INTECO was founded by Dr. Wolfgang Holzgruber and DI Ludwig Schwarz, who resigned in 1999.
First order ESR by Metal Ravne, Slovenia
First ESRR® in Valbruna, Italy
Dr. Harald Holzgruber becomes Managing Director of INTECO
FeNi refining plant for Minera Loma de Niquel, C.A. in Venezuela
First turnkey project for a melting and casting plant,
Grand opening of the new office buildings in Bruck/Mur
First static mould ESR plant in Germany at Edelstahlwerke Krefeld
Secondary metallurgical plant (LF,RH) for Voest Alpine Stahl of Linz, Austria
FeNi refining plant, Mineracao Onca Puma
Two VAR furnaces, Deutsche Edelstahlwerke in Krefeld, Germany
P-ESR for Carpenter, USA
Secondary metallurgical complex of Edelstahl Breitenfeld, Austria
New secondary metallurgical plant at Böhler Edelstahl, Austria
ESR plant, Saarschmiede, Germany
INTECO buys the majority shares of TBR Engineering, which is now called INTECO TBR casting technologies.
World‘s biggest ESR ingot at INTECO‘s ESR at Forgiatura Vienna, Italy
Secondary metallurgical complex (LF, RH) for Saarstahl AG, Germany
INTECO buys 80% of the shares of ATEC Automatisierungstechnik GmbH, which now operates under the name INTECO atec automation.
Secondary Metallurgical Center at Deutsche Edelstahlwerke Witten, Germany
Vaccum Induction Furnace (VIM), Ruspolymet, Russia
Beginning of 2013 INTECO takes over Process Technology Int. (PTI), based in Atlanta and its branch office in the Czech Republic. Both companies are now called INTECO PTI process technologies int..
Meltshop project including first EAF at Taewoong, Korea
Special steel plant at Grupo Frisa, Mexico
INTECO acquires all patents and intellectual property of Fuchs Technology GmbH, Fuchs Engineering GmbH and Fuchs Products GmbH and introduces the new brand INTECO Fuchs.
Also SPT Swedish Process Technology becomes part of the INTECO Group and is now called INTECO SPT.
Ing. Roland Kristl becomes Managing Director next to Dr. Harald Holzgruber
DI Alexander Scheriau becomes Managing Director next to Dr. Harald Holzgruber and Ing. Roland Kristl
INTECO receives historical order from thyssenkrupp for a 260t twin ladle furnace.