The roots of Bavaria go back to 1923, when Bavaria Feuerlöscher-Apparatebau was first established in Falkenstein, Germany. The objective of the company was to manufacture quality firefighting equipment and supply safety at a time of great need. Bavaria with its old heritage is the second oldest fire extinguisher manufacturer in Germany.
Many years later, with a vision of globalization that was ahead of its time, Bavaria Egypt stock company was established in 1971 as an Egyptian German joint venture. Bavaria Egypt's main objective has always been to provide innovative, reliable and sustainable high quality fire fighting products to meet the current and future market demands, providing safety to individuals and the society at large.
In 1999, both companies merged together under one holding company; Bavaria Holding and thus expanding turf on both the national and international levels. Features of the benefits reaped are quite numerous including the integration of their market strategies, product packages, the combination of the production facilities in Germany and Egypt as well as the endorsed experiences, research and development activities. BAVARIA HOLDING has other subsidiaries like Bavaria Free-Zone that is specialized in logistics and free zone operations and Bavaria Alarm, a turnkey provider for automated alarm and fixed fire fighting installations and systems. Today, on the international level, BAVARIA HOLDING extends its market endeavors to many countries. Bavaria is directly present through its own subsidiaries in Lebanon and Sudan as well as being active in the European Union as well as in several other countries. Under the umbrella of its six companies Bavaria secures the supply of its wide range of products through 26 owned branches in 5 countries. This allows hands on reliable consultations, prompt supply, technical support, and after sale services. Thanks to its well-developed fleet of customer service vehicles that deliver high quality services on site to 50,000 contracted service customers and is committed to fulfilling their requests within 72-hours. Bavaria is perhaps the largest producer in Africa, the Middle East, and Europe for cars' fire extinguishers with a capacity of up to several million fire extinguishers per annum.