The company had the first 10 telephone lines in the region. This demonstrates not only its openness for new ideas, but also the significance of leather handcraft – at that time the third largest branch of industry in the region.
Setting up a bank account enabled the transfer of money. Holding account number 579 with the Post Office Bank in Munich, the company was among the first to offer the option of paying without cash.
Michael Dräxlmaier, his brother Peter and his son Sebastian were entrepreneurs with foresight and imagination. They acquired large machinery while generating the necessary energy with their own steam power plant.
The leather processing factory made Geisenhausen the industrial center of the Vilsbiburg region. Leather goods from the small community had an outstanding reputation all over Germany.