The roots of Carrier Kältetechnik Deutschland GmbH can be traced back to the foundation of modern refrigeration. Nearly 140 years ago, in August 1877, Carl von Linde (1842-1934), a scientist, inventor and entrepreneur, received the first patent on his refrigeration machine – a first step toward modern refrigeration applications in research, industry, commerce and household. Two years later, the original German “Gesellschaft für Linde’s Eismaschinen AG” – the company for Linde’s ice machines – was founded by this pioneer of refrigeration technology. The later established company, Linde Kältetechnik, was acquired by Carrier Corporation in 2004.
Today, Carrier Kältetechnik Deutschland GmbH offers its customers a broad portfolio of technological solutions for product refrigeration, freezing and integrated systems for building heating and cooling, as well as associated services.
A large variety of display cases for the presentation of refrigerated and frozen-food products is available to meet the needs of a wide range of food retail customers. Following in the footsteps of its founder, Dr. Willis H. Carrier, and sharing his dedication, Carrier Commercial Refrigeration Germany has always invested in research and development. In early 2007, a Research Development Center for product innovations was inaugurated in Mainz-Kostheim, Germany.
Carrier Kältetechnik Deutschland GmbH is part of Carrier Global Corporation, a leading global provider of innovative HVAC, refrigeration, fire, security and building automation technologies. Supported by the iconic Carrier name, the company’s portfolio includes industry-leading brands such as Carrier, Kidde, Edwards, LenelS2 and Automated Logic. Carrier’s businesses enable modern life, delivering efficiency, safety, security, comfort, productivity and sustainability across a wide range of residential, commercial and industrial applications.