WINIG takes over 100% of shared from GRECON.
- Gregor Baumbusch is going to become board member
- In the course of events of the concentration of the two production locations in Germany (Tauberbischofsheim-Hobeltechnik und Freiburg-Auftrenntechnologie) the board of the WEINIG AG decided to discontinue the work operation of the Waco Jonsereds AB/ Halmstad, Sweden.
- In the business area of 'cutting' (Raimann, Dimter, Luxscan) Herr Dr.-Ing. Johannes Mario Kordt substitutes Herrn Michael Holtmann after 7 years.
- Umbrella brand WEINIG will be extended further: The Grecon Dimter Holzoptimierung Süd GmbH & Co. KG, responsible for optimisation mitre saws and glueing presses within the Weinig-group with work in Illertissen, which will be renamed Weinig Dimter GmbH & Co. KG in march. The Grecon Dimter Holzoptimierung Nord GmbH & Co. KG situated in Alsfeld/ Leine will be as Weinig Grecon GmbH & Co. KG on the market.
NKT is relocated to Alfeld, operating as Weinig Grecon GmbH & Co. KG; Luxscan opens second location for production and assembly in Hautcharage/ Luxembourg
Weinig transfers component production for tools from Switzerland (Michael Weinig S.A., La Chaux-de-Fonds) to Tauberbischofsheim.
With effect from the 1st of July 2011 Mr. Dr.-Ing. Otto Leible takes over the management of Weinig Concept GmbH & Co. KG. This way he succeeds Mr. Uwe Motzkau, who left the company on the 30th of April 2011. The site in Yantai, China, is extended to 12000 m². In the future the production of machines for window construction Weinig Unicontrol for the Chinese internal market is going to take place.
Weinig takes over the HOLZ-HER GmbH, Nürtingen; Wolfgang Pöschl is CEO
Weinig founded the Weinig (Yantai) Woodworking Technology Co. Ltd. Yantai, China
Walter Fahrenschon is new CEO
GreCon Dimter Holzoptimierung Nord GmbH & Co. KG takes over the business of the NKT GmbH, Eppingen
Weinig takes over LuxScan Technologies, Luxembourg
Presentation of the manufacturing system Conturex; acquisition of the remaining shares in GreCon Dimter GmbH, GreCon Dimter Inc., USA, GreCon Dimter France
Rainer Hundsdörfer is new CEO, Wolfgang Wilmsen's retire; launch of the Powermat moulders series
Withdrawal of the Weinig AG by the Exchange; Weinig takes over the Control Logic Inc., USA
Acquisition of Raimann GmbH & Co. KG, Freiburg; Establishing of the Weinig Concept GmbH & Co. KG
Acquisition Weinig Japan to 100%; Introduction of fully automated Profiling Unimat 3000
Weinig takes over of 60% of the engineering sector of the Fagus-GreCon Greten GmbH & Co. KG, Alfeld, formation of the joint-venture GreCon Dimter Holzoptimierung Ltd. and its subsidiaries GreCon Dimter Inc. U.S. and GreCon Dimter France
Opening of a production plant in Yantai, China
Establishing Weinig Australia; Establishing of Weinig Yantai, China
Weinig absorbs Dimter GmbH
Weinig takes over Waco Jonsereds AB, Sweden
Weinig goes public
The company is converted into a corporation; Wolfgang Wilmsen is CEO
Bertold Weinig and Georg Demuth retire
Establishment of Weinig ASIA
Sale to Kuwaiti investors
The company is converted into a LTD
Establishment of Weinig UK. The families Weinig and Demuth prepare an alternation of generations - Wolfgang Wilmsen is director
Establishing Weinig S.A. Switzerland
Start of production of windows machines
Establishing Weinig USA
Maturity phase of the newly developed hydraulic tool system (Hydromat series); entry into the area of tool sanding machine production; beginning of the production of automation systems
Establishing Weinig Japan
Changing the legal status in GmbH & Co. KG
Introduction of the timed conveyor assembly, one of the world most modern plants for woodworking machines
Specialization of the product range on moulders
George Demuth is the case of shareholder Weinig
Introduction of mass production as the first company in the industry; George Demuth joins the company
Switching production to woodworking machines
Reconstruction of the deactivated company after the war by Bertold Weinig
Establishing of the company as a trading and manufacturing business for agricultural machinery, Managing Director: Michael Weinig