EMH Gebäude Final

Established, successful and visionary

EMH is a growing company (medium-size company) which offers its customers innovative solutions in the filed of energy measurement. In this respect, EMH aims for quality and innovation leadership in all business fields.

Founded in 1991 as EMH Elektrizitätszähler GmbH & Co. KG, our company makes progress in the development and demands of the market. Today the focus is on complex systems for gathering, transfer, storage and distribution of measuring data. Today we are an innovative, established company, which plays a big role in the development, production and merchandising of digital meters worldwide as well as by their products and related communication technologies.

Our high motivated and competent employees at all three locations in Germany enable the continous success. Our headquarter is located in Gallin since 2012, nearby Schwerin. The other locations are Brackel, near Hamburg, and our location in the South of Germany in Mannheim.

Did you know...?

  • ...that we can produce up to 1.5 million terminal devices each year at our site in Gallin?
  • ...that we use approximately half a million electric circuit boards in our meters annually. A standard size football field could be covered several times with that?
  • ...that the electronic domestic meter eHZ more than 1 million are used in households in Germany. That correlates to the number of total electronic domestic meters of Hamburg and Berlin?
  • ...that approximately 2 tons of solder are used in our meters each year which equates to a weight of two fully equipped VW UP cars ?
  • ...that approximately 1,300 euro pallets are stored in our warehouse. This equates to the area of 6 tennis courts?
  • ...that we are certified according to DIN ISO 9001, DIN ISO 14001 and BH OHSA 18001? Permanent in-plant audits make sure we keep the quality of our company and our products on a continuously high level?
  • ...that our meters are used and doing their job in 53 countries around the globe?

History

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