Guiding principle 1:

We stand for inno­va­tion, spir­it of the age, fash­ion and quality.“

Guiding principle 2:

We see our employ­ees as the cen­tral dri­ver of our suc­cess and, as part of the Fuchs Schmitt fam­i­ly, we are grate­ful to them for their great commitment.“

Our history

Fuchs Schmitt was found­ed in 1967 by the entre­pre­neurs Paul Fuchs and Hans Schmitt, who laid the foun­da­tion for our ongo­ing suc­cess sto­ry with sound knowl­edge and dri­ve. Today, Mrs Andrea Krumme, the new head of Fuchs & Schmitt con­tin­ues the good coop­er­a­tion with the MV Unternehmensgruppe GmbH & Co.KG in Lin­gen, to which the com­pa­ny Fuchs Schmitt belongs. In 1998, Fuchs & Schmitt GmbH & Co. KG was award­ed with the inter­na­tion­al fash­ion mar­ket­ing prize of the IGEDO Com­pa­ny for high prod­uct inno­va­tion, fash­ion com­pe­tence and con­sis­tent brand pol­i­cy. For 15 years, the fox’s head has been a key visu­al in the col­lec­tion and brand iden­ti­ty. The Fuchs Schmitt brand can be found at all lead­ing cloth­ing stores, chain stores and cor­po­ra­tions as well as well-known mail order com­pa­nies world­wide. A team of design­ers and pat­tern mak­ers cre­ates two col­lec­tions a year, each com­pris­ing around 300 pieces. The head office in Aschaf­fen­burg employs 100 peo­ple, the com­pa­ny has been train­ing appren­tices for many decades and received an award from the Cham­ber of Indus­try and Com­merce in 2014.

Stand together – Mit starken Partnerschaften wollen wir die Erfolgsgeschichte weiter schreiben – Seien Sie ein Teil davon!

Our way of working

Our employ­ees are the dri­ving force behind the com­pa­ny – with­out them, the high qual­i­ty, pre­cise fits and per­fect work­man­ship of Fuchs Schmitt would not be pos­si­ble. We are con­vinced that fair pro­duc­tion con­di­tions are the key to suc­cess. That is why social­ly accept­able con­di­tions such as a ban on forced or com­pul­so­ry labour, equal pay for men and women, a ban on dis­crim­i­na­tion and a ban on child labour are our top pri­or­i­ties. For more infor­ma­tion on the labour prin­ci­ples, please vis­it www.bsci-intl.org.

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