HÜBNER Group is new member of Hamburg Aviation

The HÜBNER Group, global system supplier for the mobility sector, is now part of Hamburg Aviation. In its Mobility business segment, HÜBNER has a successful track record in the aviation industry extending back for more than 40 years. "We are proud to belong to Hamburg Aviation – a strong network that is facilitating valuable interaction and effective promotion in the aviation industry," commented HÜBNER General Manager Ingolf Cedra. Hamburg Aviation has numerous locations in Germany and abroad. In the Hamburg region, it is represented with the company ATG Autotechnik GmbH in Trittau and Siek.

Founded in 1946, the HÜBNER Group is the worldwide leader in gangway systems for buses and railway vehicles (Mobility), a well-recognized specialist for sophisticated elastomer solutions and products, insulation and composite materials (Material Solutions), as well as a supplier for applications in the field of laser, terahertz and high frequency technologies (Photonics). The HÜBNER Group employs more than 3,500 persons worldwide.

In the field of airport technology and aerospace, the family-owned company provides the best connection between passenger boarding bridges and the aircraft fuselage with its folding canopies and the complete "Passenger Boarding Bridge Interface" system. It also offers a comprehensive portfolio of material solutions for components made of silicone, rubber and composites as well as insulation materials that are used in airplanes, helicopters and ground-handling vehicles.

"Components made with HÜBNER materials meet the highest standards and are used around the world. With transfer innovations such as fabric-reinforced seals and rubber profiles with integrated sensors, HÜBNER is active across multiple sectors," explains Tim Konze, Business Development Manager for Material Solutions. The HÜBNER Group would like to share its expertise in the field of materials development in connection with Hamburg Aviation. "Very interesting future projects could develop in this context," says Dirk Kessler, Head of Airport Technology at HÜBNER.