With our products, such as the MARTIN-Horn®, known worldwide, we contribute to making the work of the emergency and security services safer. Our promise: The best quality to ensure optimal perception.
Our expertise in signalling has been developed over many decades. We constantly seek to advance and perfect it. It”s no coincidence that our company’s name is a byword for the resounding signal that says “help is on the way” in the event of an emergency.
At our production site in Philippsburg, we currently employ around 45 employees in assembly, the workshop and management. “Made in Germany” is our guarantee. In addition to the MARTIN-HORN® 2298 GM and 2097 GM for fire engines, emergency vehicles and special purpose vehicles, we also produce signal systems and pause warning signals for industrial plants, conveying technology, in outside areas, crane systems and engine rooms (shipbuilding). Furthermore, we produce signal generators for Co2 extinguisher systems and sprinkler systems.
The following entities use our signalling trumpets and signalling horns:
ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways), DB (Deutsche Bahn AG, the German railway company), Dutch Railways and also security, surveillance and inspection services.
Our company will be closed from Wednesday, December 23th, up to and including of Thursday, December 31st 2020.
From Monday, January 04th 2021, we will be back for you as usual.
Today, it’s hugely important that special service vehicles are noticed and heard in street traffic. We aim to achieve this with our MARTIN-HORN®. The special method that the horn employs to generate sound means that our siren is more effective at penetrating through the noise of the other traffic.
Our promise: The best quality to ensure optimal perception.
However, if you wish to apply for a career at Max B. Martin and believe that you would be a good fit for us, we would be happy to receive an open application from you. Please send your application documents, in PDF format, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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