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Our history: MÜLLER SPANNING more than six decades

Our company has developed its tradition since 1951 around regular new technical innovations that offer excellent reliability.

A BRIEF COMPANY CHRONICLE

2018MÜLLER presented with the first prize for innovation in the category “Components & Control Technology” by VAK e.V. for its MU-COCKPIT at IFAT in Munich. Relocation of customer service operations to the new MÜLLER ServiceWorld site.
2017Death of the owner Wolfgang Müller senior.
2016MÜLLER presented with the second prize for innovation in the category “Components & Control Technology” by VAK e.V. for its HELICOPTER at IFAT in Munich.
2015Launch of the MU-COCKPIT operating, control and communication unit and presentation of the new MU-PipeControl Eco leak detection kit at RO-KA-TECH in Kassel.
2014A global innovation, the MÜLLER Helicopter boom with 360° turning radius, presented to the specialist audience at IFAT in Munich.
2012Construction of a new, modern paint centre at the main plant in Schwalenberg. Supply of 8 suction pressure vehicles to Nigeria.
2011MÜLLER awarded a major contract to deliver a total of 50 VACUMASTER suction pressure vehicles to Bangkok, Thailand.
2010MÜLLER helped the Red Cross organisation in Ethiopia. Launch of a patented system for the control and monitoring unit MU-Speedcontrol.
2009The Wunderland model railway museum in Hamburg included a true-to-original reproduction of a CANALMASTER in its exhibition. MÜLLER delivered vehicles to the Algerian desert.
2008Delivery of the SIGNMASTER signage vehicle for roadworks to Berliner Wasser Betriebe for sewer operations. MÜLLER sold its first vehicle to Palma de Mallorca.
2007Introduction of regular driver and operator training workshops. Presentation of the MU-Telemaster satellite-based operating data collection system.
2006MÜLLER delivered a total of 24 vehicles to Berliner Wasser Betriebe. Volkwin Müller met the former “Solidarność” Trade Union Leader, Lech Walesa.
2005Launch of the MÜLLER Load-Sensing Hydraulic System. Presentation of the MÜLLER CARE maintenance contract for vehicle superstructures.
2004MÜLLER sold its first vehicles to Spain and Portugal.
2003Launch of a swivel-mounted tandem boom.
2001Wolfgang Müller jun. appointed Chief Technology Officer.
2000Foundation of MÜLLER Polska Sp.z.o.o in Poland.
1999Volkwin Müller appointed Chief Commercial Officer. The company founder, Julius Müller, was posthumously honoured by the municipality of Schieder-Schwalenberg by renaming "Industriestrasse" as "Julius-Müller-Strasse".
1998MÜLLER parted ways with FAUN. The founder’s grandsons, Volkwin Müller and Wolfgang Müller jun., bought back the MÜLLER shares from FAUN.
1997MÜLLER obtained DIN EN ISO 9001 certification.
1995Major contract from the Bundeswehr (federal armed forces) for 38 combined suction and jetting vehicles with water treatment systems.
1994Foundation of LOGIT Estland in Tallinn, Estonia.
1992Death of the company founder, Julius Müller.
1992Foundation of FAUN MÜLLER Umwelttechnik GmbH in Grimma near Leipzig.
1990Construction of a large assembly hall. Delivery of the first waste disposal vehicles to the former East German states.
1989MÜLLER Umwelttechnik merged with FAUN Umwelttechnik.
1987Major contract from Turkey for a total of 80 vehicles.
1985Company name changed to "MÜLLER Umwelttechnik GmbH & Co. KG".
1982Introduction of water treatment technology in combined suction and jetting vehicles.
1978Commissioning of a new production building.
1976Major contract from Saudi Arabia for a total of 70 vehicles. MÜLLER celebrated the 25th anniversary of its foundation.
1975Company founder Julius Müller awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.
1973MÜLLER became market leader for liquid waste disposal vehicles in Germany.
1970Commercial and legal separation of the service company and the production company. Wolfgang appointed CEO of the production company "Kanal-Müller, Julius Müller GmbH & Co. KG".
1966The founder’s son, Wolfgang Müller jun. joined the company.
1965Construction of an own production building and office building. Development of new combined suction and jetting vehicles.
1960Development of the first sewer cleaning vehicles.
1959A former shirt factory was purchased on Industriestrasse as a production site.
1958Kanal-Müller pulled an inspection camera through a sewer for the first time ever in collaboration with Kiel-based IBAK.
1952Production of sewer cleaning equipment commenced in the forge owned by Julius’s brother, Willy Müller.
1951Establishment of a waste disposal service company by Julius Müller called “Kanal-Müller, Julius Müller” in Schwalenberg.