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The history of BSA

During the 50 years of its existence the company BSA has gone through various ups and downs in order to claim its current status as a high qualitity manufacturer of slurry technology. 

1961Founding of BSA as the "Bayreuther Schwemmmistanlagen" factory by Paul Langer in Bayreuth.
1963Start of the production and sale of slurry tankers and stables in Münchberg / Oberfranken. The sales were extended under own management first in Germany and later in Western Europe. 
1971Cooperation with Alfa Laval in the areas of sales and marketing.  BSA concentrated on product development and production and at the same time extended its product range with milking and feeding technology. 
1978Transfer of the company's domicile from Münchberg to Marktschorgast, with Schaufling as an additional production site.
1995After 24-years of cooperation the company is taken over by the Alfa Laval group.
2000Renaming of the company from Alfa Laval to DeLaval. The name DeLaval refers to the successful Swedish inventor an founder of the company, Gustaf DeLaval.
2007Since March 2007  BSA belongs to the worldwide operating Bauer Group´Voitsberg/Austria. BSA still produces slurry tankers with its own sales in Germany and Western Europe. Components for biogas plants like pumps, mixers and feeding systems extend the product range. BSA also produces components of the world famous Bauer irrigation machines for the Bauer group. As an external supplier BSA still produces rotary milking parlors, feeding stations and stables for DeLaval.
2011In September the company BSA celebrates 50-years of its existence