HES Trier was founded in 1990 as a production site for concrete pipes. Later the company Riewer used the premises for its steel trading and bending business. In 2007 the plant was taken over by the Sotralenz Group from Drulingen / France, which built new facilities for the production of reinforcing steel meshes and reinforcing steel in coils and bars.
The company traded as Drahtwerk Horath, Werk Moselkai. In February 2017 the Trier plant was acquired by the RIVA Group and has traded since then as Hennigsdorfer Elektrostahlwerke GmbH, Werk Trier.
The Trier plant was taken over by the RIVA Group in 2017 and integrated into the Hennigsdorfer Elektrostahlwerke GmbH. HES Trier is located on the Moselle river in the region of Rhineland-Palatinate, close to both France and Luxemburg.
The plant employs approx. 40 people and extend over an area of 54,000 m² . Manufactured products include reinforcing steel meshes, both as standard meshes and as special meshes and cold ribbed reinforcing steel in coils and bars for the construction industry. Thanks to the proximity of the HES Trier plant to the port of Trier, steel-works materials can be easily delivered via the Moselle.
HES Trier has a certified integrated management system, which includes a quality management system according to ISO 9001 and an energy management system according to ISO 50001.
The plant has product certifications for Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands.