Facts & FiguresOUR COMPANY IN FIGURES
Weber Automotive is financially independent and autonomous. We have stable financing and are well-equipped to deal with economic fluctuations and crises. We have a first-class, balanced customer portfolio. This includes companies that we want to continue to have as equal partners in the future. We also have employees that we rely on and with whom we can continue to grow. In short: Weber Automotive is ideally situated for a glowing future. The most important key performance indicators and facts prove this assertion.
|Management||Christian Weber |
|Plant management||Jürgen Burghardt, Markdorf |
Martin Bleimehl, Neuenbürg
Wolf Hawlitschek, Bernau/Berlin
Martin Bleimehl, St. Ingbert
Bernd Schubert, Magdeburg
Jonas Linke, Auburn Hills USA
Gyula Szalay, Esztergom, Hungary
|Quality management||Michael Pleikies, Markdorf|
|Head of sales||Udo Hähnel, Europe |
|Year of founding||1969|
|Ownership status||ARDIAN and Family Weber|
|Employees of Weber Automotive||1500|
|Production sites||Markdorf, Germany |
St. Ingbert, Germany
Auburn Hills, MI, USA
STRONG SALES GROWTH
Over the last five years, Weber Automotive has undergone encouraging economic development and has experienced strong growth. During this period, we more than quadrupled our sales volume from approximately 75 million euros in 2011 to just under 300 million euros in 2014. We are currently a healthy, financially stable family-owned company with more than 1500 excellent employees around the globe.
A BALANCED CUSTOMER PORTFOLIO
Weber Automotive works for the largest, most important automotive and commercial vehicle manufacturers and suppliers in the world. These are premium customers with which we share exclusive, long-term contractual partnerships. Each order constitutes no more than 20 percent of our entire production volume. These orders are usually for a period of at least eight years. We are the only (exclusive) supplier for 90 percent of our customers. Thanks to this diversification of risks, we are well-equipped to deal with economic fluctuations and crises.