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HELLER PFV 10-1000 Vertical Milling Machine
Asperg
0 Bids
2,800 €
16/12/2016;13:17
HELLER FV 160 Vertical Milling Machine
Solingen
0 Bids
1,800 €
12/01/2017;09:18
HELLER FV 160 Vertical Milling Machine
Solingen
0 Bids
1,800 €
12/01/2017;09:19
HELLER FV 160 Vertical Milling Machine
Solingen
0 Bids
1,800 €
12/01/2017;09:20
HELLER FV 160 Vertical Milling Machine
Solingen
0 Bids
1,800 €
12/01/2017;09:21
HELLER RB 50 / 1250 Radial Drilling Machine
Haigerloch Gruol
0 Bids
650 €
25/01/2017;10:21
HELLER Milling Head for Vertical Milling Machine FV 160
Solingen
0 Bids
400 €
12/01/2017;09:23
HELLER KA 315 Circular Saw
Egelsbach
1 Bid
400 €
14/12/2016;10:52

HELLER - Used machinery at Surplex


Index

  1. HELLER
  2. The History of HELLER
  3. Products from HELLER
  4. The Company in Numbers
HELLER Logo
  • Name: HELLER
  • Sector: Industrial Machinery
  • Location: Germany
  • Foundation: 1894
  • Products:Machining tools and solutions
  • Employees: Over 2,200
  • Website: www.HELLER.biz

HELLER

HELLER is a leading German-based company that specializes in making a wide range of industrial machines, such as manufacturing systems and milling machinery. With its headquarters located in Nurtingen (Stuttgart), HELLER has been offering a variety of machining center solutions to industrial clients for over a century now. Through the decades, the company has grown tremendously, and has expanded its employee base, product portfolio, customer base and physical presence across the globe. HELLER's clients are drawn from automobile makers, machine manufacturing industries, power engineering and aerospace companies, and machine building industries among others.

The History of HELLER

HELLER was founded in 1894 by young Herman HELLER. The official brand name of the firm is Gebr. HELLER Maschinenfabrik GmbH. At the time, the company concentrated on making simple machines and tools such as fans, spiral stairs, chimney cowls and machinist vices. Four years after its inception, HELLER ventured in the machining industry, making such industrial machinery as thread cutting and sewing machines. The initial company was in 1900 succeeded by Gebr. HELLER Maschinenfabrik GmbH, founded by Herman HELLER and his elder brother. The company made its first milling machine in 1940, and continued expanding into other countries, including Brazil, United Kingdom and the United States. The company has also been expanding into Asia and now has subsidiaries in China's Beijing and Shanghai. In 2007, 2009 and 2010, HELLER introduced H series of machining centers, F series for 5-axis machining, and bevel gear machining respectively.

Products from HELLER

HELLER manufactures a wide range of products, which include machining solutions for crankshaft and camshaft machining for various industrial clients, varying manufacturing systems for industries such as food, mechanical and engineering companies, and 5-axis machining solutions derived from the MCH-C and F-series. The company also makes 4-axis machining solutions derived from the MCH and H series. HELLER also makes customized equipment and machinery for clients to suit specific needs.

The Company in Numbers

The company started with 10 staff, three apprentices and seven craftsmen. As of 2009, the company had an employee base of 2,150 heads, and revenue worth 375 million EUR. 7% of the employees are apprentices which are trained and almost always retained upon completion. HELLER'S growth is evidenced by the presence of subsidiaries all over the globe.

Used HELLER Veneer Press
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