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Movement creates mobility – and mobility can set a lot of things in motion. This simple principle reflects the philosophy behind our products.

GRASS GmbH Movement Systems

A globally successful group of companies, a fresh brand with tradition and an extraordinary diversity of perspectives – that’s GRASS in a nutshell. With sales revenues of 330 million euros in the financial year 2013, more than 1,700 employees at 18 locations and more than 200 distributors in 60 countries, GRASS ranks among the world’s leading specialists in movement systems.

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As development partner and systems supplier to the furniture industry, GRASS has been creating products which inspire its customers for more than 65 years. GRASS slide and drawer systems, hinge, flap and corner cabinet systems are brandname products that move the furniture of prestigious brands.


An eventful history, a dynamic present and a clear direction for the future.

GRASS was formed more than 65 years ago. The history of the Mepla factory goes further back still, the company having manufactured furniture fittings in Germany as early as 1929. A little more than ten years ago, the Mepla works merged with Alfit AG from Götzis/Austria, which had been formed in 1976. Both companies were acquired by the international Würth group in the nineties, and since 2004 GRASS also belongs to the Würth group.

Finally, 2007 was the year in which the new GRASS group was born, emerging from the merger of Mepla-Alfit and GRASS. This was the foundation of a worldwide company with exciting products in the furniture market, offering its customers innovative technology, top quality and state-of-the-art design.

Milestones of history

  • 1929 formation of Mepla works
  • 1947 formation of GRASS
  • 1976 formation of Alfit and GRASS France
  • 1977 formation of GRASS USA
  • 1987 formation of Alfit USA
  • 1991 Würth acquires share in Alfit
  • 1997 Würth acquires Mepla
  • 2002 formation of the Mepla-Alfit group
  • 2004 GRASS becomes part of the Würth group
  • 2007 merger of Mepla-Alfit and Grass to form the new Grass group