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Molitor GmbH

  • Audio Visual Equipment
  • Barriers & Queuing Systems

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+49 30 62 90 19 0

Schlesische Str. 31 10997 Berlin Germany

About Molitor GmbH

molitor curates, designs and organises exhibitions and projects for the worlds of art, culture and science since 2001. In the field of exhibition technology the company started developing innovative products connecting the ideas from its daily practise and its knowledge from its interdisciplinary team of experts.  With many years of experience in organising exhibitions and technical equipment for museums, molitor has developed a range of tailor-made products that is manufactured in small batches. Additionally, we put together individual solutions for special applications in close cooperation with our customers.

In our manufacturing workshop in Berlin, we started producing handsets for audio- und video stations in 2010. We have constantly developed the handsets further to a multifaceted range in required functions, durability and beautiful design. It is important to us to produce our products sustainably, fairly and with the least possible impact for the environment. We’re proud of the increase in our production and of the fact that our handset family USO, VIA and PLUX function as reliable devices to educate and inform the public in famous as well as small public spaces all over the world. To provide the handsets with a perfect match for audio- and listening stations we also assemble media players. Our audio player AP 01, and the media player MP 01 which will be supplemented by a newly developed 4-kplayer which is to be launched in July 2020.

As experts in the demands of museums technology, we also offer an installation system for exhibits and an elegantly designed barrier and guidance system LEANDER. We have further equipped this system with supplementary components for mounting graphic and information displays, holders for flyers and disinfectant dispensers, or other attachments which are required everywhere people have to be guided efficiently in public areas, where safe and discreet distances must be observed.

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