Welcome to SCHROTH

Over 70 years of experience in the field of occupant protection systems have made SCHROTH Safety Products GmbH the specialist for seat belts and passenger restraint systems, and the company numbers among the global market leaders in aircraft seat belts for the civil aviation sector. At production plants in Germany and Florida, USA, the company develops and manufactures a large variety of restraint systems for the aviation industry. Currently, almost all Airbus passenger airliner models feature SCHROTH cabin-crew restraint systems, and numerous other prominent airlines (e.g., Lufthansa, Air Berlin) keep their passengers safe with SCHROTH seat belts.

In addition, the company from Arnsberg in Germany also sees itself as a problem solver for specialized niche applications, such as the development of safety belts for military ground vehicles. SCHROTH not only holds a leading position on the global market in this particular sector, it is also the technology leader in seat-belt airbag systems. In another key area of operations, SCHROTH is the leading global manufacturer of motorsport seat belts. Many of the teams participating in the German Touring Car Championship and the American NASCAR racing series use SCHROTH restraint systems to secure their drivers.

News

SCHROTH Management and Perusa Secure Independent Future for SCHROTH Safety Products

Press Release

Pompano Beach (Florida, US)/Munich (Germany), December 21, 2017 – SCHROTH Safety Products, a global leader in the development and manufacturing of occupant protection systems for specialized applications in aerospace, motorsports, defense, and medical transport, is preparing to transition to a new ownership as part of a planned management buyout (MBO)...

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SCHROTH RACING - on board with BK Racing at Loudon - NASCAR

One of the leaders in safety innovation, SCHROTH Racing, will join BK Racing as primary sponsor this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The international aviation and racing belt company will adorn the No. 23 Camry driven by Corey LaJoie.

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