The JEAN MÜELLER company was founded in Eltville on the Rhine in 1897 by Jean Müller, who, while working on the lighting of the Eiffel Tower in Paris for the 2nd World Exhibition in 1895, had the idea of improving the existing electrical fuses and starting their production. Currently, JEAN MÜLLER GmbH is the world's largest manufacturer of fuse switch disconnectors, the largest German manufacturer of cable connectors and polyester cabinets (it has been producing them for almost 40 years), as well as cable and transformer terminals, low voltage switchgear and fuse links. In the last 2 years, the company has become a leader in the field of fuse links, bases and disconnectors for protecting photovoltaic devices. The company sells its products in over 70 countries around the world. The vast majority of these products are manufactured in factories in Germany using innovative know-how resulting from over 100 years of experience. The production is highly automated and robotic, which means the highest quality of the offered products and competitive prices. In 2007, JEAN MÜLLER bought a 10% stake in the Slovenian ETI concern and the companies cooperate on various markets.