About us

As an internationally operating group with five locations in Europe and the USA, we develop and produce high-quality products and system solutions in the fields of safety technology, foam technology & moulded parts, and headwear.

The company’s history stretches back to 1800. Today we stand for wide-ranging expertise and can point to many renowned reference customers in various fields, including the automotive industry, machine construction, public transport, medical technology, the furniture industry, doors and gates and the construction industry.

Divisions

  • Safety Technology
  • Foam Technology
  • Moulding
  • Headwear

Locations

  • Mayser Germany: Lindenberg (headquarters)
  • Mayser Germany: Ulm
  • Mayser France: Evry
  • Mayser USA: Belleville, MI
  • Mayser Slovakia: Rožňava

Employees

Our successful corporate history is above all down to our employees. True to our principle “Innovative by tradition”, they contribute a wealth of initiative and creativity as well as a good understanding of our customers' requirements.


Mayser is also highly active in training and is a valued partner of universities and vocational training institutions in the region. At its Ulm and Lindenberg locations, it trains more than 20 apprentices in various commercial and technical professions.

 

Quality promise

The basis for our success, alongside our employees, is the quality of our products. We aim to enthuse our customers with our products and services. We do this with intensive advisory services plus thorough analysis of our customers' requirements so that we come up with fresh ideas.


Mayser also ensures continuous quality improvement – in both production and development. This is how we guarantee all our products, systems and solutions are top quality and comply with the valid standards and directives. Our certifications bear this out:


Ulm

Safety Technology: ISO 9001, ISO 14001
Automotive: IATF 16949

Lindenberg

Safety Technology: ISO 9001
Foam Technology & Moulded Parts: ISO 9001

Belleville, MI

Location: ISO 14001
Automotive: IATF 16949

 

History

  • 2021 I 50 Years of Foam Technology
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    Since introducing the compressed foam INDUCON® onto the market for the adhesive tape industry, Mayser can look back over 50 years of innovative advanced development of foam technology.
  • 2020 I Introduction of sensor profiles for DIY without tools
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    With the SP sensor profile product range for DIY, Mayser now offers an anti-pinch sensor solution for the door and gate market that is quick and easy to install on main and secondary closing edges.
  • 2017 I New-build and expansion at the site USA, Belleville, MI
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    Rapid growth in both the automotive and non-automotive sectors makes it necessary to expand production capacity by constructing a new building. The US site employs around 140 employees in Michigan. Apart from producing safety systems for the largest automobile manufacturers in the USA, Mayser USA is now also making safety technology and mill foam mats for the non-automotive sector.
  • 2017 | Awarded the Robotics Award
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    With their ultrasonic safety for securing workpieces in cobot applications, Mayser meets all the requirements of the Robotic Award and is among the winners of the prestigious prize in the area of automation solutions.
  • 2016 I STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certification for MAYSER BLUEFOAM®
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    Mayser BLUEFOAM® not only complies with the high standard required by the “Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX®” certification (15.0.72104 Hohenstein HTTI) for textiles worn close to the skin, but is also especially air-permeable, easy care, UV-resistant, and non-yellowing.
  • 2016 I Market launch of Ultrasonic Safety
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    “Ultrasonic safety” is the ideal solution for non-touch detection of persons and objects in the Safety Technology field.

  • 2015 I 2015 I Introduction of capacitive anti-pinch sensors in railway sector
    The capacitive anti-pinch sensor, also referred to as Non-Touch Detection, is used as a safety system on vehicle doors for passengers on public transport.
  • 2012 I The subsidiary Mayser Polymer USA, Inc., Canton, MI is founded
    Setting up the location in the USA started in 2008 with a sales office being founded in Canton, MI. In 2012 the sales branch became an independent production site.
  • 2008 I Market launch of MAYSER BLUEFOAM®
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    With its non-yellowing and UV-resistant polyurethane foam, the Foam Technology division offers a material that is suitable not only for the clothing and footwear industries, but also for the automotive sector as reinforcement for seat cushions, moulded foam parts, and as laminating foam for steering wheel heating.

  • 2006 I Innovation prize for roller shutters, doors, etc. for TRS signal transmission system
    Mayser is awarded the innovation prize from the World’s leading trade fair for roller shutters, doors, gates, and sun protection systems (R+T) 2006 for its TRS signal transmission system based on a transponder. It was specially developed for applications in the roller shutter and sliding door sector.
  • 2002 | Mayser Rožňava, Slovakia founded
    The construction of an independent factory and the accompanying on-site qualification of personnel will enable the relocation of hat production from Lindenberg to Rožňava. The Design, Sales, and Purchasing Departments will remain in Lindenberg.
  • 1996 I Market launch of INDUMONT® self-supporting moulded parts
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    With the introduction of INDUMONT® Mayser is enhancing its product range with dimensionally stable, self-supporting components and precisely fitting embossed parts for vehicle interiors in the automotive and commercial vehicle sectors.

  • 1990 I Mayser France founded in Evry
    Mayser sets up another production and sales facility to become a local supplier to the French market in Paris and the surrounding area.
  • 1980 I Market launch of the first tactile sensors
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    In close cooperation with the BIA (German Institute for Occupational Health and Safety), Mayser is developing the first electrical safety mats and following on from this, introduces two trail-blazing products onto the market in the shape of the Mayser Safety Edges and Safety Bumpers.
  • 1978 | Safety Technology Division founded
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    The success story begins with a brilliant idea: at the Ulm headquarters, a conductive fabric is developed that can be used as the basis for surface switches.
    Today, the division is a world leader in the manufacture of automotive anti-pinch sensors. Mayser Safety Technology is also used in the areas of commercial vehicles, public transport, medical technology, door, gate, and window construction, aviation und industry/automation/logistics.
  • 1973 | Moulding Technology Division founded
    Knowledge and experience from hat and textile production also lay the foundation for another innovative business field: thermal forming of textiles for lingerie/corsetry. In 1979 Mayser made a breakthrough with the resistant deformation of cotton textiles.
  • 1971 I Market launch of INDUCON® in volume production
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    Originally used in the processing technology of hat production, the INDUCON® compressed foam was further developed for a new application in the adhesive tape industry and introduced as an independent product on the market.
  • 1971 | Foam Technology Division founded
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    You will find Mayser to be an unconventional and flexible partner for the development and manufacture of polyurethane special foams and system components. The focus here is on customised solutions.
  • 1940 I Changes at the top
    After Anton Seidl’s death, his son-in-law, Curt M. Zechbauer, takes charge of the company. He converts Mayser into a general partnership.
  • 1929 I Acquisition of the straw hat factory Milz in Lindenberg
    In the meantime, Anton Seidl, as sole owner of Mayser, acquires the straw hat factory Milz & Cie in Lindenberg. With the acquisition of the company, Mayser is now also making straw hats.
  • 1914 I Conversion into a limited liability company
    Anton Seidl, the hat maker from Munich takes a stake in Mayser and converts it into a limited liability company. Carl Mayser and Anton Seidl take over the management as equals.
  • 1886 I Conversion into a joint stock company
    The steady growth requires the transformation into a joint stock company. Mayser AG is now one of the largest joint stock companies in the country.
  • 1858 I Industrialisation of Ulm
    Leonhard Mayser’s son, Friedrich Mayser, and his son Sohn Fritz continue to develop the business, introduce machine-based production and become key figures in the industrialisation of Ulm.
  • 1800 | Mayser “Hutmacherey”, a millinery shop founded in Ulm
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    Leonhard Mayser opens up a millinery shop in the Sterngasse in Ulm. Times are turbulent in the city occupied by Napoleon. Despite this, the success of the company does not take long: Mayser soon makes a name for himself manufacturing hand-made men’s hats from felt.

Contact

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