Production at Liebherr
Every single Liebherr appliance results from our applied expertise, investment in painstaking development work, and huge attention to detail. Before a model goes into series production, our engineers spend months on end researching and developing all aspects, to ensure that only premium quality appliances, ones that meet the highest standards, are produced.
Our appliances and components are subjected to quality controls throughout the entire production process, so that only appliances of the highest quality leave our production sites. Our highly qualified and well-trained employees are always at the heart of this process and, thanks to their commitment and their own high standards, they guarantee Liebherr's award-winning quality.
Research and development
Employees as a success factor
At our state-of-the-art production sites, highly qualified personnel create premium quality refrigerators and freezers that meet the highest demands. Through their great attention to detail, our employees ensure that every single appliance meets the highest quality standards.
Whether it's extreme temperature or high humidity, our appliances function correctly and efficiently under a range of ambient conditions. Climate chambers are used to demonstrate the appliances’ versatility under long-term test conditions; ones that far outlast standard testing periods.
Our professional anechoic chambers enable us to listen-in to the appliance, very closely, to discover where potentially annoying noise sources might occur, and to discover how our engineers can further improve acoustics to dampen noise emissions and to optimise the sound quality of moving components, such as doors and drawers.
Fast distribution to retailers – using the shortest routes – anywhere in the world: our ultra-modern logistics centre acts as the transit point for Liebherr refrigerators and freezers. Here, appliances are loaded onto vehicles and prepared for global shipment, utilising not only the roads but also the rail networks, as sustainable and future-oriented transport channels.