Facts & figures
Innovative across the board
Number of active patents
Number of training sessions (face to face & e-learning)
Share of sales invested in research and development
Organic growth 2018
Competent and committed employees all over the world
Distribution of Hager Group employees worldwide.
Hager Group brands
Hager brand provides a complete range of products and solutions for electrical distribution in industrial and professional buildings as well as the home.
Berker switches and systems are used all over the world, making life easier, more beautiful and convenient.
Elcom is a specialist in state-of-the-art communication systems and creative entryway designs.
As the inventor of wireless technology in alarm systems, Daitem is one of the leading brands in the alarm and security systems for electrical engineers and planners.
Since 1990, Diagral has been one of Europe’s leading brands for wireless alarm systems for easy assembly in the private sector.
Efen is the specialist for safety interfaces in energy distribution systems according to IEC/DIN standard.
Bocchiotti and Iboco are specialists in production and distribution of solutions and services in the field of cable management and small distribution boards for domestic and industrial applications.
Hager oHG, elektrotechnische Fabrik is established as an electrical engineering works in Saarbrücken-Ensheim (Germany).
Hager Electro is established in Obernai (France). The first step towards a marketing network that will eventually span Europe.
Hager Group systematically began to supplement its range of products in the 1980s. Sales companies were founded in key European markets.
Acquisition of Lumetal (Italy), a specialist in distribution boards made of metal and polyester. Since the mid-90s: Hager Group has established its own sales platforms in the United Arab Emirates (Dubai), Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, Australia and New Zealand.
Acquisition of the German brand manufacturer Tehalit (wiring systems and cable ducts).
Integration of Flash in Saverne (France) – manufacturer of electronic components. Acquisition of Ashley & Rock in Ulverston (UK) – range of products expanded to meet British Standards.
Integration of switch manufacturer Polo (Poland).
Takeover of Weber (Switzerland) – switchgear manufacturer – and Atral (France) – manufacturer of safety technology.
Takeover of Anmacher (Switzerland), manufacturer of switches and sockets.
Acquisition of all shares in Eletromar – market entry in Brazil – and takeover of Efen Group (Germany) – fuses and fuse-related power distribution.
Hager Group becomes a European company: SE = Societas Europaea. Hager Group’s new factory in Pune (India) goes into operation.
Acquisition of Berker, a German manufacturer of electrical switches
Acquisition of Elcom (Germany) – specialist in modern communication systems and creative entryway designs. Acquisition of locate solution (Germany) – specialising in Ambient Assisted Living solutions.
Takeover of three companies (Teles, Prodis, A.V.I. Sécurité) and one of the divisions of Artys – specialists in the area of products and services for remote monitoring.
Cooperation with ABN Braun AG in the field of ‘outdoor electricity’. Hager Group takes over the development and production in this area at the Nuremberg site.
Acquisition of Bocchiotti Group, an Italian family owned and run company with 50 years of experience in wiring and small distribution boards.
Acquisition of the French company Azimut Monitoring, a leading company in the field of air quality and noise monitoring for smart buildings and smart cities. Strategic partnership with Bluelinea, a French specialist in the domain of solutions and services dedicated to home comfort for the elderly.
Hager Services enters the French market. Strategic partnership with Hakisa (France), confirming commitment to the Silver Economy and AAL.
Acquisition of Herholdt Controls (Italy), specialised in the field of electrical energy meters.
Acquisition of E3/DC (Germany), energy storage specialists.
Hager Group generates a turnover of more than 2 billion euros.