Huf Hülsbeck & Fürst develops and produces mechanical and electronic key systems, lock sets, steering locks and remote control systems for the automotive industry. Founded in 1908 in Velbert, the company first supplied lock sets to Mercedes Benz (now Daimler AG) in 1920. Today, Huf has approx. 4,500 employees located in 12 countries worldwide. More than 200 designers and technicians working in the offices in Velbert and Günding (Germany), and in Milwaukee (USA) are engaged in research and development. Huf was the first company to develop components for the new car access and immobilization systems "Passive Entry" and "Keyless Go". Huf NA is Headquartered in Milwaukee WI with offices in Farmington Hills, MI, a plant in Greeneville, TN and a plant in Puebla Mexico.