Chronicle of WEBER-HYDRAULIK Group
Emil Weber founds "Fabrikation hydraulischer Hebezeuge" (Production plant for hydraulic hoisting gear) in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim
The plant moves to Güglingen, 50km to the North of Stuttgart. The plant in Stuttgart was seriously damaged by heavy bombing. Only a few usable machines were recovered.
- 1950 onwards
Diversification within the product range: alongside the full range of jacks, many other products are also produced such as release devices for brake cylinders, hairdressers' chair pumps and stabilizers.
Production of the first tilt cab units.
Takeover of Strassacker-Ölhydraulik in Esslingen allowing the company to fully embrace the production of hydraulic cylinders
Founding of WEBER-HYDRAULIK GmbH in Losenstein, Austria
Move to a new production site in Güglingen
Production of hydraulic rescue equipment starts
Takeover of MADIX, a former East German vehicle jack producer, in Dresden resulting in all vehicle jack production being concentrated at MADIX
Cooperation to produce vehicle jacks launches with a Chinese partner
Founding of a joint venture with A.R.T. in the USA to assemble and market rescue equipment
Founding of the WEBER-BOVENAU LTDA joint venture in Brazil to produce tilt cab units
Founding of WEBER-HYDRAULIKA Sp. z o.o. in Poland for the production of vehicle jacks and hydraulic cylinders
Establishment of the subsidiary
Acquisition of the companies LOG Hydraulik GmbH in Unterahrrein und FLUIDTEAM Automations- technik GmbH in Constance resulting in an expanding of the product range with control units, valves and power units as well as application-specific system solutions
Founding of WEBER-HYDRAULIK India PVT. Ltd.