Builds Trust 

A close and long-term partnership with our customers is important to us - from development to series production, from short-term prototyping to reliable series delivery, quality-conscious and on time.

We continually apply our experience, knowledge and quality standards gained over many decades in the automotive industry to our industrial customers, without losing flexibility.


Installation of solar panels on the company building as a strong commitment to environmental and climate protection and a further building block on the way to becoming a carbon neutral company.


Initial sampling and series delivery - with a length of just under half a meter (half a yard) - of our largest injection-molded filter to date.

In the Corona pandemic, the first benefits of the company’s strategic realignment have become apparent thanks to the broadening customer base.


Strategic realignment of the company „away from the automotive industry“. No re-certification with respect to IATF 16949.


Start of cooperation with Hochschule Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences and sponsorship of students within the scholarship program



Relocation to Meerbusch. Expansion of our vertical warehouse for optimized logistics.


Jörg Hebmüller joins the company and takes over corporate management in 1996. Certification in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 and ISO/TS 16949:2002.


Founding of the limited partnership Hebmüller Technik Klaus Hebmüller in Neuss. Conversion of Hebmüller KG in Hebmüller GmbH (Ltd.). 


After World War II, Hebmüller produced 675 two-seater Beetle convertible Type 14A automobiles for Volkswagen. Due to the devastating factory fire in 1949, the company goes bankrupt in 1952 and approximately 700 employees lose their jobs. 


Ownership taken over by the sons of the company founder, renamed to Car Body Works Karosseriewerke Joseph Hebmüller Söhne. Over time, the company specialized in Pullman sedans and convertibles with the patenting of a special system for convertible tops.  


Founding of Bodywork Karosserie Hebmüller in Wuppertal by Joseph Hebmüller Sr., great-grandfather of Jörg Hebmüller. With the production of horse-drawn carriages and wagons began the connection of the Hebmüller family to vehicles and the automobile.