Forster System-Montage-Technik GmbH


As a system supplier, we are your partner from consulting to production and even up to assembly.


Composites with fire protection, lightweight construction, special solutions or component refurbishment.


Our products with advanced properties are used here.


A small selection of our strengths. Specially selected for you.


Are you up for a new challenge? Here you can apply and become part of the team.


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Another published article in a business magazine about SMT

In a journalistic article, you will learn more about the company's development from its founding in 2006 to becoming an international system supplier for rail vehicle manufacturers and our strong anchoring in research and development activities. In addition, career opportunities are shown for young people who are learning to become industrial mechanics or industrial management assistants at SMT, because committed specialists are the basis of sustainable success.

You can find the article here or on pages 6-9 of the November 2020 issue of the business magazine “Forum”.

“Lausitz Magazin” published article about SMT

In an interesting article, the “Lausitz Magazin” reports on how SMT manages European projects thanks to well-maintained networking with economic development agencies and research institutions.

You will find the article on page 83 of the “Herbst 2020” issue.

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SMT involved in international research consortium

In collaboration with 13 other partners from a total of 7 European countries, SMT is working on rail vehicles of the future. With a balanced combination of universities, research institutions and industrial partners, the consortium is well positioned. The main goal of this 24-month project is to develop innovative and affordable solutions for the manufacture of car bodies, innovative composite doors and the development of a modular concept for the interior under consideration of lightweight construction strategies.

The project is called CARBODIN and is funded by the European rail research initiative Shift2Rail. The project will make a vital contribution to a new generation of lighter, more energy and cost efficient passenger trains.

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