150 years of experience that have moved us.

On September 9, 1868 Carl Heinrich Müller laid the foundation for almost 150 years of company history.

Portrait Carl Heinrich Müller Under the management of the families Müller and Porst, the company survived two World Wars, the Big Depression as well as 45 years of communist planned economy. In 1972, it fell victim to the last dispossession wave and from now on continued to exist as a public enterprise.

On July 1st 1990, when the company was returned to family ownership, a new era of company history started. Now it was necessary to cope with the market standards that had completely changed in the meantime.

We have succeeded in doing this until today – like in the entire company history of 150 years – by combining proven methods with sophisticated knowledge and technology.


  • A good relationship of the company management to all of their employees and the continuous concern about their well-being are the foundation and basis of the success of our company. Hans Porst


  • It is always a pleasure when business partners become business friends. This is the result of mutual trust and appreciation.

    Hans-Heinrich Porst


  • You should treat your suppliers and service providers in a way that you wish to be treated by your customers.

    Thomas Porst


  • September 9, 1868
    Carl Heinrich Müller registered the company in the commercial register at the District Court of Reichenbach.
  • October 10, 1899
    Carl Heinrich Müller became an honorary citizen of the city of Reichenbach.
  • May 2, 1900
    Carl Heinrich Müller died at the age of 72 years old.
  • February 21, 1918
    The property at the Wiesenstraße in Reichenbach was acquired.
  • December 10, 1929
    The property at the Plauener Straße in Netzschkau was acquired.
  • April 9, 1972
    The company was turned into a "nationally-owned company" through forced nationalization.
  • July 1, 1990
    The company was reprivatized and the company C. H. Müller Schuhtextilien und technische Gewebe GmbH was founded.
  • June 30, 1992
    The administration and production was concentrated in the Netzschkau plant.
  • March of 2000
    Launch of the first meltprint lamination machine, beginning of the development of the hotmelt lamination department.
  • August of 2004
    Official launch of plant 1 at Gewerbering 1 in Heinsdorfergrund.
  • January 20, 2006
    Launch of the first laser system.
  • June 30, 2007
    Change of name to C. H. Müller GmbH based in the Heinsdorfergrund plant.
  • September 9, 2008
    140th anniversary of the company.
  • August 25, 2009
    Beginning of sewing / textile production / part manufacturing production.
  • End of 2011
    Launch of the new storage facility in plant 1 in Heinsdorfergrund.
  • February of 2014
    Extension of the production area in Heinsdorfergrund.
  • August of 2014
    Official opening of the third building in plant 1 in Heinsdorfergrund.
  • June 9, 2015
    Foundation of a US subsidiary based in New York.
  • September of 2015
    Ground-breaking ceremony for building the logistics center of plant 3 at Gewerbering 16 in Heinsdorfergrund.
  • April of 2016
    Beginning of the construction of the new administration and conference building in plant 1 in Heinsdorfergrund.
  • Juni of 2017
    Beginning of production in South Carolina.
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