The origins of the company KAYSER date back to the year 1952, when Mr. Herbert Kayser incorporated his business for “modern commercial apparatuses” in Vienna, Austria. From this very beginning, KAYSER constantly developed, refined and maintained its focus on a niche market for specialized gas cylinders for food applications, for technical- and sport equipment and related tools.
In the year 1986 KAYSER was acquired by Mr. Johannes Conrad-Billroth and has been directed and developed by him ever since. Shortly after the turn of the millennium our subsidiary KAYSER s.r.o. was established in the Czech Republic and this move was the starting signal for the rapid development of the KAYSER Group and growth of KAYSER to a new era.
KAYSER’s strategic focus is committed to our customers and their requirements whom and which define our mission. We strive to anticipate and to fulfil the market’s demand in all segments of our niche market. Customer communication, market observation, identification of new developments and the integration of smart technology are systematically integrated in all KAYSER processes. To fulfil and, in best case, to exceed the requirements of our customers, KAYSER is constantly reviewing and improving all our products, facilities and processes.
The characteristics of KAYSER products as consumables define our focus on trustful long-term business partnerships. Reliability and compliance with stipulated conditions are our number one priority, not only because our products generate a constant demand from our distribution partners, but they rely on us to meet it. KAYSER develops and supports a trustful cooperation with all stakeholders and business partners. We act responsibly and solely cooperate with partners, who take on responsibility seriously just as well.
KAYSER Berndorf GmbH sees itself as a reputable business partner that has no desire to inflict confusing small print on its customers. So as long as there is no legal requirement to issue terms of business, we will not do so.
We supply all our goods in accordance with the relevant Austrian and EU legislation. Individual arrangements on aspects such as retention of title are listed on the delivery documents, and advance notice of these is given in the order confirmation or proforma invoice. The venue for disputes is Vienna.