about us

At Hager, we are committed to being your one source for full line door hardware and electronic access control. Every product that Hager offers is backed by a 170-year plus legacy of quality, reputation, and excellence. We stand alone as one family and one brand. We create products that make a difference in one community at a time, while being mindful of the one planet we all share.

hager locations

Corporate Office
139 Victor Street
St. Louis, MO 63104
[email protected]

Montgomery Operations
150 Folmar Parkway
Montgomery, AL 36105

Southwest Office
14241 Firestone Blvd, Suite 400
La Mirada, CA 90638

Dubai Office
PO Box 17967 / FZS1-AB05
Jebel Ali Free Zone, South 1
Dubai – UAE
[email protected]

China Office
North Region, 3/F, No.5-2 Building, Zhuhai Park,
Zhuhai Macau Cross Border Industrial Zone,
Zhuhai Guangdong Province China

 

legacy

It’s been more than 170 years since Charles Hager first started working in a blacksmith shop. In that timespan, we’ve grown from forging wheel rims for Conestoga wagons to offering more than 6,000 door hardware products. Today, the products created by Hager Companies can be found all over the world for good reason: they’re built to last.

made in america

Since Hager’s inception in 1849 our Hager brand commercial hinges have always been made right here in America. And it’s not just hinges. The bulk of Hager’s traditional door hardware lines are American-made.

Currently, Hager Companies stands alone as the only provider of a full line of door hardware that is US-based.  Our corporate headquarters is in St. Louis, Missouri, where our legacy began more than 170 years ago, and our manufacturing plant in Montgomery, Alabama, creates the bulk of our traditional product lines. For us, it’s important to support every community around the world, but particularly the community where our story began.

For more information on how Hager door hardware meets the Buy American Act, contact [email protected]

Every product that Hager offers is backed by a 170-year plus legacy of quality, reputation, and excellence. For an in-depth look at our history, visit Hager History.

Hager’s core

Hager’s Corporate Pillars change every year to reflect the company’s overarching goals for the year. This year, the company is focusing on ERP, EAC, Culture, and Modernizing Manufacturing.

mission

To provide a complete line of quality door hardware to our customers at a competitive price with impeccable customer service as a market leader, thereby creating value for our customers and stakeholders.

values

Honesty & Integrity

Accountability

Genuine Customer Collaboration

Exceptional Service

Respect & Teamwork

vision

Hager’s vision is to be our customers’ first choice throughout the world for quality door hardware to help our businesses grow and positively impact the industry through a focus on customer collaboration.

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Engineers Work in the Door Hardware Industry

In honor of National Engineers Week, we are highlighting Hager Companies’ Engineering Teams. Hager Companies utilizes the talent of three different types of engineers: product, design, and manufacturing engineers in both our St. Louis and Montgomery locations....

hager 360 podcast

On this podcast, we’ll be taking you on the journey of supplying door hardware and electronic access control products on a project from pre- to post-construction, and the points where Hager team members will meet you along the way to provide you an elevated level of service and support.

You can listen on our website and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. We’ll be uploading new episodes biweekly on Tuesdays, so check back next week to listen to our first episode.