Inspiring the customer
The success of the Weber company is relatively easy to explain: Our convincing performance and service give cause for enthusiasm. With uncompromising high quality, with innovative solutions and individual service. That is the basis for our reputation as a ""High Tech Company"". Worldwide. I am only satisfied when our customers are also satisfied. This claim is an obligation for all employees. Yesterday, today and in the future. Our markets are changing at an incredibly high speed. That is why we remain in motion. You can count on that.
Yours, Guenther Weber
About the Weber Group
From weight-accurate slicing to the precise infeeding and packaging of sausage, meat and cheese: Weber Maschinenbau is one of the leading system providers for sliced products and one of the most important partners for the food processing industry. The portfolio is versatile and offers perfect solutions for all requirements and application areas.
Weber has constantly been setting new standards since 1981 with innovative power and know-how – with powerful and efficient solutions that are characterized by precise results, high product yields and minimal give-away. The company has its origins in the production of derinding and skinning machines, which are still an integral part of the product portfolio. Customers all over the world today have access to a broad range of machines as well as line and automation solutions – for craft or industry in every class.
In 2011, the subsidiary Textor Maschinenbau was founded in Wolfertschwenden (Allgäu). "Smart & Easy" are the slicers and line components that Textor manufactures and which primarily cover the requirements of more compact classes. Textor solutions are characterized by clever ideas, open design and easy cleaning.
Weber has held a majority share in Wente/Thiedig GmbH since 2015. The Braunschweig-based company develops camera and image processing systems that are used, for example, in the optical scales and scanners of slicers. The share acquisition of the company's long-term development partner has increased the potential for further innovations in the area of scanning technology.
Due to the merger with a renowned packaging machine manufacturer, thermoformers have been added to the portfolio of the Weber Group since 2017. Weber is now able to offer integrated and highly automated system solutions, from slicing to packaging of cold cuts, all from a single source.
For even greater customer proximity, rapid availability and personal service, Weber is steadily advancing its international presence. Round about 1,500 employees at 22 locations in 18 nations are employed at Weber Maschinenbau today and it is their commitment and passion that contributes to the overall success of the Weber Group every day. From the beginning, the company has been family-owned and is today led by CEO Tobias Weber, the eldest son of the company’s founder Günther Weber.