Weber Saint-Gobain - Official website of the company

Who are we?

Weber is part of an international group employing more than 10 000 people across 67 countries worldwide. Weber South Africa is incorporated as a division of Saint-Gobain Construction Products (Pty) Ltd. 

Established in France in 1665, Saint-Gobain is one of the world's largest industrial groups, with an annual turnover of 41 billion euros and more than 170,000 employees.

Weber - the world's leading industrial mortar manufacturer offers a complete range of solutions developed using advanced formulation technology to meet the highest technical requirements.

Weber commitments

Innovative offer of solutions and services

  • Based on the winning combination of extensive local knowledge and international experience.

Proximity with our customers

  • A network of flexible and local plants to make our products and services more accessible
  • A strong knowledge of our customer's job to better answer their needs
  • An innovation process which deeply involves our customers to guarantee efficiency, quality and competitiveness

Useful Innovation 

    • Solutions, rather than products, supported by relevant services. 
    • No worry products, polyvalent solutions, productivity on the jobsites.
    • Strong training programs for our customers on our new solutions. 

Environmental focused approach

  • Products made of selected components.
  • Complete insulation offer for facades to limit energy consumption.
  • Limited road traffic thanks to our network of plants.

The Weber Brand embraces the different Companies that operate under it's banner

A large network of point of sales supported by more than 945 production sites in 64 countries.

  • 1900 Both companies Weber et Broutin were founded in France in the early 20th century. George Weber and Jean-Baptiste Broutin made gypsum and lime based façade renders in their factories in Paris. They merged in 1927.

  • 1946 After world war 2, the company expanded into the reconstruction market.

  • 1970 It became part of the Poliet group in 1970, and gradually expanded.

  • 1982 In 1982 Weber et Broutin started to develop on European markets.

  • 1990 Weber accelerates its European expansion: Italy, Germany, Eastern Europe.
  • 1996 Weber joined the Saint-Gobain group. The company became Saint-Gobain Weber.

  • 1998 Take over of Quartzolit and Concreto in South America. At the same time, Asia became Weber’s second development zone outside Europe, with operations in Thailand, China, and Malaysia.

  • 2008 Saint-Gobain acquired Maxit Group, extending the presence of Weber to Nordic countries and Baltic, whilst reinforcing it in Germany, Benelux, Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and China.

  • 2009 Saint-Gobain Weber, finalized a joint-venture agreement with SODAMCO in Middle East, extending the operations to Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, UEA, and Qatar, and opening good opportunities of development in this region.