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Hilti

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Industry  Manufacturing
Website  www.hilti.com
Revenue  4.38 billion CHF (2015)
Type  S.A.
Key people  Martin and Eugen Hilti
Headquarters  Schaan, Liechtenstein
Founded  1941
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Products  Power Tools, Anchors, Diamond Drills, Laser Products, Firestops
Number of employees  23,385 worldwide (2015)
CEO  Christoph Loos (1 Jan 2014–)
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Hilti Corporation (Hilti Aktiengesellschaft or Hilti AG, also known as Hilti Group) is a Liechtenstein multinational company that develops, manufactures, and markets products for the construction, building maintenance, and mining industries, primarily to the professional end-user. It concentrates primarily on anchoring systems, hammer drills, firestops, and installation systems, but manufactures and markets an array of tools (including cordless electric drills, heavy angle drills, laser levels, power saws, and fasteners). Hilti, a registered trademark of the various Hilti corporate entities, is the family name of the company's founders.

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History

In 1941, the Hilti company was founded by Martin and Eugen Hilti, with the opening of a mechanical workshop in Schaan, Liechtenstein. Martin Hilti was trained in mechanical engineering and automotive design at the Wismar Engineering College and was 26 at the time of founding the company. The Martin Hilti Family Trust holds all of Hilti's registered shares as of 2003.

Hilti OHG began as a company that produced equipment and components on contract for the German industry during World War II. The exports went largely to Maybach Motorenbau in Friedrichshafen and Robert Bosch in Stuttgart. The products included tank parts and ammunition components for the Nazi war effort. After the war the company repositioned itself and began producing fasteners and other construction material.

Basics

Hilti is based in Schaan, Liechtenstein, and is the principality's largest employer. The company employs more than 20,000 people worldwide with over 2,500 employees in the United States. Hilti's North American headquarters had been located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, since 1979, although it employs account managers, engineers and specialists in all fifty states.

In October 2014, Hilti announced plans to move its corporate headquarters (and about 250 jobs) from Tulsa to Plano, Texas by June 2015. The move is now complete.

Hilti North America

Hilti North America (HNA) uses the Internet, Hilti retail stores, and local Sales Account Managers to drive growth.

HNA developed an employee corporate culture that was later adopted by the entire company worldwide. Employees who are hired are put through a Basic Training Seminar in Tulsa, OK for 3 weeks, and on a yearly basis employees complete a survey called GEOS (Global Employee Opinion Survey) in which they give feedback about the company.

Hilti Northern Europe

Hilti Northern Europe is headquartered in the Hilti (Gt. Britain) Limited office in Manchester, Great Britain. The Hilti (Gt. Britain) office oversees a staff of over 600 team members in varying roles such as sales, engineering, marketing, finance, HR, IT, procurement and customer services.

References

Hilti Wikipedia


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