April 30, 2018

FAWEMA company profile

Know-how and experience since 1920

FAWEMA was founded by Heinrich Kleinjung in 1920 and called FAbrik für WErkzeuge und MAschinen. At first the company manufactured twist drill milling machines, drilling machines, bow saws, grinding machines and other metal working tools. Later on, these products were also exported to the UK.

From the mid-thirties onwards contract work and government orders, above all the processing of spare parts for locomotives for the National Railway, contributed to the company's growth. By the end of the forties there was an increased demand for portioned foodstuffs, and FAWEMA, together with their engineer Julius Schwirten, an expert for packaging machines, concentrated on the development and manufacture of dosing machines.

In 1949 a small dosing machine was built. Then Edeka ordered 250 dosing machines at one stroke to equip all of their shops and also placed an order for the first automatic filling machine. Factory workshops and a multi-storey administration building were erected. Continuously improved and new FAWEMA products resulted in further expansion. The production programme was systematically broadened, first by adding bag filling and closure machines and later by combining them with collating and packing machines into state-of-the-art packaging lines.

Committed to the future
High quality standards and proven technology coupled with innovative solutions have made FAWEMA a household name for packaging machines worldwide.

On the basis of standard components, FAWEMA develop tailor-made packaging solutions in modular construction using the most up-to-date control and drive technology. FAWEMA are synonymous with reliability and punctual delivery thanks to the commitment of their employees at their factory in Engelskirchen as well as their service technicians worldwide. Their product range comprises machines and lines for filling and packaging dry products for almost all areas of application. Depending on the requirements, the packaging materials used may be paper, plastic or composite. These may be pre-made bags or bags produced from reel material during the in-line process.

FAWEMA bring you the entire know-how of packaging technology. They draw up overall design proposals – from product feed to palletizing. Moreover, FAWEMA are always open to new developments – new applications, new industries, new packaging technologies.

Visit the FAWEMA website, HERE.

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