Locations in Germany
Mega-trends, such as globalization, urbanization and digitalization require copper – from Wieland. A strong network of production and service companies meets our customers’ needs with reliable, customer-friendly supply, the best service and consistently high quality.
We have many locations in Germany for this reason. These also include our four plants in the south and middle of Germany. Approximately 4,300 employees at these plants develop and produce our high-quality products – in exciting regions that have a high quality of life with many scenic attractions and appealing leisure time activities.
The four biggest locations in Germany
The family-friendly cities of Ulm and Neu-Ulm are located at the southeastern edge of the Swabian Alb. With more than 180,000 residents, both cities offer a fascinating mix of lively history, culture, education and attractive leisure time activities.
Living and working in Ulm
Vöhringen is only 18 km south of Ulm and 40 km north of Memmingen on the Iller river. The town offers you and its 13,000 residents everything needed for daily life. The cities of Ulm and Neu-Ulm with their numerous shopping options and a large cultural offering are only 20 minutes away.
Source: Town of Vöhringen
Living and working in Vöhringen
The twin city of Villingen-Schwenningen was founded in 1972 and includes the city of Villingen, which is part of Baden, and the town of Schwenningen, which is part of Württemberg. With its 85,000 residents Villingen-Schwenningen offers everything that one could desire in an attractive city: a diverse cultural and leisure time offering, a modern infrastructure, an excellent education system and an attractive landscape.
Source: Town of Villingen
Living and working in Villingen-Schwenningen
Velbert with its Langenberg district is located in the Bergisches Land region. The city’s 84,000 residents live right in the middle of North Rhine-Westphalia’s most scenically stunning regions. They enjoy the quiet life in Velbert as much as their proximity to the larger cities of Düsseldorf, Essen or Wuppertal.
Source: Hans-Joachim Blißenbach/City of Velbert