Greiner GmbH since 1922.

1922 was the founding year of GREINER and the beginning of a continuously growing, family-owned enterprise that was passed on to the third generation so far. The first two generations especially focussed production on hairdresser's chairs and parts for these. model 903 is an almost unaltered contemporary witness of the seventies - the classical barber's chair is a living oldtimer, enjoying our customers' special esteem. In 1979 the production was enlarged by medical chairs and loungers, in 1988 by car seats, followed by the expansion of the production facilities as well as the administration building. Still today development and production are done on the premises, giving GREINER products a very high quality standard with respect to design, functionality and technology, also a flexible and quick product strategy as well as a close contact to our customers.


We Design Quality.

Made by GREINER is Made in Germany. In the Swabian village of Pleidelsheim, on approximately 16,000 square metres, we daily prove that this is exactly our key to success. Computer aided automation has had a long tradition in our production halls and is also one reason for an extremely high quality standard. GREINER's outstanding quality in design, functionality and technology in combination with a great flexibility for integrating necessary handwork makes us a partner for demanding and quality-conscious customers. In the beginning there is a vision. We continuously develop new products, thus creating standards with respect to innovation, design, individuality and functional quality. An independent, certified quality assurance system certifies our constant high quality. GREINER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 13485.


Siegfried Greiner

managing director

Walter Greiner

managing director

Kristina Greiner

sales and marketing manager

Katja Bärlin- Greiner

finance and accounting

Steffen Henschel

costumer support, aftersales service

Ralph Schmitt

sales/ productmanagement medbest

Alexander Bojovic

sales/ productmanagement traffic