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.
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
- 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.