2015 New logo and implementation of the corporate identity of the family brand Bucher Industries
2013 Acquisition Eco Sistemas Industrias de Màquinas Ltda., Brazil
2012 Acquisition Oelhydraulik Altenerding Dechamps & Kretz GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
2008 Acquisition Command Controls Corp., USA
2007 Acquisition Monarch Hydraulics Inc., USA
2006 Bucher Hydraulics Pvt. Ltd. established in India.
2001 All businesses within the group adopt the uniform name of Bucher Hydraulics.
2000 Integration of the pump-manufacturing activities of Truninger AG.
The joint venture in China becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bucher Hydraulics.
1998 Bucher Hydraulics is established in Turkey as a subsidiary sales company.
The first system using a CAN Bus solution is developed for a sprayer.
1997 Integration of Hydrotechnik Frutigen, Switzerland.
Integration of Dingkind, Taiwan.
Bucher Hydraulics is established in the USA as a subsidiary sales company.
1996 Beringer Hydraulik of Neuheim, Switzerland is integrated into the business.
Formation of Bucher Hydraulik as a corporate division, with Bucher Klettgau as the division's controlling business unit.
1995 Barmag Hydraulics and Beringer Hydraulik merge.
1994 Integration of Hidroirma, Reggio Emilia, Italy.
1993 Joint Venture in China (SBH).
1992 Bucher Hydrauliek established in the Netherlands as a subsidiary sales company.
1989 Bucher Hydraulics Ltd. is established in England as a subsidiary sales company.
1984 Bucher GmbH becomes a subsidiary company of the newly formed Bucher Holding AG.
1980 Creation of the sales subsidiary BEMA Hydraulik as a limited company in Neumarkt-on-Wallersee, Austria.
1974 Bema-France is founded in Rixheim, France to manufacture and sell hydraulic systems.
1952 Business is restructured as a limited partnership.
1952 First production of pumps for oil-hydraulic systems in tractors.
1923 The Johann Bucher Guyer Griessen engineering company is founded in today's Klettgau.