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Hermle

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Hermle
Industriestr. 8 – 12
-78559 Gosheim
Hermle AG is a German manufacturer of precision machines, known in particular for its high-quality clocks, movements and machining centres. In this section you will find a brief history and some background information about the company.
Hermle was founded in 1922 by Franz Hermle in Gosheim, Germany. Initially, the company focussed on the manufacture of clock movements. Hermle quickly gained a good reputation for the manufacture of precision clock movements. Over time, the company expanded its product range to include a wide range of watches, including both traditional mechanical models and modern quartz variants. Hermle places great emphasis on innovation and technology, continually investing in research and development to improve its products and maintain its position at the forefront of precision engineering. While the company is still headquartered in Gosheim, Germany, Hermle has established a global presence by setting up subsidiaries and sales offices in various countries around the world. Throughout its history, Hermle has earned a reputation for exceptional quality and craftsmanship. The company’s products are known for their precision, reliability and durability, making them highly sought after by customers around the world. With almost a century of experience in precision engineering, Hermle as a whole is a company with a rich history of innovation, quality and craftsmanship. From its humble beginnings as a manufacturer of watch movements to its current status as a world leader in precision machinery, Hermle has always been committed to providing its customers with products of the highest calibre.

Wolfgang Heinisch
COO

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