RDK Industrievertretungen
Your reliable partner for cast and forged parts,

metal construction and processing, fasteners and test benches.


About Us

RDK Industrievertretungen is a German industrial and commercial agency. We are your contact for the procurement of your casting and forging needs, metal construction and processing, fasteners and test benches. With our two locations in North Rhine-Westphalia and Bavaria, we are in close proximity to our customers.



  • Agent of forging company Fomec Spa

    We have taken over the representation of the Italian forging company Fomec Spa from Mondovi. Since 1976, Fomec has been producing forged pieces in carbon, alloy, duplex, and super duplex stainless steels. The in-house presses allow for the manufacturing of forgings weighing up to 40 tons. Fomec has the necessary heating and heat treatment furnaces.

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  • Fondinox - New vacuum induction furnace

    By commissioning the new vacuum induction furnace, Fondinox is strengthening its focus on the critical nickel-based alloys nickel, Hastelloy, Monel, Inconel and Incoloy. A list of all materials can be found here.

    We look forward to your inquiry with interest and are always available to answer any further questions you may have.

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RDK Industrievertretungen

Riffelstraße 26, D-82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

+49 (0)2333 974736

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