Without the past there is no future. Basis outlook Bosch always founded on the principles of transparency and long-term principles. That is why in today's uncertain times dynamic of Bosch is your reliable partner.
"I would rather lose money than trust." This fundamental principle is one of the most famous and quoted statements of Robert Bosch. Values such as trust, reliability and validity were the basis of his business - and have not lost their power and importance for the company today. These principles serve as a guide for the innovation potential of Bosch Group, quality standards, international orientation and corporate and social responsibility. In conjunction with this, they form the basis for the success of the company and its ability to make and meet today's challenges.
№1 in Europe. In the spring fair 1933 in Leipzig was successful premiere of the first refrigerator by Bosch; successful - not least because of its very special round shape. Over the next decades, from Bosch plant assembly came first food processors (1952), washing machines (1958), and dishwashers (1964) consistently expanded product line, including all new and new categories, so that Bosch was one the leading brand manufacturers of home appliances in Europe.
The company logo symbolizes the usual magneto in the case - one of the first items produced by the company. The idea of this logo was proposed by Gottlob Khonold November 30, 1918, and since 1921 all Bosch products is labeled with "magneto anchor in a circle."
Story does not end there - it continues. Today, Bosch holds a leading position among the high-tech innovative manufacturers in the world. There are new inventions that greatly facilitate our lives. We see how history is written before our eyes - we are all its direct participants.