Flex-Elektrowerkzeuge

FLEX-Elektrowerkzeuge GmbH is a German producer of high end power tools with headquarters in Steinheim. After producing flexible shaft grinders since 1922, FLEX invented the "Flex" or angle grinder in 1954. The company created a partnership with American tool producer Porter Cable, until Pentair sold its power tool division to Black & Decker in 2004. Black & Decker divested itself of FLEX tools. In 2013 FLEX tools were taken over by the Chinese Chervon Holdings Ltd[1].

FLEX-Elektrowerkzeuge GmbH
GmbH
Founded1922
HeadquartersSteinheim an der Murr, Germany
ProductsProfessional power tools
Number of employees
240
Websitewww.flex-tools.com/de/index.php/ 

In North America, FLEX sell mainly metalworking (grinders and polishers) and masonry power tools, but in Europe it also makes and sells woodworking tools.

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