Ammann Czech Republic a.s.

Ammann Czech Republic a.s.

Ammann is a world-leading supplier of mixing plants, machines and services to the construction industry with core expertise in road building and transportation infrastructure. The family-owned company has enjoyed international success since 1869. Hans-Christian Schneider, current Ammann CEO, is the sixth generation to run the business. Much has changed in the 150 years of Ammann history. Technology continues to evolve and the plants and machines deliver productivity that wasn’t even dreamed of in 1869. The company now has a global reach and expansive product line. What hasn’t changed is Ammann’s commitment to its customers, employees, and innovative solutions.

Ammann’s commitment to sustainability is often obvious. For example, a line of our asphalt-mixing plants includes “recycling” in the name. Other times, the connection is not as apparent – though it is substantial, nonetheless. That includes technology that helps rollers reach compaction goals in fewer passes, minimising fuel burn and the associated emissions. Our promise to our customers – and to the world at large – is to explore every means possible to reduce the carbon footprint of our products. We further pledge to continually evaluate our manufacturing processes for additional gains and to tirelessly focus on the safety of those who build the products. The dedication to green plants and processes is not new at Ammann. We do, however, feel a renewed urgency to accelerate our efforts in the interest of global health. Sustainability is our focus today – and all of our days going forward.

• Tandem Rollers (1,2–17 tun)
• Soil Compactors (3–25 tun)
• Pneumatic Rollers (9–24 tun)
• Trench Rollers
• Mini Pavers
• Components for Asphalt plants


Ammann Czech Republic a.s.
Náchodská 145 | 54901 Nové Město nad Metují | Czech Republic
Phone: +420 491 476 111 | Fax: +420 491 470 405

European Union
Project "Česká vodíková technologická platforma 2023" CZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/20_369/0025119
Is co-financed by the European Union