Rampf

Grief for senior partner Willy Rampf

On January 18, 2015, Willy Rampf passed away in Allmendingen at the age of 86. He was one of the three co-founders of present-day Rampf Formen GmbH.

Rampf was born on April 07,1928 in Erbach near Ulm as the son of the company founder Franz Rampf senior. The father was running a blacksmith’s shop in Erbach and started manufacturing steel molds for masonry blocks as well as formwork for precast concrete components in 1947. When the company relocated to Allmendingen, Rampf joined the business in 1968 and took over the management together with his brothers Karl and Franz. In 2011, Rampf went into...

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