The Weber site in Neubrandenburg is located in the middle of the Mecklenburg Lake District. After German reunification, Günther Weber seized the newly created opportunities that had arisen and started building the production facility in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in 1998. The first machines were already being produced the following year. A lot has happened since then: thanks to extensive structural extensions, the site now comprises seven factory halls with a total area of 18,000 square meters and is therefore the second largest in the group of companies - an important milestone in consolidating the world market leadership of the company in the field of slicers.
In Neubrandenburg, about 450 employees mainly manufacture slicers (high-performance slicing machines) and skinners (derinding, skinning and degreasing machines). In addition, spare parts are manufactured and delivered here, machines are converted and customer machines are serviced. With the inauguration of the so-called "Weber Think Tank" in 2008, the location was expanded to include the areas of development and construction. Large investments in production and machine technology - thus. in automatic turning machines as well as grinding and welding robots - make the manufacturing at Weber Neubrandenburg a real pioneer of Production 4.0.
"The highly automated production and the efficient processes, we are well prepared for the future. What others are still talking about is a living reality with us."