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Deeply rooted at home and successful in the whole world: EMKA is among the German world market leaders 2020 according to the renowed business journal WirtschaftsWoche.
The EMKA GROUP is the world leader for locking systems, hinges and sealings, which are used in cabinets and control cabinets for electronics and electrical engineering. In the areas air conditioning technology and transport, EMKA is one of the leading manufacturers of locking technology.
Retractable handles have long been standard and proven in the field of transport locks for flaps and doors. Especially on the American market, they achieve high sales figures, as they are often installed in pickup trucks or vans, e.g. in storage compartments and boxes. While handles have been distinguished over decades mainly by their flush-fitting functionality, the challenge in 2020 is to get a grip, literally, on function, design, and flexibility as a combination. With the new retractable handle in a user-friendly T-shape made of plastic and zinc die-cast components, EMKA has succeeded in this breakthrough.
EMKA is an expert in the casting of stainless steel, spraying of zinc and high-performance plastics as well as in the extrusion of rubber and plastic profile. Punching, bending, turning, milling, surface coating or powder coating as well as the final assembly of the modular product program ensure a unique vertical integration. An experienced team of designers, developers and engineers is available at EMKA for the realization of individual customer solutions. The company sets standards in quality, depth of production and delivery performance
In times of the Corona Pandemic, the protection of our employees and customers as well as the responsibility towards the society are top priorities for EMKA. At the same time, it is important to secure liquidity and the long-term success of the company. Due to the local restrictions our sales force can perform customer visits to a limited extend only. However, in terms of production, signs are pointing “full speed ahead”. ...