CWG – sustainably successful development

Precision is vital at CWG - and also a key component of our daily work, along with honesty, predictability and diligence. Values that characterised the 18-year-old Christian Weber when he founded the company in 1910, and he never abandoned them, even when times were tough - with the great recession, two world wars, and the dismantling of the company that followed them.

Slow, sustainable growth has always been a maxim of our company, coupled with the will and ability to constantly improve. Because standstill means regression. We drive progress – to give our customers value added! That's why we always adhere to the very latest norms and technological standards.

Certification Quality Management System IATF

Successful completion of certification according to IATF16949:2016 at the Gosheim and Aldingen sites


Extension in Gosheim

Due to lack of space, the Gosheim plant requires a further extension – celebrated in October with a large staff party in the newly-opened hall



The economy continues to recover. Revenues before the crisis were successfully exceeded this year for the first time.


100 years of CWG

The crisis seems to have been overcome. Reduced working hours are no longer necessary. In the fall of 2010, the company’s 100th anniversary is celebrated with a ceremony and a Family Day.


The recession

Economic recession – for the first time in the company's history, CWG has to introduce reduced working hour


Environmental certification

Successful completion of environmental certification according to DIN ISO 14001:2005


300 employees

Around 300 employees are employed in two- and three-shift operations. The production area covers a total of 10,000 square metres.


Certification Quality Management ISO/TS

Following the fulfilment of numerous standards in recent years, certification to ISO/TS 16949:2002 follows.


New building in Aldingen

Continuously increasing demand requires the construction of an additional plant in Aldingen.


The third generation

The third generation takes over management



Expansion of Gosheim

A new extension is added, with a total of 2,800 square metres.


Extension Gosheim

The existing factory building will be expanded for the first time.


New building Gosheim

Higher capacities are now needed. A new factory building is erected in Gosheim. Grinding and finishing are expanded.



Continuous growth - thanks to satisfied customers.


The second generation

Transfer of the management to sons Stefan and Jakob Weber (2nd generation)


Hard times

World economic crisis, two World Wars, the Nazi regime and dismantling of the facilities by the occupying power.


The success story begins

At the age of just 18, Christian Weber lays the foundations for today's CWG.