GEMÜ Gebrüder Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG

Who we are

The GEMÜ Group is a leading manufacturer of valves, measurement and control systems for liquids, vapours and gases.

Globally focused family-owned enterprise in its second generation
This globally focused independent family-owned enterprise was founded in 1964 by Fritz Müller and has become one of the top choices globally for process media control thanks to its range of innovative products and customized solutions.
As a family-owned enterprise, GEMÜ is now being led by the second generation of the family – Managing Partner Gert Müller and his cousin Stephan Müller.

A whole series of innovations and awards
The two Managing Directors, Gert Müller and Stephan Müller, prioritize innovation and have future-oriented plans for GEMÜ. As part of these plans, the company founded a start-up business with inevvo solutions in October 2018 that makes use of the opportunities offered by digitization and further develops and markets Industry 4.0 solutions such as the RFID-based CONEXO system.
That's not all – when it comes to their products, awards such as the "ACHEMA Innovation Award" speak to GEMÜ's strength as an innovator and implementer of novel training concepts, one of which uses their own virtual reality training program, developed in-house.

Over 1900 employees worldwide
The Group currently employs over 1900 members of staff worldwide, over 1100 of whom are in Germany. They have six manufacturing locations: Alongside their manufacturing sites in Germany, GEMÜ manufactures its products in Switzerland, France, China, Brazil and the USA. Their worldwide marketing is carried out across 27 subsidiaries, coordinated from Germany. Thanks to a large network of commercial partners, GEMÜ is now active in over 50 countries on all continents.

Our values

Under the guidance of the Managing Partner Gert Müller, GEMÜ has undergone a restructuring process in 2017. Newly organized by business unit, the company has laid important foundations for even closer proximity to our customers and further growth.