MAHLE Aftermarket GmbH
Pragstraße 26 - 46
D-70376 Stuttgart
Phone +49 711 501-0
Represented by the Board of Management: Philipp Grosse Kleimann, Jan-Frederek Thiele

Commercial Register Stuttgart HRB 14837
VAT registration number: DE812998973

Responsible for editorial content in accordance with § 55 paragraph 2 RStV (German Federal Agreement on Broadcasting and Telemedia):

Manuela Höhne
Director MAHLE Communications
Pragstr. 26 – 46
70376 Stuttgart

Links to third-party Websites

The Web pages of MAHLE Aftermarket GmbH contain links to third-party Websites. MAHLE Aftermarket GmbH does not acquire ownership of the third-party sites accessed via links and is not responsible for their contents.

The brand names followed by the ® symbol are registered in Germany and many other countries.

Privacy Statement

MAHLE regards the protection of personal data and the right to informational self-determination an important matter.

As one of the leading global suppliers to the automobile industry and manufacturer of components and systems for combustion engines and peripherals, we process information from business partners as well as existing and prospective customers all over the world. They expect any disclosed information to be treated as strictly confidential by authorised employees only.

  • Statutory requirements
    MAHLE has pledged to strictly comply with all national and international laws and regulations in order to preserve the right to informational self-determination.
    When collecting, storing and processing personal information, we observe European regulations on data privacy and all relevant national laws derived from these regulations. We are based in Germany and so the German Data Protection Act, Telecommunications Act and Broadcast Media Act apply within our company.
  • Principles
    We only process personal information on a contractual basis, with the consent of those concerned or in accordance with legal regulations.
    When collecting, storing and using personal information, we respect the basic principles of data minimisation and appropriation.
    We guarantee rights of information and data correction for the parties involved.
  • Processing and using personal data
    During your visit to our website, our server will automatically save the name of your internet service provider, the website from which you are visiting us plus the pages of our website you are visiting, the IP address allocated by your service provider as well as the date and duration of your visit. We can evaluate this information anonymously. Other personal information is then only collected and stored if you have given us express permission to do so.
  • Using and disclosing personal information
    Your personal information will only be used for the purposes for which you have voluntarily provided this information. Our employees and service providers are obliged to treat this information as strictly confidential. Your details shall not be sold or distributed to third parties outside of the MAHLE Group. Information is only disclosed to governmental institutions and authorities within the context of statutory national provisions.
  • Cookies
    In some areas of our website, we use so-called "cookies" to make our website pages easier to use and adapt them according to your needs. A "cookie" is a small text file stored on your hard disk.
    You can configure the browser settings to reject or delete cookies. Please note that configuring some settings may result in the limitation of certain functions on our website.
  • Security
    We employ specific organisational and technical measures to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the personal information we process. Our security measures are continuously upgraded in line with state-of-the-art technology.
  • Links
    Our internet pages sometimes contain links to external websites. Unfortunately we cannot accept responsibility for the content and data privacy statement of external websites.
  • Consent
    By using this internet site, you are authorising us to store and use your data as described in this statement. We reserve the right to revise and supplement the data protection statement. The current version of the published data protection statement applies.
  • Google Analytics
    This website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service of the Google Inc Google Analytics uses so-called „Cookies“, text files which are stored on your computer and which allows an analysis of the use of the website by you. The information generated by the Cookie about your use of this website (including your IP address) is transferred to a server by Google in the USA and is stored there. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the website in order to put together a report about the website activities for the website operators and to produce linked services with the website use and the Internet use. Also Google will transfer this information if necessary to third parties, provided that this legally prescribed or as far as third parties process these data on behalf of Google. Google will associate in no circumstances your IP address with the other data which are stored by Google. They can prevent the installation of the Cookies by a suitable setting of your browsers software; we point out to you, nevertheless, to the fact that you cannot use all functions of this website in this case if necessary fully extensively. By the use of this website you agree with the treatment of the data upraised about you by Google in the before described way and for the before named purpose.
    We would like to point out that the website Google Analytics uses the extension “anonymizelp0” and therefore IP addresses are processed in a shortened version only to avoid a direct connection to any person.
    The collection and storage of data can be declined with future effect at:
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  • Contacts
    If you have any queries relating data protection at MAHLE, please contact our internal company data protection officer at the official MAHLE GmbH address or via e-mail:

Slavery Statement California


This Statement on Slavery, Forced Labor, Child Labor and Human Trafficking (“Statement”) applies to MAHLE Industries, Incorporated and its subsidiaries and affiliates located and registered to do business in the United States (herein referred to as “MAHLE US”). MAHLE US is committed to the prohibition of slavery, forced labor, child labor and human trafficking in MAHLE US’s corporate activities and in its supply chain. This Statement sets forth the actions and efforts by MAHLE US to address potential modern slavery, forced labor, child labor and human trafficking risks related to MAHLE US’s business and its supply chain.

MAHLE US also makes this Statement in accordance with California Civil Code Section 1714.43, also known as the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (“the Act”), which went into effect on January 1, 2012.

Pursuant to the Act, a company headquartered or doing business in California must disclose to what extent it:

  • Engages in verification of product supply chains to evaluate and address risks of human trafficking and slavery;
  • Conducts audits of suppliers to evaluate supplier compliance with company standards for trafficking and slavery in supply chains;
  • Requires direct supplies to certify that materials incorporated into the product comply with the laws regarding slavery and human trafficking of the countries in which they are doing business;
  • Maintains accountability standards and procedures for employees or contractors that fail to meet company standards regarding slavery and human trafficking; and
  • Provides employees and management, who have direct responsibility for supply chain management, training on slavery and human trafficking. 

Currently, the following MAHLE US entities conduct business in the State of California:

  • MAHLE Aftermarket Inc.
  • MAHLE Industries, Incorporated
  • MAHLE Behr Troy Inc.


  • MAHLE US is headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan. It conducts business in various states, with offices and production locations located across the United States.  
  • MAHLE US is a part of the MAHLE Group. The MAHLE Group is headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany and currently operates through its affiliate and subsidiary companies on five continents at some 170 production locations and 15 major research and development centers.
  • The MAHLE Group is part of the global automotive industry supplying components to original equipment manufacturers and other automotive supply chain companies.
  • The MAHLE Group collectively has approximately +3000 direct suppliers that in turn each has its own supply chain.


1. MAHLE US’s Verification of its Product Supply Chain

  • Prior to entering into a supply relationship, MAHLE US requires its suppliers to agree to MAHLE US’s General Purchasing Terms and Conditions (“Terms and Conditions”).  An integral part of the Terms and Conditions is MAHLE US’s Supplier Code of Conduct, located on MAHLE US’s website, MAHLE US expects all of its suppliers to meet the ethical standards and requirements set forth in MAHLE US’s Supplier Code of Conduct.  Section 3 of MAHLE US’s Supplier Code of Conduct sets forth the following requirement:
    Respect for the Basic Human Rights of Employees - The supplier respects and supports compliance of internationally recognized human rights. The supplier rejects every form of forced labor and may not employ any person, who is under the statutory minimum age as stated in the applicable laws.”
  • During MAHLE US’s procurement process, MAHLE US requires its suppliers to complete a self-assessment questionnaire and will also conduct a preliminary site audit for select suppliers after MAHLE US awards the supplier the contract.
  • To further strengthen its existing verification process, MAHLE US has included slavery, forced labor, child labor and human trafficking topics in the supplier self-assessment questionnaire in order to further to survey, assess and verify whether MAHLE US’s supply chain is at risk.

2. MAHLE US’s Audit of its Suppliers

  • MAHLE US expects all suppliers to meet the ethical standards and requirements set forth in MAHLE US’s Supplier Code of Conduct, which is an integral part of MAHLE US’s Terms and Conditions.
  • When applicable, MAHLE US audits select suppliers at the production facilities during the initial supplier review and procurement process. During the initial procurement process, MAHLE US ensures that there is no indications of any violations of human rights laws, including child labor, slavery, forced labor or human trafficking.
  • MAHLE US will continue to identify other ways to support its commitment to ensure that its suppliers do not engage in child labor, slavery, forced labor or human trafficking.

3. Supplier Certification

  • Prior to starting a supply relationship with a supplier, MAHLE US requires its suppliers to agree to MAHLE US’s Terms and Conditions in writing.  MAHLE US’s Terms and Conditions incorporate MAHLE US’s Supplier Code of Conduct, which states suppliers must “reject every form of forced labor and to not employ any person who is under the statutory minimum age as stated by applicable laws.” Pursuant to MAHLE US’s Terms and Conditions, MAHLE US suppliers also certify they are in compliance with all local state and federal laws and regulations.
  • MAHLE US distributes its Supplier Questionnaire to select suppliers during the initial procurement process.  MAHLE US plans to update its Supplier Questionnaire to require suppliers further certify that materials incorporated into the product, its production locations, and business activities comply with applicable laws regarding slavery, forced labor, child labor and human trafficking.  
  • MAHLE US has updated its Supplier Code of Conduct in order to be more explicit about its prohibition on slavery, forced labor, child labor and human trafficking in its supply chain.

4. MAHLE US’s Accountability Standards and Procedures

  • MAHLE US’s Business Code (“Business Code”) outlines the actions and behaviour that MAHLE US expects of its employees and contractors. The purpose of the Business Code is to provide a legal and ethical framework when conducting business. All MAHLE US employees must confirm in writing that they will comply with the Business Code, MAHLE US’s policies, local, state and federal laws and regulations. Additionally, MAHLE US requires select employees in key functions and managerial positions to complete compliance e-learning training biannually.  The Business Code is readily available to all employees and contractors on and on MAHLE US’s intranet.
  • MAHLE US enforces its Business Code and policies and will subject employees who are in violation with disciplinary action.
  • If MAHLE US employees identify any potential signs of child labor, human trafficking, slavery, or other human rights abuses within both its workforce and its supply chain, employees should report it to their manager or through their employee/union representative bodies. A compliance ombudsman or ‘hotline’ is also readily available to all employees.

5.MAHLE US’s Employee and Management Training

  • MAHLE US requires all employees to be committed to the principle of non-discriminatory practices and respect internationally recognized human rights. Additionally, MAHLE US expects all employees to adhere to all local, state, and federal laws and regulations.  MAHLE US provides annual trainings across the sales and purchasing functions and management level meetings to remind its employees of important policies and requirements. 
  • To further strengthen existing MAHLE US policies and trainings, MAHLE US includes topics on slavery, forced labor, child labor and human trafficking during annual training of its employees and management responsible for supply chain management.