Schröder Maschinenbau is becoming a member of the Weber Group
Ever since their foundation, both companies have had friendly ties and have followed many common paths. It is a pleasure for us to inform you that a merger of these two companies has taken place by Weber Maschinenbau GmbH taking over Schröder Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG.
Quality based on principles and passion. Our company ethos for over 40 years. For our customers. For more safety. For constantly better solutions. These have been our watchwords for over 40 years, and have made us from pioneers in curing technology into a globally recognised manufacturer of complex high-tech solutions. This is what we stand for.
Production lines for meat, poultry and fish processing. Completely automated. Intelligently. Recognized worldwide.
Injectors / IMAX
Massagers / MAX
Brine preparation / BRIMAX
Mechanical Treatment / PREMAX
Production lines / ProMAX
Schroeder Maschinenbau has long since become synominous with expertise and reliability, as well as with flexible, custom die manufacturing for packaging machines.
We have decades of experience in thermoformed packaging and thermoforming machinery. Customers are highly demanding when it comes to production capacity and to specific expertise and creativity in producing cutting devices and the complex, customised dies that they require.
The two divisions of Schröder Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG (“Schröder”) will belong to different companies in 2018. Management and partners of Weber Maschinenbau GmbH Breidenbach announced on December 22, 2017 that Schröder Food will be sold to a subsidiary of JBT Corporation (“JBT”). For JBT, a broad-based U.S.-headquartered food processing system provider, this is a strategically important decision. Shortly after the acquisition of Schröder by Weber, JBT had expressed strong interest in the Schröder Food division, which includes the machines and systems of curing and marination technology. "Upon getting to know JBT, we have come to the conclusion that this decision is the only one that is right for the further development and growth of the food division. Especially regarding JBT’s strong global presence, the company presents excellent opportunities and perspectives for Schröder", explains Tobias Weber, Managing Partner of the Weber Group.
Schröder's second business unit, the development and production of thermoforming packaging machines, will remain part of the Weber Group.
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