The Center of Climate is an impressive new corporate building in Lahr. The centrepiece of the nearly 5,000 m2 area spread across three floors is the brand experience space, the interactive exhibition featuring numerous display modules.
With the acquisition of the Filtech and Airia brands, Zehnder takes another strategic step in driving growth in the ventilation industry and strengthening its technological expertise.
Today, Zehnder is a leading international provider of complete solutions for a healthy and comfortable indoor climate, and employs approximately 3,500 people.
The opening of the Zehnder logistics centre in Lahr, Germany, provides a hub for European deliveries and is a huge step forward in developing the company's customer service activities.
Zehnder establishes a fourth business field with air cleaning systems for industry, logistics, and the food and beverage sectors.
Zehnder joins the comfort ventilation business, an area that undergoes regular expansion in subsequent years.
Zehnder becomes the first foreign company to enter the Chinese radiator market.
Zehnder goes public and lists its shares on the Zurich stock exchange. The family retains a majority share to this day.
Zehnder expands its portfolio to include radiant ceiling panels, which are ideal for heating industrial halls and commercial buildings.
Zehnder demonstrates its pioneering spirit once again by developing the first bathroom radiator – a product that remains popular to this day.
In view of growing competition in Germany, the Zehnder company decides to open its own dedicated production plant near Freiburg in Breisgau.
The innovative Zehnder Charleston radiator, a design classic, establishes its place on the market.
The Zehnder brothers develop and sell the legendary 'Zehnderli' light motorcycle.
The J. Zehnder & Söhne company is founded by Jakob Zehnder and his three sons.
The Zehnder family of entrepreneurs begins with Jakob Zehnder (born in 1855). He builds a house and small mechanical workshop in Graenichen, Switzerland.