Company Overview of MAHLE GmbH
MAHLE GmbH provides engine systems, filtration and engine peripherals, and thermal management products for the automotive industry in Germany and internationally. The company offers engine systems and components, including aluminum pistons, articulated and steel pistons, piston assemblies, and power cell units; piston rings and pins, connecting rods, cylinder liners, bearings, bushings, and piston inserts; and valve train systems and components, camshafts, valves, and valve actuator components. It also provides air intake modules, cylinder head covers, oil pump systems, oil coolers, activated carbon canister modules, filter modules, and cabin air filters. In addition, the company offers ther...
Founded in 1920
Key Executives for MAHLE GmbH
Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Executive Vice President and Member of Management Board
Corporate Executive Vice President, General Manager of Business Unit Engine Systems & Components, Corporate Quality management, Profit Centers large Engine Components, Small Engine Components and Member of the Management Board
Corporate Executive Vice President, General Manager of Filtration & Engine Peripherals Business, Profit Centers Industrial Filtration, Actuators & Heaters, Electric Drives & Applications and Member of Management Board
Corporate Executive Vice President of Automotive Sales & Application Engineering and Member of Management Board
Corporate Executive Vice President, General Manager of Business Unit Thermal Management, Profit Centers Industrial Thermal Management, Control Units & Front-End Modules and Member of Management Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
MAHLE GmbH Key Developments
MAHLE GmbH Announces Earnings Results for the Six Months Ended June 30, 2015
Sep 17 15
MAHLE GmbH announced earnings results for the six months ended June 30, 2015. For the period, the company reported net income was EUR 130 million, compared to EUR 146.1 million for the same period ended June 30, 2014. Profit from ordinary activities for the six months ended June 30, 2015 was EUR 219.6 million, compared to EUR 217.1 million for the same period ended June 30, 2014.
MAHLE Announces New Mahle Piston Ring Coating for High-Output Engines
Sep 15 15
MAHLE delivers improved top piston rings using a new thermal spray coating for modern high-output direct-injection turbocharged gasoline engines (GTDI). Under development since 2011 at MAHLE's thermal spray development labs in Muskegon and St. Johns, Michigan, the new process initially was designed for high-output GTDI engines currently in production by two U.S. domestic automakers. The new coating also was developed to help meet requirements for new production engines planned for 2018-2020, which call for less cylinder-bore friction and the use of lower-viscosity oils and alternative fuels. It provides the superior performance of a more costly premium inlaid top ring. The new coating, also referred to as MSC312, improves upon the scuff-and-wear capabilities of MAHLE'S well-known MSC385 coating because of its chromium nitride composition. MSC312 uses chromium nitride in top ring coatings applied through a high-velocity oxygen fuel (HVOF) method. Typically high-output engines under 3.5 liters are susceptible to low-speed pre-ignition or mega-knock. HVOF coatings are the only family of coatings that currently can survive high levels of low-speed pre-ignition in GTDI engines without damaging the top piston ring. Tested against the MSC385 (chrome carbide HVOF) currently used in several North American production engines, MSC312 improves wear by up to 25% as well as providing improved scuff resistance. The thickness of the new coating also can be adjusted to meet engine durability requirements. Chromium nitride (CrN) coatings are common in the piston-ring industry when applied by physical vapor deposition. CrN generically provides excellent wear resistance and low friction between piston ring and cylinder wall. It also resists scuffing at the ring-to-wall interface. MAHLE's new coating is the first thermally applied piston ring coating to use chromium nitride in its formulation. The addition of molybdenum-chrome provides enhancements to pure CrN. In the past, top-ring coatings were applied using conventional plasma methods. In downsized GTDI engines conventional top-ring plasma rings are not sufficiently robust to survive high levels of low speed pre-ignition activity associated with low-speed, high-boost conditions found with GTDI engines. Conventional plasma methods are used for ring production at MAHLE's St. Johns plant and at MAHLE's facilities in Europe, South America and Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Mahle Group Announces Earnings Results for the First Half of 2015
Sep 7 15
MAHLE Group announced earnings results for the first half of 2015. For the period, the company achieved sales of EUR 5.53 billion and has thereby grown by 12.5% compared with the same period in the previous year. At EUR 324.5 million, earnings before interest and taxes are also 17.2% above the previous year's value. The EBIT margin rose to 5.9%. Adjusted for consolidation effects, sales grew by 10.1% in the first half-year.
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