The success of a racing team in motor sports includes a reliable and accurately working supplier basis. Kaiser Werkzeugbau GmbH from Helferskirchen in Germany, established in 1984, has been active in this field for many years and knows the challenges it poses very well. Around 50 perfectly trained employees provide top quality and adherence to schedules based on their specialist know-how. In the past few years, the team has been continuously expanding its portfolio with complex mechanical components, which have been implemented since the season 2014 in the Porsche 919 Hybrid in the LMP1 class of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). Kaiser Werkzeugbau meets the high standards of industrial processing with state-of-the-art manufacturing: 17 machining centers and turning machines from DMG MORI ensure process-reliable and flexible production.
“The more sophisticated a component is, the more it matches our range of services”, Thomas Kaiser, owner and Managing Director of Kaiser Werkzeugbau, states by providing an insight into his company’s corporate philosophy. Challenging assignments are a tradition here - ever since Kaiser Werkzeugbau accepted the first orders for motor sports at the end of the nineties. For a subcontractor like Kaiser Werkzeugbau, the implication is obvious: “The level of quality and degree of innovation are extremely high in this industry, so that we must keep pace from a manufacturing perspective as well in order to remain competitive”.