|1942||Founding of Neumayer precision part manufacturing company|
|1952||Nut manufacturing commences on hot presses|
|1957||Introduction of combined hot/cold forming|
|1972||Market launch of two-piece wheel nut for trucks|
|1988||Acquisition of the Rotenburg Metallwerke RMW from FAG|
|1995||Development and series production of ready to install assemblies|
|1998||Acquisition of Teksid metal forming company from Fiat with the Tekfor Italy plant in Italy, and Tekfor Betim plant in Brazil, Holding in Böllhoff Neumayer, Brazil|
|2000||In-house product development for engines, transmissions and drivelines|
|2001||Establishment of Neumayer Schmölln plant, Schmölln
Establishment of Tekfor USA plant, Wooster
|2003||Founding of Tekfor Cologne, a Joint venture with Ford|
|2005||Founding of Amtek Tekfor, India, a joint venture with Amtek located in New Delhi
Acquisition of all shares in Böllhoff Neumayer Brazil and merger of all the Brazilian business units into Neumayer Tekfor Automotive, NTA
|2009||Joint Venture Amtek Tekfor- second Location Pune, India|
|2010||Establishment of Tekfor Mexico and Japan|
|2011||Acquisition of the Italian forming specialist Officine Meccaniche Villar Perosa SpA (OMVP).
Joint Venture Tekfor Cologne returned to Ford
|2013||Acquisition of the whole Neumayer Tekfor Group through Amtek Auto India. Rebranding into Amtek Tekfor Group|
|2017||Detachment from the Amtek Group. Independent leadership under the name of Tekfor.
Tekfor Group renowned as partner of the global automotive industry.
Components supplier for Conventional and Electrical Vehicles
|2020||Sale of the Italian sites Tekfor S.p.A. Villar Perosa and Avigliana|