BURGERGROUP – Wir produzieren mit modernster Technik

Living synergies in drive technology

The BURGER GROUP with headquarters in Schonach, Germany (Black Forest), unites seven closely intermeshed, internationally active brand names including SBS-Feintechnik, KBS-Spritztechnik, SBS-Mechatronics, WEDO-Antriebstechnik, SBS-Nepron, KBS-Hugger and Leber Ingenieure. As a full-line supplier of customer-specific drive technology, our mid-sized group of companies is distinguished by consistent innovation, extremely high precision and concentrated expertise. As a leading system partner in the field of gear wheel and gearbox technology, we provide world-class solutions for drive tasks. We keep things moving – for your benefit.

The success of the BURGER GROUP is based on R&D and manufacturing competence, continuity, a sharp competitive edge and sustainable growth. We have more than 158 years of experience in designing and producing drive solutions. Burger was founded in 1856 as one of the pioneers in the field of clock components manufacturing in the Black Forest. Burger has always kept pace with technological change in order to be better and more precise, and to break new ground – the future is now.

The group of companies is praised as a world-class R&D and production partner and the corporate slogan – Living Synergies in Drive Technology – precisely defines the exacting demands placed upon in-house operations and the company’s performance capabilities. “With our core expertise in gearing as a starting point, we want to improve ourselves steadily, and continuously produce more and more accurate components and systems”, stresses managing shareholder Thomas Burger.



Hermann-Burger-Straße 31
D-78136 Schonach

Phone +49 7722 867-0 
Fax +49 7722 867-299


FLAG_Canada.jpg  In North America, please contact our company SBS Drivetec Inc.

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