more than 213 cu, yds. per hour mounted on an eight-axle Mack chassis.

2018

Redesigned Stationary Pumps (SP)

Stationary Pump (SP) product line was redesigned to accommodate the new Tier 3 and Tier 4 engines. The new machines have a standard design across all models with many updated features.