Company history from 2003 to today

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2017

Plant expansion

2017

wh Münzprüfer expands its plant for small series and has successfully launched a SMT production line in March 2017. This expansion represents a further focus on the company's strength: High flexibility and a short run from market through development to production.

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2013

New Building

2013

This new production hall and warehouse is the result of the growing demand of payment systems ‘made in Berlin’. In June we moved the production of the electronic payment components to this new factory. This investment in the future gathers the company’s strength of short ways from the market requirements via development to production.

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2010

Extended Product Range

2010

Cooperations with partner companies, which have been established and intensified during the years lead to an extended product range. Complete payment solutions including payment with coins, bank notes and cashless are offered.

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2007

Coin insert CIS 100

2007

Successful start with payment solutions in the retail business. The coin insert CIS 100 matches perfectly the requirements for coin acceptance in retail machines and met big interest of the leading manufacturers.

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2006

EMP 800.14

2006

The market leading position for payment components in PC based applications could be further enhanced with our USB coin selectors and various interfaces.

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2003

Founding

2003

Year of founding wh Münzprüfer Berlin GmbH. We are specialized on production and distributing of electronic coin selectors and adjacent products.

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MADE IN BERLIN

Products

The product portfolio includes electronic coin validators in various designs, as well as a wide range of assemblies for the automation industry, such as, for example, coin intersections, electronic insertion locks, PC interfaces for online terminals, money changers, hoppers or coin accelerators.

Markets

Our coin validators are used in nearly every country and across all markets, in which coins are used as a form of payment in machines. The necessary high verification reliability is ensured thanks to a wide variant selection and flexible measurement and security technology despite the use of products in different...

Currencies

A series of eight Euro coins (Euro and Cent) replaces the national coins of many EEC member countries since 01 January 2002. Unlike the proposed bank notes, these coins have marked differences in their appearance. The obverse of all coins displays a common European theme showing the value of the coin whilst the face...

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