Tradition and Future

In 1939, Heinrich Ahsmann took over the village carpenter’s workshop. By 1967 he had built Assmann up into a craftsman's business with 15 members of staff. Today, they employ over 300 people, having become a third generation company in 1999, whilst remaining an independent family business.

Assmann Büromöbel now stands for top quality, functional and design-oriented desk and storage systems. Office furniture for the lower to middle price sector is produced at their modern factory in Melle, near Osnabrück in Lower Saxony, Germany.

Gute Arbeit

The Assmann principle of supplying “Gute Arbeit” (good work) is evident at every stage of their production process. They strongly believe that the individual is at the focal point of product development and conceptual planning. After all, everyone has their own set of standards, ideas, requirements and objectives.

This is what Assmann really stands for: furniture and concepts, which make distinctive and individual office solutions both achievable and affordable. The entire range, which has been designed with flexibility and logic in mind, is based on individual furniture systems that combine to produce an array of design options for a wide variety of uses.

Corporate Responsibility

For Assmann product technology and product marketing, quality, innovative engineering, cost efficiency and protection of the environment play an equal role as strategic factors for the company.

Saving resources in the application of materials, the increasing recycling of individual parts used and the reconditioning of products that have been taken back bear witness to the evolved and established ecological awareness at Assmann. They show the way to an environmentally-friendly trend. Assmann voluntarily participate in the Environmental Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) and being certified according to ISO 14001.