Bilz Vibration Technology AG was set up in 1985 as „Bilz Schwingungstechnik GmbH“ by our founder Dieter Bilz who thereby continued the work of his father.
The company produces and sells products and solutions for the isolation of equipment from vibration and sound.
Due to the consequent advancement especially in the field of air spring technology, Bilz could consolidate its position as the market leader in Europe. Our products are used for a very wide range of applications. From using simple elastomer springs all the way to active pneumatic vibration damping systems, we are practically always able to offer our customers economically sound solutions.
In 2006, Bilz was reincorporated as joint-stock company and the name was changed to Bilz Vibration Technology AG. Since the death of our founder in 2012, the famlily business has been continued by Marco Bilz in second generation.
This is why we are successful:
- Technical innovations
- Excellent customer service
- Competent on-site customer support
- Continuous readiness for delivery
- System supplier: from a project’s planning phase until installation you get everything from one source
Our Principles and Our Objectives
Means providing our customers with products that meet or exceed their expectations and specifications. Quality is not “relative”. It is the best that modern science and technology can deliver.
Means treating our customers with courtesy and competency, which explains why we put such emphasis on the technical and commercial training of our employees.
Need to be kept as short as possible. We can deliver most of the products from this catalog directly from our warehouse in Leonberg.
Is continually improved by providing our engineers and specialists with constant training. Only through regular engagement with modern technological developments can we guarantee that our employees keep their knowledge up-to-date.
Our prices are a fair reflection of the value of our systems and components. We put a great deal of emphasis on maintaining this relationship. If prices rose relative to value it would burden our customers, if prices fell it would inhibit our ability to continue innovating and providing service to our customers.