Unit Springs and Stabilizers
Employees working together in the spring factory

We are a globally active group of companies with over 3000 employees. We are currently producing at nine production facilities in Europe, North and South America, and China. Internationally positioned together with our ten sales offices and six development offices, we are a competent and innovative partner for the entire automotive industry, and have high development and manufacturing potential.

As early as 1562, a production facility of what is today the Business Unit Springs & Stabilizers was founded close to Werdohl, Germany. It initially performed only forging work. The first springs were produced in 1912, in Hagen-Hohenlimburg. Stabilizers have been manufactured at our location in Olpe since 1971.

Our locations and representations

Business Unit Springs & Stabilizers
Business Unit Springs & Stabilizers

Executive management

thyssenkrupp Springs & Stabilizers CEO Mario Gropp

Mario Gropp

Chief Executive Officer

thyssenkrupp Springs & Stabilizers CFO Dr. Tim Ellringmann

Dr. Tim Ellringmann

Chief Financial Officer

thyssenkrupp Springs & Stabilizers COO Martin Schmidt

Martin Schmidt

Chief Operating Officer

Careers at thyssenkrupp Springs and Stabilizers

Careers at thyssenkrupp Unit Springs & Stabilizers

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Become a part of our long-standing success story, and find out about current job vacancies, training opportunities and internships.

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Purchasing and supplier management at thyssenkrupp Springs and Stabilizers

Together with thyssenkrupp Springs & Stabilizers, you are a supplier of high-quality products for the automotive industry. In order to fulfil the expectations of our OEM customers, the requirements for suppliers must be clearly described and communicated.

In this context, the “Requirement Catalog for Suppliers” has become a major component of the thyssenkrupp Springs & Stabilizers supplier management system. In addition to basic requirements, it also describes more specific subjects from the areas of project management, product development and testing, and series production. The requirement catalog represents a set of guidelines for cooperation with thyssenkrupp Springs & Stabilizers.