FRÜH Schnellbautechnik is a Swabian family business and, with its uniquely comprehensive product range, ranks among the leading international suppliers of installation and mounting systems for the various areas of construction.
Today’s FRÜH Schnellbautechnik GmbH was founded by Friedrich Früh as "Friedrich Früh Schnellbautechnik” in 1955. After the invention of the first fastening claws for mineral fibre boards, production began in Zizishausen in 1958.
By developing innovative fastening claws for profile boards and panels, FRÜH quickly established itself as a system supplier in the then young dry interior construction sector. It then relocated in 1971 to Neckartdenzlingen to a considerably larger development and production building. The first FRÜH patent, which then created numerous other patents and property rights, dates back to 1974, and was followed by the continuous expansion of the product range for the drywall construction area.
1994 was marked by the introduction of CAD technologies in in-house tool manufacturing for the construction of prototypes. This led to the opening of new markets such as contract manufacturing of stamped parts (mass customisation). In 1998 it was renamed FRÜH Schnellbautechnik GmbH; Frank Früh took over the management from his father, who died the same year. Today’s supply range comprises more than 500 items that provide stable, concealed built-in functional mounting with modern systems “made in Germany” all over the world.