PO Box 650031
Association Industrial Park (VIP)
Mon-Thurs 6am-3pm and Fri 6am-12am,
Visit by confirmed appointment only.
Closed in August and from Dec 20 to Jan 10.
EXYD GmbH is registered in Commercial Register B, no. 729610, at the Local Court in Mannheim; the person responsible is Dr.-Ing. Detlef Schobert. The VAT identification number is DE271939096.
All products of EXYD are developed and made in Germany.
EXYD is a registered trademark and is protected by United States and other international trademark laws. We created the term "EXYD" in 2005. There are no strict rules for its pronounciation. Nevertheless, most people pronounce "EXYD" similar to the verb "excite" …
The contents on this site are protected by copyright law and other protective legislation. All the details on this site are checked, but no responsibility can be accepted for inaccuracies. Information on this site is subject to change without notice. The website contains links to other websites, for whose content no liability is undertaken.
We try to keep this site XHTML valid.
We comply with European and German data protection laws and adhere to the principles of data avoidance and data economy.
Responsible in terms of data protection laws is EXYD GmbH, Dreisteinheumatte 3, 74731 Walldurn, Germany, Telephone +49-89-89-555-234, E-Mail email@example.com, Dr.-Ing. Detlef Schobert.
Our website is available without personal data being collected.
When you access our website, general information is automatically recorded (server log file). This is not a specific feature of our website. This information is also generated when accessing any other website on the Internet. This information can not be assigned to specific persons.
We use the online programs "Bing Ads", "Google AdWords", "Instagram" and "Pinterest". When you reach our website via these programs, general information is generated automatically, but it can not be assigned to specific persons. With our participation in the advertising programs, we only want to ease access to our web site.
Communication is encrypted via HTTPS.
SiteLock monitors our website.
We are faced with the fact, that third-parties occasionally use EXYD product images and EXYD product names to offer fraudulently different goods. Another fraud pattern is, that in online services EXYD images are used once in a while to lure visitors to websites, which pretend to offer EXYD products.
EXYD produces exclusively in Germany, EXYD always produces order-related and delivers products only to end users, generally to general contractors, local steelwork companies or assembling firms. This allows EXYD to ensure conscientious material selection and proper handling. For example, EXYD-M is a wonderful product – nevertheless, restrictions have to be considered, so that a safe use is ensured and the expectations of the appearance is fulfilled.
We take actions against product piracy, but can not exclude it at any time, any place. Please contact EXYD in case of doubt.
EXYD was founded in 2006 by Detlef Schobert. A graduate in engineering and computer science and went on to obtain a PhD in engineering from the Faculty of Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. Before setting up EXYD, Dr Schobert gathered extensive experience of the building supplies industry in a managerial capacity. As Managing Director of Inox-Color, he set up the INOX-FORM Division and developed – in dialog with Herzog & de Meuron – a forming process that was first demonstrated at the Architecture Biennale 2002 in Venice. This process was later used to produce 140,000 sq ft of cladding for the Edificio Forum in Barcelona.
EXYD develops and produces decorative metal cladding for interiors and facades that are similar within the series, but differ in design from one component to next component. One of the first works dealt with the design of the entrance gate at 40 Bond Street in New York (Herzog & de Meuron). Other projects followed, predominantly in Europe, but also in North America, Asia and in the Gulf States. The contributions often give attention to the topics "Water", "Balancing Chaos and Order" and "Surfaces for High-Traffic Areas".