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Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nurnberg AG

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Built By Maschinenfabrik Augsburg and the Maschinenbaugesellschaft. 1907.
February 1911.
1946. Prototype Oil Engine.
1954. Type 415 L1. Reg No: DSV 155.
1958. Tractor.
1958. Tractor.
1961. Package boiler.
Reg No: NX56 BHP.

of Nürnberg, Germany

UK subsidiary: MAN Co, Caxton House, Westminster, SW

19th century: Klett & Co became one of the largest industrial companies in Bavaria.

1873 Theodor Klett converted the Company into the Maschinenbau Actien-Gesellschaft Nürnberg.

1898 The Nürnberg company merged with Maschinenfabrik Augsburg A.G. to become Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg A.G.[1]

1914 Engineering Works. Specialities: diesel engines, gas engines, cranes, railway carriages and wagons, bridges, iron and steel structures, rotary and flat bed printing machines etc. Employees 15,000. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Thesis: "Freiherr Theodor von Cramer-Klett (1817-1884) – Unternehmer, Visionär und Wegbereiter". Author: Rosalie Freiin von Cramer-Klett.Thesis for Magistra der Philosophie (Mag. phil.), Vienna, 2010
  2. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  • Albert Gieseler's website (in German): Maschinen- und Kessel-Fabrik, Eisen- und Gelbgießerei von G. Kuhn.