MAHLE Filter Systems North America, Inc.
In 1964, company founders Hermann and Dr. Ernst Mahle transferred their ownership of the company to a foundation. A key project of the MAHLE Foundation is the Filderklinik, a non-profit community hospital near Stuttgart, established in 1975. To this day, the foundation sponsors its operation, expansion and renovation. At a corporate level, additional key areas of sponsorship are Waldorf education and research projects run by the Witten/Herdecke University. In keeping with this culture, MAHLE Filter Systems North America, Inc. located in Murfreesboro supports the United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties.
MAHLE Filter Systems of Murfreesboro is an automotive supplier with sales in excess of $235 million annually and employs more than 550 individuals. Our customers include Nissan, Honda, Ford, Chrysler, Hyundai and others. MAHLE's unique campaign strategy has enabled the company to be recognized with the Most Creative Campaign award and has shown significantly improved fundraising year after year. In 2013, MAHLE hosted the Employee Campaign Manager workshop, held their second annual Family Day and ran another successful United Way campaign.
“Although at times it is difficult to balance home life and professional obligations, my involvement with the United Way has allowed me to expand my involvement in the community on a personal and professional level which has been very rewarding in so many ways. In 2013 I was able to maintain my status as an ECM for MAHLE for a third year. MAHLE was awarded the Most Creative Campaign in 2011 and 2012. The 2013 campaign resulted in over half of our employees, making personal investments in our community. MAHLE is helping to create opportunities to improve lives.”
- Jeff Clark, ECM 2011, 2012, 2013