What moves the world

Welcome to the Flender Newsblog. Discover why we do what we do, how our people and products move the world - and, most of all, what is moving and concerning you and us.


Flender at Achema Pulse
The digital trade fair for the process industry

Also in 2021, Flender is participating in the trade fair Achema. Achema is one of the major industry events for the chemical, pharmaceutical and food industry. This year, the trade fair is set up as an online only event named Achema Pulse.


Flender soccer players make a virtue of necessity

That has been a result that Flender soccer players had not dared to expect. 42,500 euros have been collected in their fundraiser that replaced the traditional charity soccer tournament. This is more than could be collected in most years by hosting the tournament. This had to be cancelled already in fall last year. At the same time, however, Flender soccer players came up with the idea to call for donations even without the tournament.


Welcome to our new websites!

Interactive, modern, and intuitive - these are the targets we have set for the re-design of our websites and As the Partner of Choice, our focus is on a positive user experience through and through, also on the web.


Innovative and eco-friendly packing system for large size bearings

What happens when you pair sustainability with thinking out of the box – in a literal sense? In our case, we have created a new, reusable packaging together with our supplier Schaeffler.


A Flender success story that begins in India 25 years ago

In 1996 Flender founded the Software Engineering Office (SEO) in Chennai. It was the starting shot for an ongoing success story in global co-operation between Flender locations. Read here how it developed, from eight young Indian engineers coming to Germany in January 96 to a more than 130-people-strong engineering hub today.

Flender is independent again

It is the beginning of a new chapter in Flender’s history. Back in October, Siemens and The Carlyle Group announced the agreement to sell Flender to Carlyle. This transaction has now been officially completed.