Press release
Jul 2, 2018

Wieland announces further investments to support customers’ growth plans with a capacity step change at its Chicago high performance tube plant

As part of its global growth strategy, Wieland will invest 20 million USD in its business for enhanced surface tubes in Wheeling (Chicago), IL, over the course of the next 12 months. A new state-of-the-art production facility – adjacent to current operations – will double Wieland’s production capacity for enhanced surface tubes in the U.S. With the new facility, scheduled to be completed by spring of 2019, Wieland can serve the entire demand and expected market growth of its partners in the HVAC industry and related market segments in North America.

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Jun 21, 2018

Visit from the Lord Mayor of Ulm, Mr. Czisch

CEO Dr. Erwin Mayr, CTO Ulrich Altstetter and SVP Engineered Products Roman Vorndran showed Mr. Czisch the production of Engineered Products and explained in some detail the future of eMobility. As a sought-after partner to the automotive industry, Wieland supports its customers from development to series production - also for e-mobility components! In addition to these market topics, questions of location were also addressed with the Mayor.

Jun 19, 2018

Wieland copper tubes in the new One World Trade Center in New York City

The tragedy of September 11, 2001 destroyed the entire transmission lines of the television stations installed at the World Trade Center in New York City. With Wieland copper tubes, the new One World Trade Center is once again becoming an important node in transmission technology!

Jun 16, 2018

Wieland industrial tubes in the Spartak Stadium

When the icelandic fans cry again their famous Hù to support their team against Argentina in the Spartak Stadium, airconditioning with Wieland industrial tubes ensures excellent conditions for a good match!

Jun 14, 2018

Students learn melting and casting in practice - donation to the TU-Bergakademie Freiberg

For scientific research and student training Wieland has provided the Foundry Institute of the TU-Bergakademie Freiberg with a melting and a casting furnace. This enables students to get to know casting processes under industry-oriented conditions and is an ideal preparation for their future career as an engineer. In addition, the research work at the Institute can be intensified.

We wish them further many exciting insights around material, casting process and moulding material system development.