Carrier Kältetechnik Deutschland GmbH
About the Company
Carrier Refrigeration Technology Germany played a crucial role in the inception of modern refrigeration technology. Approximately 130 years ago, in August 1877, Carl von Linde (1842-1934), a scientist, inventor, and entrepreneur, obtained the first patent for his refrigeration machine – laying the foundation for the utilization of modern refrigeration applications in research, industry, commerce, and households. Two years later, this pioneer in refrigeration technology founded the original "Gesellschaft für Linde's Eismaschinen AG" (later Linde AG). The later-established Linde Refrigeration Technology Germany GmbH was acquired by Carrier Corporation in 2004.
Today, Carrier Refrigeration Technology Germany GmbH is capable of offering its customers a diverse portfolio of technological solutions for cooling and freezing goods, integrated systems for heating and cooling buildings, as well as corresponding service offerings. A varied selection of refrigeration units is available to present chilled and frozen goods, meeting the needs of customers in the food retail sector.
In line with its dedicated founder, the company has always invested in research and development. In early 2007, a state-of-the-art research and development center for product innovations was inaugurated at the Mainz-Kostheim location in Hesse.