System solutions for living spaces
Vauth-Sagel has stood for contemporary and innovative storage space solutions for over 55 years. The owner-managed family business develops, manufactures and sells system components for the kitchen and furniture industry that are aimed at making people's lives more comfortable. With many years of expertise in working with all of the materials used, 1000 employees manufacture more than 85 million quality products "Made in Germany" every year. "Vauth-Sagel creates high quality system solutions for all living spaces. And for everyone." With this promise, Vauth-Sagel accommodates the needs of its customers around the world with ground-breaking inspirational innovations they can include in their product design and fittings to ensure that they are always the one decisive step ahead.
- Heinz O. Sagel, Thomas Sagel, Claus Sagel
- Furniture, medicine, automotive, caravanning, multimarket
- System components made of wire, steel, sheet metal, wood, plastic
Finishing & assembly
- about 850
- Brakel-Erkeln, Paderborn, Beverungen, Korbach
- FSC®, ISO 14001, LGA
Current press releases
Vauth-Sagel: The head of strategic purchasing is retiring
Dieter Wiesemann started his career about 50 years ago with Mauser Waldeck AG, which has been part of the Vauth-Sagel group of companies since 2004. Dieter Wiesemann is now saying goodbye to the day-to-day business. The long-term strategic purchasing manager completed his full-time role at the end of February. However, his expertise is not lost; remaining as a senior consultant, to the group.
Vauth-Sagel’s Design Dialogue
As an international company, it is essential for Vauth-Sagel to understand the needs in the respective target markets. In order to exchange ideas with planners, designers and architects and to gain knowledge about the Russian market, Vauth-Sagel organised the Design Dialogue at the furniture fair Mebel Moscow 2019 for the third time in succession.
Vauth-Sagel at SICAM 2019
More flexible, more comfortable, more open – at the Italian supplier industry trade fair SICAM, Vauth-Sagel will be responding to a current key trend: the blurring of the boundaries between the different living zones. In response to this trend, the company will be presenting products that work not only in the kitchen but also in the living area or utility room.