The oldest industrial enterprise in Overath

  • 1907Company foundation

    In Schwelm/Westphalia by the trained

    Yellow foundry master Heinrich Wilhelm Pinter

  • 1945First generation change

    In February, the son Bernhard Pinter took over the company, which had been destroyed by aerial bombardment, and rebuilt it.

    again. There were urgently needed goods after World War 2, such as electric hotplates, pans

    etc. made of aluminum - casting

  • 1950Relocation of operations

    A new production hall and an office building were built at the Overath site near Cologne and completed in 1952. After the Korean crisis, production of industrial signs and decoy signs for the German Federal Railroad was resumed at the new location.

  • bis 1968Metal foundry

    Signs, bronze plaques and art castings made of aluminum, brass and

    Bronze cast in sand molds

  • 1969 Introduction patented Pinter Aluplast

    In the course of increasing technologization, the physically strenuous and dusty metal casting was replaced by

    replaced machine plastic injection molding. In addition, the production of adhesive labels, anodized signs and etched stainless steel signs was started on a small scale

  • 1973 First and second expansion Berlin

    Opening of another production site in what was then West Berlin in Sonnenallee and the next expansion with the move to

    Berlin-Kreuzberg to the Bechstein complex

    on Ohlauer Street

  • 1985Second generation change

    The two sons Bernd and Ulrich Pinter

    took over the family business

  • 1992Resettlement to Groß Glienicke

    In the course of reunification, the site and the buildings in Groß Glienicke were acquired by the Treuhand and the company was relocated from Berlin to Potsdam.

  • 1993Fourth expansion Unnau

    The Ernst Strunk company in the Westerwald region of Germany, which has been in existence since 1913, with the business areas of industrial signs, warning and hazardous goods labeling, and advertising systems, was acquired

  • 2007 Anniversary

    The company celebrates its 100th anniversary

  • 2011Expansion at the location Overath

    Relocation from the company headquarters in Overath, An der Ringmauer

    to the new company premises at Am Aggerberg 5,

    with 2.000m² production and administration area

  • 2012 New management

    Handover of the company to the fourth generation,

    Mark Pinter the son of Bernd Pinter

  • 2022Pinter Signum celebrates 115th anniversary

    Today, the company is a leading manufacturer of company, type and information signs made of aluminum, brass and stainless steel, as well as front panels, adhesive labels and vehicle safety products for road and rail vehicles