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Harald has been instrumental in PUMA®’s growth since the late 1970s and introduces new production methods including CNC controllers and laser technology.1998 PUMA®-Werk is sold to Heiner Hiepass-Aryus and moved to the modern Solingen industrial park “Aufderhohe”.2009 – PUMA® Knife Company U. The PUMA IP knife range introduces a new exiting look that PUMA customers were looking for.
1995 – Harald Lauer becomes Managing Director of PUMA®-Werk.
This vast experience with metal and its ready availability, coupled with the German people’s traditional technical skills and penchant for research, bore the inevitable fruit of Solingen’s supremacy in cutlery.
From sword blades to straight razors, shears and scissors was but a natural accompaniment to the march of the time and progress.
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