WEBER BÜRSTENSYSTEME: QUALITY AND EXPERIENCE FOR MORE THAN 120 YEARS
2012: Opening of the logistics center in Selters (Hesse). Weber employs about 130 people at three sites, distributing our brushes in more than 30 countries all over the globe
1999: Ulrich Menken, great-grandson of the company founder, now starts leading the family-owned company together with his wife Stefanie.
Luftbild Bad Camberg
1996: Weber opens a subsidiary for sales and production in Schmölln (Thuringia).
From 1990: Expansion of product portfolio to include brushes and accessories for industrial and floor cleaning.
1980s: Weber adds production facilities, including new buildings. The first Weber weed brushes are launched in the late 1980s.
Expansion of logistic: Weber uses dedicated own vehicles for nationwide deliveries.
Starting in the early 1970s, the fields of application are added, e.g. brushes for the concrete block industry, for airports and sewage plants.
1970: Franz Weber jun. and Hellmut Menken, son-in-law of Anton Weber jun., lead the company in the third generation.
Major order in the 1960s. Brushes for large sweeping machines, medium-sized industrial sweepers and floor cleaners help to put Weber among the leading suppliers.
After 1945: Business slowly starts picking up speed again. Weber invests in the production facilities and in new applications; the brush product range is upgraded continuously. 1940: Weber’s sons Franz, August, Anton and Wilhelm take over the company and cooperate closely with road sweeper manufacturers.
Early 20th century: Demand for sweepers for road construction and machine-based road cleaning increases. Weber recognizes this trend and expands this part of the business.
1894: Aged 24, Anton Weber establishes a small handcraft business in Bad Camberg. Supported by his wife and three employees, Weber manufactures brushes for domestic and agricultural applications. Kleinmühle in the urban district of Erbach becomes the company headquarter a little later.
Anton Weber + Bild/Zeichnung „Kleinmühle