專注技術發展
100年

100年來,馬勒始終致力于人們的出行

這一年是1920年。“興盛的20年代”啟幕。在這非凡的10年中,查爾斯·林德伯格完成了飛越大西洋的壯舉;阿爾伯特·愛因斯坦獲得了諾貝爾獎;圣雄甘地發起了非暴力不合作運動;德國漢莎航空成立;紐伯格林賽道投入使用。在德國斯圖加特的巴特康施塔特區,有一對兄弟為今后的一家全球性企業打下了基礎:在那個年代,恩斯特·馬勒和赫爾曼·馬勒兄弟倆開發的一系列產品在市場上所向披靡,早早地為如今的這家全球性企業建立了“創新者”的名聲。

自那時起,馬勒不斷發展壯大,如今已經躋身全球汽車零部件供應商前20強,擁有員工近8萬人。今天的馬勒是推動未來高效出行的先行者。我們的創新技術不斷刷新著替代驅動系統領域和內燃機優化的標準。

我們為何矢志不渝?因為我們希望讓出行變得更高效和舒適。我們和全行業,以及政府和整個社會一起,始終關注和應對著屬于這個時代的各種挑戰。我們創造可持續的個人出行解決方案。與此同時,作為一家基金會性質的企業,我們積極承擔企業社會責任。

今天與未來。為了我們的后代。為了下一個百年。

? 我們將繼續發展壯大,成為員工和合作伙伴眼中極具創新能力和吸引力的企業。我們立志成為未來100年出行的塑造者。 ?
J?rg Stratmann博士
馬勒集團CEO
1920
The start of a success story
Hellmuth Hirth develops two-stroke engines in Stuttgart/Germany and needs commercial support. Hermann Mahle begins work on December 1, 1920. This day is considered the birthday of today’s MAHLE Group.
1922
The Mahle brothers work together
The company specializes in light-alloy pistons. Since it was founded, around 40,000 pistons have already been produced by its workforce, which now numbers 200 employees. But technical difficulties arise. Hermann Mahle asks his brother Ernst to join the company as an engineer.
1929
Filters extend the life of pistons
The more demanding the engines, the more performance is required from the pistons. Only a few roads are asphalted, and dust damages the pistons. Ernst Mahle decides to develop air and oil filters.
1930
The legendary ring carrier piston
Premature wear on light-alloy pistons continues to cause problems. The solution is the ring carrier piston developed by Ernst Mahle. This technology is still widely used today.
1933
The company becomes MAHLE
Since 1933, the Mahle brothers have been the company’s sole shareholders, and in 1938, they convert it into a KG (limited partnership) bearing their name: MAHLE. The logotype, which has remained virtually unchanged to this day, is introduced as the company’s logo.
1940
Dictatorship. Armament. War.
Production is directed toward “purposes that are particularly urgent under a military economy.” By 1944, the number of employees—including foreign and forced laborers—has increased to more than 6,000.
1945
Realignment after the war
Sixty percent of MAHLE KG’s value and assets were lost after the war. Ernst Mahle moves to Brazil and establishes a new piston production facility there. In Germany, MAHLE switches to repair pistons, rack wagons, and kitchen appliances.
1964
Donating to a good cause
The Mahle brothers incorporate their company into a foundation. Its funding priorities are health care & nursing, education & training, agriculture & nutrition, as well as the arts & culture. The largest funding project to date is the Filderklinik, located near Stuttgart/Germany.
1971
Farewell to the Mahle brothers
Around 50 years after founding the company, the Mahle brothers step down. They can look back on an impressive life’s work: MAHLE generates sales of over DM 400 million, with more than 6,000 employees.
1972
Comeback of the filter business
Its significant holding in Knecht Filterwerke allows MAHLE to reintroduce filter activities into its product range, having discontinued them in 1941 due to the war. As a result of the associated decision to become a systems provider, this product area is soon one of the mainstays of the group.
1975
MAHLE becomes international
Although MAHLE cooperates with international licensees, it does not have its own plants abroad. The first plant in the USA is founded in 1975, in Brazil in 1978.
1991
Becoming a systems partner
MAHLE evolves from a components manufacturer to a development partner for systems and modules. Following the acquisition of J. Wizemann in 1991 and Pleuco in 1994, the company also manufactures valve train systems alongside pistons, engine components, and filter systems.
1997
First plants in Asia
In 1997, a joint venture in India marks the breakthrough in the Far East. The acquisitions in Japan of Izumi in 1999 and Tennex in 2001 represent major steps forward. MAHLE thereby becomes the world’s largest provider of filter systems. In subsequent years, the company expands its presence in Asia significantly.
2000
Development partner for OEMs
The nineties saw significant start-ups and acquisitions in Mexico, Brazil, India, Poland, Italy, South Korea, and Japan. This continued apace in the new millennium. MAHLE becomes a globally active group that ranks among the leaders of the automotive supply industry.
2003
The first MAHLE complete engine
The high-speed, four-stroke in-line engine with a completely novel overall structure and aluminum design demonstrates, in impressive fashion, that MAHLE now produces more engine components and modules than any other engine manufacturer.
2005
MAHLE acquires the engine manufacturer Cosworth Technologies—now MAHLE Powertrain. Two years later, in 2007, the group documents its systems competence with a downsizing concept: half the displacement, the same power output—and 30 percent lower CO2 emissions.
2010
MAHLE + Behr = Mehr (More)
Engine cooling and air conditioning are important topics for the future—and Behr is the ideal partner. MAHLE gradually becomes the majority shareholder. The first joint project that demonstrates how much potential lies in the acquisition is an air intake module with integrated indirect charge air cooling. In 2013, MAHLE Behr—with its 17,000 employees and 38 production locations—becomes the new Thermal Management business unit.
2013
Fresh air for the fuel cell
MAHLE becomes series supplier for a fuel cell passenger car for the first time and delivers air intake modules and ion exchangers to a major Asian manufacturer. Since then, MAHLE has consistently expanded its competence in components and systems for the fuel cell.
2014
Production locations worldwide
More plants are opened and constructed in 2014 than in any other year. MAHLE now has over 140 production locations. Around 20 percent of the more than 66,000 employees work in Asia and around 30 percent in North and South America.
2015
Looking to the future with a dual strategy
As well as optimizing the combustion engine, MAHLE is driving forward the development of alternative mobility concepts. The takeovers of Letrika and Kokusan Denki represent an expansion of the mechatronics activities, while the acquisition of Nagares in 2017 allowed the company to make its entry into vehicle electronics.
2017
MEET concept vehicle impresses
At 16 major R&D centers, more than 6,000 development engineers and technicians work on innovative solutions for the mobility of the future. With the MEET study, MAHLE impressively demonstrates how urban mobility can look: highly efficient, electric, and also affordable.
2018
Development partner and supplier for the fuel cell truck
MAHLE and Nikola become partners. Individual cooling systems are developed and produced for the fuel cell, traction motors, power electronics, and battery, and all relevant systems components come from MAHLE. The air conditioning system for the driver’s cabin is also supplied by MAHLE.
2019
Smart charging for electric vehicles
The MAHLE corporate start-up chargeBIG develops an intelligent charge management system for users of long-stay parking, which can be integrated into the existing infrastructure at low cost and without protracted conversion work. Numerous orders are received.
2020
New Electronics and Mechatronics business unit
By transferring the Mechatronics division to a new business unit and merging it with the compressors and pumps product areas, MAHLE is further developing its strategic focus on alternative powertrain technologies.
1920
2020

創始人赫爾曼·馬勒和恩斯特·馬勒早已注重將企業的社會責任融入到司的長期發展戰略之中。

集團將股息注入馬勒基金會并由此贊助了眾多的社會項目。 與此同時,馬勒還積極參與各種社會活動。 承擔社會責任,成為社區的“友好鄰居”正是馬勒文化的核心所在。

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