EUCHNER’s history began in 1940 with the establishment of an engineering office by Emil Euchner. Since that time, EUCHNER has been involved in the design and development of switch- gear for controlling a wide variety of motion sequences in mechanical and systems engineering. In 1953, Emil Euchner founded EUCHNER + Co., a milestone in the company’s history. In 1952, he developed the first multiple limit switch — to this day a symbol of the enterprising spirit of this family- owned company.
Safety – Automation – Man Machine
Today, our products range from electromechanical and electronic components to complex system solutions. With this wide range of products we can provide the necessary technologies to offer the right solution for special requirements — regardless of whether these relate to reliable and precise positioning or to components and systems for safety engineering in the automation sector. EUCHNER products are sold through a world-wide sales network of competent partners. With our closeness to the customer and the guarantee of reliable solutions throughout the globe, we enjoy the confidence of customers all over the world.
Quality, reliability, precision
Quality, reliability and precision are the hallmarks of our corporate philosophy. They represent concepts and values to which we feel totally committed. At EUCHNER, quality means that all our employees take personal responsibility for the company as a whole and, in particular, for their own field of work. This individual commitment to perfection results in products which are ideally tailored to the customers’ needs and the requirements of the market. After all: our customers and their needs are the focus of all our efforts. Through efficient and effective use of resources, the promotion of personal initiative and courage in finding unusual solutions to the benefit of our customers, we ensure a high level of customer satisfaction. We familiarize ourselves with their needs, requirements and products and we learn from the experiences of our customers’ own customers.