• 50 years of experience
  • 2 generations
  • 1,450 employees

Ahead of the times for 50 years

Better, more innovative, more efficient: Throughout its 50-year company history, Härter has continued to develop while keeping its customers’ success in mind. Then, as today, we have set the standard especially in the automotive, industrial, medical technology and electronic branches. Härter has developed from a purely tool and die maker into an international competence center for complex solutions in the fields of toolmakingstamping technologymetal-plastic technology and component assembly.


Tradition meets progress

As a second generation, family-owned company, Härter combines experience and innovative power in an ideal way. Our roots are in toolmaking where Härter stands out from its competition through the highest level of competence. Having proprietary tool and die making capabilities significantly influences our efficiency across the entire supply chain. It means that we can provide our customers with real ‘complete solutions’. As an integrated supplier – from product development through to production.

Always the best solution – even when it doesn’t exist yet

From development to execution of toolingstamping parts and metal-plastic components: All measures, all processes are focused on our customer’s success. Experienced employees with high levels of competence in engineering, toolmaking and materials optimize and realize every customer request according to the principle of “design to cost”. That guarantees that innovative, progressive ideas are efficiently realized in serial production. As a specialist with an extraordinarily large range, we are in the position to realize narrow tolerance requirements, even for large components.

Corporate culture at Härter: Business excellence

Business excellence focused on the Continuous Improvement Process with the following priorities:

Process know-how
Efficient workflows and high quality thanks to continuous processes with defined standards and methods.

Streamlined processes through reduced interfaces, transparency and integration in all relevant technical areas.

Supply chain
Planning, controlling and review of the entire value added chain – from development through to mass production.