In 1899, the textile mill of Conrad Ebels and Victor Achter laid the foundations for the company which is known today as AUNDE.
For the first time, Achter & Ebels supplied the automotive industry with automotive upholstery fabrics.
The first major order from the automotive industry.
A tamper is reworking subtleties.
The first looms were powered by steam.
The warp threads are drawn into the weaving harness in the passing section.
Real craftsmanship in the dye works.
The weaving mill is modernising.
With the foundation of the first subsidiary in Spain, the internationalisation of the AUNDE Group begins.
With the takeover of the seat manufacturer ESTEBAN, Achter & Ebels takes the first step towards becoming a supplier of complete seat systems for buses and passenger cars (VW Polo).
The AUNDE Group takes over the ISRINGHAUSEN Group and with it the development and production of seat systems for commercial vehicles and technical springs. The rise to a global player in the industry begins.
The AUNDE Group acquires FEHRER, one of the world's leading specialists in the development and production of components for vehicle interiors.
With the founding of the AUNDE Group SE, the company with 116 plants in 29 countries stands for an international range of innovative interior solutions.