“We’re proud to be a company with eight decades of experience in product identification and labeling,” says Glenn Gilly, Weber’s president and CEO. “But getting older doesn’t mean we’re getting stale. We continue to be a company that strives to remain fresh.”
Gilly points out that the company recently issued a new Mission Statement that reflects Weber’s commitment to future innovations and successes:
Our success comes from helping our customers grow. Our commitment is to bring technologies to market that improve packaging automation, product identification and brand recognition. Our team is agile, creative, responsive and conscientious toward our customers, our community and our environment.
Weber has pioneered the use of many methods of product identification over its 80-year history, including direct marking using hand printers; manual and electrical label printing machines; computer-based label printers and applicators that produce labels with text, bar codes, graphics and radio frequency identification (RFID) encoding; and digital color label printing.
“In 2012, we will continue to innovate,” Gilly adds. “We will be introducing several new labeling systems, including label applicators with advanced servo motors for more precise control and an all-electric version of our label printer-applicator line.”