Modern by tradition
Today, Möhlenhoff stands for innovative and practical products that have established themselves in the heating and control technology market worldwide. To meet new challenges, research and development has, and will always, take top priority.
And it all started with one single remark:
I want to perform, I want to create!
Following the death of his father, Andreas Möhlenhoff applied his entrepreneurial vision and put his heart and soul into turning the small business into an industrial global player.
Today, as in the past, our workforce’s goal is to live up to the mission and goal declared by the former shareholder and CEO each and every day:
We’ll delight our customers and partners with a range of innovative Möhlenhoff products. At the same time we want to surpass their desire for convenience, engineering and design and stick in their minds as a company with durable, high-quality products”.
Former partner and CEO (1990-2011)
The story of Möhlenhoff
One thing our story shows is that a small idea can gather momentum in a way nobody involved at the beginning could have predicted.
As a result, a small electrical products business in Salzgitter-Salder became a world market leader.
Development of OEM services for cloud and app solutions.
Frank Geburek is the sole managing director, Martina Möhlenhoff, Prof. Horst Wildemann and Christopher Schönberger make up the supervisory board.
A new production site founded in Poland.
Market launch of the OEM Alpha 2: system.
Market launch of the OEM Actuator 5. - with only 1 watt power consumption it is the most innovative and attractively priced valve drive worldwide.
Martina Möhlenhoff and Frank Geburek manage the family-run business based on Andreas Möhlenhoff´s philosophy.
Andreas Möhlenhoff dies in February 2011 aged 50 after a long illness.
Expansion of production facilities in Salzgitter. New and redeveloped production facilities and office buildings.
Market launch of the OEM Actuator and OEM Thermostat.
A quality management system is set up.
Market launch of the Alpha Base product family.
The first Alpha Actuator is launched.
The Alpha Thermostat is launched.
The first DDC valve drive is developed.
Andreas Möhlenhoff takes over the running of the business after the unexpected death of Hellmuth Möhlenhoff.
The first thermal valve drive is developed. The development of room-by-room temperature control for underfloor heating and a control distributor follow.
The first electronic underfloor convector to deflect cold air in large windows is developed and serves as a model for many other manufacturers.
At the age of 25 Hellmuth Möhlenhoff starts his career and takes over a business for electronic items in Salzgitter-Salder.