History and Legacy

2022 Ambienta acquires HolwegWeber Group to create a leader in machinery for sustainable packaging

2021 HolwegWeber Asia-Pacific Launch

2021 New Corporate Identity & Logo

2021 HolwegWeber North America Facility Extension

2020 Holweg E-Com1

Launch of the Holweg E-Commerce Bag Production Line

2020 Holweg RS 1500

Launch of the Holweg RS 1500: First flat satchel production line to reach 3000 bags/min

2019 HolwegWeber Europe Facility Extension

2019 First 5XF Line Produced in Europe

2018 Motion Equity Partners acquires HolwegWeber Group

2015 H-Wind Germany & H-Wind Iberica

Launch of H-Wind Germany & H-Wind Iberica

2008 New Sheet-Fed Bag Machine

2006 HG Weber and MDM

Launch of Partnership between HG Weber and MDM

1988 HG Weber Extension

HG Weber Plant and Office Expansion

1981 Bag Collating

Weber’s first Single Size Bag Collating Product line

1975 Holweg Electronic Printing Head

Holweg produces his first Electronic Printing Head

1970 In-line Flexographic Printers

Introduction of in-line flexographic printing presses in Weber paper bag production lines

1960 One Cylinder Printer

Holweg lauch the first printer using one cylinder

1960 Single Size Production Line

Weber introduce his first Single Size S.O.S. Paper Bag Production Line

1953 Mesh Window

Holweg is the first manufacturer using Rotogravure for the Packaging Materials

1948 Largest SOS machine

Weber manufacture the largest SOS machine (20m./ 65 feet long)

1948 Rotogravure For Packaging Materials

Holweg is the first manufacturer using Rotogravure for the Packaging Materials

1936 Weber S.O.S Multiwall

H.G Weber produces the first S.O.S Multiwall Paper Bag Machine

1935 Holweg Roto Simplex

Holweg unveils the Fastest Paper Bag Machine in the World: The Roto Simplex

1925 H.G Weber Foundation

HG Weber was founded in 1925 by Herman Gustave Weber, a German engineer who had emigrated to the USA in 1899.

1919 First Paper Bag Making Machine

Birth of Holweg’s first Paper Bag Making Machine dedicate to gusseted paper satchel.

1903 Flexoprinter With Anylin Color

Holweg produce his first flexographic printer With Anylin Color

1889 Holweg creation

Charles Holweg set up a modest paper trade. At the time, the soaring paper bag market made Charles and his brother August turn to manufacturing the precious packaging material.

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