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Geibel & Hotz GmbH


Geibel & Hotz GmbH
Frankfurter Str. 102-104
-35315 Homberg

Geibel & Hotz GmbH, founded in 1956, is a well-established German company specializing in the production of high-precision grinding machines. The company was founded by Hans Geibel and Herbert Hotz in Homberg (Ohm), Germany, with the objective of providing top-tier grinding solutions to various industries.


In its early years, Geibel & Hotz focused on developing a range of surface and cylindrical grinding machines that quickly gained a reputation for precision and reliability. The company’s commitment to quality and innovation enabled it to expand its product line and cater to a growing customer base, both domestically and internationally.


Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Geibel & Hotz continued to refine its technologies and introduced advanced CNC (Computer Numerical Control) grinding machines. These innovations allowed the company to enhance the precision and efficiency of its machines, making them suitable for complex and high-precision applications in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and tool manufacturing.


In the 1990s, Geibel & Hotz further expanded its capabilities by incorporating state-of-the-art control systems and automation into its grinding machines. This period marked the company’s transition into a modern manufacturing entity capable of meeting the stringent demands of contemporary production environments.


Today, Geibel & Hotz GmbH is part of the Kehren GmbH group, which has provided it with additional resources and expertise to continue its tradition of excellence. The company remains committed to delivering high-quality grinding solutions and has a robust portfolio of products designed to meet the diverse needs of its clients.

Wolfgang Heinisch

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