Establishment of ABI Vertriebsgesellschaft GmbH at Babenhausen.
Introduction of the very first ABI MOBILRAM RE 7500. This new innovative machine concept turned out to be the future of ABI.
Founding of ABI Maschinenfabrik and move from Babenhausen to Niedernberg with approx. 30 employees.
Christian Heichel is joining ABI as trainee.
Merging distribution and production to one location in Niedernberg.
The first In-house exhibition takes place.
The founder of ABI, Mr. Alfred Heichel, past away.
Taking over company DELMAG in Esslingen, producer of drilling rigs and diesel pile hammers.
Mr. Matthias Heichel was announced as General Manager of DELMAG.
New halls are built on the new factory premises "Am Knückel".
Acquisition of product line and trade mark BANUT from Sweden. BANUT is producer of fixed leader masts and hydraulic impact hammers. Production moved from Sweden to Niedernberg.
Introduction of new piling method "Directional vibrating" at BAUMA in Munich and being awarded for most innovative technology at the exhibition.
ABI begins to produce own carriers for the DELMAG drilling rigs.
Formation of ABI Equipment Ltd., a subsidiary in the United Kingdom.
Take over of the brand INTEROC and moving all activities to Niedernberg. At the in-house exhibition the whole product range of ABI Group is presented. As highlight the third vibrator generation MRZV-VV is shown in action.
ABI Group presents the new MOBILRAM-System TM 22 as well as the DELMAG drilling rig RHV 40 on self produced carrier T121D at the bauma in Munich.
ABI invites to In-house exhibiton to Niedernberg. Besides a numerous new machines also the control system Efficiency Drive is introduced.
In spring ABI presents the new MOBILRAM-System TM 17 and the new DELMAG drill rig RH 24 at the bauma in Munich.
ABI mourns the loss of Ingrid Heichel, founder of the company.
ABI celebrates 40 years company anniversary and 30 years of cooperation with company Sennebogen.
ABI Group grows. ABI acquires shares on swedish company SPD Scandinavian Pile Driving AB.
In 2019, the new welding shop went into operation at the new premises Boschstraße 2.