1976

Öhlins Racing AB founded by Kenth Öhlin

1978

Gennady Moiseev first Öhlins world champion

1981

World champion with Neil Hudson, MX250 Yamaha

1983

World champion with Carlos Lavado, RR 250 Yamaha

1984

First CES patent

Öhlins begins its R&D activites related to electronically controlled suspension in Jönköping, Sweden

1986

Yamaha purchases part of Öhlins Racing AB

1990

Öhlins CES operations move to new facilities at its current location

1991

World championship victory with Yamaha and Wayne Rainey in 500GP roadracing

1993

Nigel Mansell wins the CART championship on Öhlins suspension

1997

Öhlins USA opened a Subsidiary Sales & Distribution Centre in North Carolina, USA

1998

Öhlins ISO 9001 certified

Partner co-operation with Tenneco Automotive for CES, Continuously controlled Electronic System, by Öhlins

2003

Start of mass production of the CES technology for Volvo S60R

2006

TTX system released in the market

2007

Kenth Öhlin purchases back company shares from Yamaha and becomes 95% owner

More then 200 World Champion titles in Motorsport

Öhlins Distribution & Technical Central at Nürburgring, Germany opened

2008

Electronically controlled suspension made Haga a winner in the Donnington WSBK

2009

Launch car Road & Track worldwide

Launch Öhlins Mechatronic of Ducati Multistrada 1200S

The 1 millionth CES valve sold

2010

Launch of dual ride height system on Ferrari. Totally 21 grand slam on 2 & 4 wheels

2011

BMW R1200GS first Aftermarket EC application

Öhlins Auto Norden full service distributor for Nordic countries

The 2 millionth CES valve sold

2012

Launch Mechatronic on Ducati Panigale

Over 300 world champion titles with Öhlins products

The 3 millionth CES valve sold

2013

Öhlins becomes ISO/TS 16949 certified

Öhlins opens up Öhlins Asia Co., Ltd – Subsidiary in Thailand

2014

Mechatronic Smart EC on Yamaha R1M and Ducati Panigale 1299S

The 4 millionth CES valve sold

2015

The 5 millionth CES valve sold

The new office building was completed at Öhlins Racing HQ