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Machine tool producer HELLER manufactures 4- and 5-axis CNC machining centres, flexible manufacturing systems and crankshaft and camshaft machines and employs a staff of more than 2,500 people worldwide. The company is headquartered in Nürtingen, Germany.
The company's customers come from a variety of industries including automotive manufacturers and their suppliers, machine building industry, contract manufacturers, power engineering, mould and die manufacturers as well as aerospace companies.
Our universal machining centres evolve within a worldwide production network that manufactures to the high HELLER quality standards. We develop and produce ourselves all components that ensure the reliability, accuracy and quality of a HELLER machine. When it comes to the daily availability of your HELLER machine, we put a strong emphasis on a high proportion of in-house manufacturing. Therefore, “Made by HELLER” stands for a quality seal you can rely on.
The product range is complemented by comprehensive consulting and a wide range of services. HELLER operates production facilities around the globe, including the US, UK, Brazil, China and Germany. Additionally, we are represented in all major markets with sales and service bases and qualified service partners.
Founded in: 1894 in Nürtingen
Workforce 2017: more than 2,500
Order intake 2017: EUR 612,8m (64% Europe, 23% Asia, 13% North and South America)
Turnover 2017: EUR 577,6m
Chairman of the board: Berndt Heller
CEO of the HELLER group: Klaus Winkler
COO of the HELLER group: Manfred Maier
Production locations: Germany (Nürtingen), England (Redditch), USA (Troy/Michigan), Brazil (Sorocaba), China (Changzhou)
Sales/Service locations: Italy (Verona), France (Paris), Spain (Barcelona), Russia (Moscow), Mexico (Queretaro), Brazil (Belo Horizonte), China (Beijing, Changzhou, Shanghai, Chongqing), India (Pune), Thailand (Bangkok), Singapore, Poland (Poznań)
Service locations: Germany (Hattingen, Salem, Goslar, Saarbrucken, Nuertingen, Nuremberg), Sweden (Värnamo), Switzerland (Niederbüren), Slovakia (Vrable)