Müller Möbelwerkstätten can look back on a long history in the joinery business. We have been producing high-quality furniture for private and business customers in Bockhorn, 40 kilometres north of Oldenburg (Oldb), since 1869.Müller Möbelwerkstätten stands for manufacturing expertise. We guarantee the professional production of furnishings and customised interior fittings, however unusual the shape and however complex the surface finish.With a floor space of 2,000 m², our production facility houses a highly modern machine park. Thanks to our production planning and control system, we are able to guarantee punctual delivery and a favourable cost/performance ratio.The depth of our in-house production allows us to be independent and enables us to perform – on the premises – the entire manufacturing process for all the components we need.It also means we can react fast, flexibly and capably to your requirements, whatever they may be.For us, traditional craftsmanship and modern CNC production engineering are not a contradiction in terms. Frequently, it takes a combination of modern production methods and manual skills such as ours to turn out furnishings and interior fittings that are genuinely top quality.Similarly, when it comes to the surface finish, we again combine industrial processes with manual procedures. Whether you require face veneer, linoleum, melamine coating or varnish – our surface coating department fulfils the most stringent demands.
Joinery shop founded by Gerhard Wilhelm Oetken in Bockhorn.
Original company premises built by August Oetken, son of G.W. Oetken, in the Urwaldstrasse.
Fritz Müller and his wife Wilma, née Oetken, take over the joinery workshop.
Dierk Müller and his wife Erika, née Onken, take over the joinery workshop. It is from this point that the company is named Müller Möbelwerkstätten.
Müller Möbelwerkstätten takes part in the international Cologne Furniture Show for the first time.
The company extends its premises by purchasing the site between the Urwaldstrasse and the Neuenburger Strasse. The premises now have a total size of 16,500 m².
Müller Möbelwerkstätten expands its production facilities, adding a hall with an area of 900 m².
Müller Möbelwerkstätten expands its production facilities again, adding another hall with an area of 900 m².
Jochen Müller and his wife Katja, born Lange, enter the company.