Since the founding of the company in 1946, HÜBNER has been shaped by a spirit of enterprise, inventiveness and innovation. And today this same passion for new solutions continues to drive the company and its employees. Again and again over the years, new concepts for new products and new markets have been developed and implemented.
On this basis, HÜBNER is the company that it has become today: The worldwide leader in gangway systems for buses and railway vehicles (Mobility), a prominent solution provider for rubber products, plastics technologies and elastomer-coated industrial textiles (Material Solutions) as well as a supplier for applications in the field of laser, terahertz and high-frequency technologies (Photonics) used in basic research for microscopy and spectroscopy and in industrial production for applications
such as quality control.
For decades, the company has been delivering innovative products for the transport sector. The extensive portfolio ranges from customized gangway systems, to chassis technology, to driver displays in locomotive cabs and other vehicles, to door sealing and safety systems for the complete mobility segment, to products for airport technology applications.
The company’s mission is to contribute to the lasting success of its customers with innovative, customized product solutions. For just this reason, many HÜBNER products are in-house developments which often come to be known as the industry standards. Approximately 1,000 patents are evidence of the company’s long track record of creativity.
The HÜBNER Group employs more than 3,300 people around the world. In addition to the company headquarters in Kassel, Germany, HÜBNER has built up 25 locations around the world in the preceding years and decades. The company now has major plants in Hungary, the USA, China, Russia and Brazil. This network of company-owned locations is supported by sales partners and trade representatives in more than 30 additional countries.
HÜBNER has a new general manager: Gerald Steinhoff will take charge of financial and administrative areas.
Huschke Diekmann has assumed responsibility for the newly organized unit as global head of the Rail segment at HÜBNER.
HÜBNER: Moulded parts for railway vehicles and buses turn into frothy foam in case of fire and protect passengers from smoke and flames.
When repairing damages, time is money. Quick-change window systems from the HÜBNER Group help to keep these costs to a minimum.
HÜBNER will be present at Busworld 2019 in Hall 3 at Booth 317 as well as in Hall 5 at Booth 527, together with its subsidiary companies.
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