In today’s construction components market, doors, frames, and operators are associated with the name Hörmann – as the Hörmann Group is Europe’s leading supplier in this sector.
This is the result of decades of steady growth of the family-owned business with its focus on innovation, guaranteed quality and customer orientation.
Today, the Hörmann Group is managed by the third and fourth Hörmann generation, the grandson and great-grandsons of company founder August Hörmann. Thomas J. Hörmann, Martin J. Hörmann and Christoph Hörmann are personally liable partners.
The foundation for today’s company was laid in the 1950s with the industrial production of a new type of garage door: the up-and-over garage door. In the 1960s, space-saving, vertically opening sectional doors for garages, as well as for industrial and commercial buildings, initiated a future-oriented development. Since then, the product range has been extended systematically. Today, it includes well-known classics, as well as rolling shutters, fire-rated and high-speed doors, door operators and controls, and loading technology systems, fire-rated and smoke-tight door assemblies, entrance and internal doors, canopies and frames.
The Hörmann Group is Europe’s leading supplier of doors. Since the company’s foundation in 1935, it has produced and delivered more than 15 million doors worldwide. More than 6,000 employees in 27 specialised factories in Europe, North America and Asia develop and produce high-quality doors, hinged doors, frames and operators for use in private and commercial properties. The headquarters of the globally active Hörmann Group is located in the small town of Steinhagen, Germany. The still family-run company recently recorded an annual turnover of more than 1 billion euros. Hörmann is present in over 100 individual sales locations in more than 40 countries and represented by sales partners in over 50 other countries.
Social and cultural commitment
As a result of its social commitment, Hörmann traditionally supports projects from non-profit organisations and institutions concerned with the situation of handicapped or chronically ill people.
Information on previous and current projects supported by Hörmann can be found, in German and English, at www.AmHerzen.de.