Record-level balance sheet

Press information 03-2023 dated  11/04/2023

WEBER Schraubautomaten closes financial year 2022/2023 with record turnover | Wolfratshausen company resists global crises | sustainable growth based on highest credit ratings | more employees at the site

Wolfratshausen – WEBER Schraubautomaten GmbH closed the financial year 2022/2023 on March 31, 2023 with an excellent result. The medium-sized company and market leader in the development of machines and systems for automatic screwdriving once again significantly increased its order intake, turnover, and profit. WEBER continues its successful trajectory that is based on sustainable growth with innovative products and solutions, strengthening its worldwide leading position despite difficult market conditions.

While the company had a turnover of 60 million euros in the previous financial year, this figure has now increased to 75 million euros – a growth of around 25 per cent. Similar growth rates are also reflected in the figures for order intake and profit. The number of employees at the Wolfratshausen site increased from 303 to 330 during the same period – another record.

Karl Bujnowski, Managing Director of WEBER: “We had to fight hard for the success of our company during this past year, as the skills shortage across various industries, exploding energy costs, and unstable delivery chains have created new challenges that are at least as complex as what we faced during the pandemic. The power of innovation of our company was not affected by this, though – quite to the contrary. The considerable increases in order intake, turnover, and profit are the direct result or our uncompromisingly customer-focused product development – paired with the extremely solid financial basis and credit rating of WEBER. Absolutely all of our employees have contributed to this success. They are the backbone of the company. The management therefore thanks the entire WEBER team for this excellent team performance!”

Growth based on innovation and trust

The now completed new building and expansion of the office buildings and the production capacities at the Wolfratshausen site are a clearly visible sign of the stability and growth of WEBER. All work was completed on schedule and the processes in the new spaces have now become routine. The site had to be expanded in order to process the increasing order intake quickly and with the best possible quality.

Michael Paul, Head of Commercial Management WEBER Group: “Our company does not force overheated growth processes, but focuses on the specific requirements of the international markets in the field of assembly process automation. The very positive balance sheet figures therefore reflect real demand. This trend will continue, and we are consequently increasing the number of employees at our headquarters in Wolfratshausen. We can therefore enjoy a confident start into the next financial year and strive for a further increase in turnover. WEBER is perfectly set up for the future.”

WEBER has a very positive assessment of the market development in the field of automation technology. The increased pressure on companies to increase the efficiency of assembly processes is directly reflected in the rising demand for the required machines and systems. WEBER are therefore strengthening their application-related product development and have a product portfolio that is available worldwide.

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