The status of company owned by its employees sets us apart from other companies where we started. Web Industries is a classic example of the success of an American start-up. Founded in 1969 by Bob Fulton with $ 10,000 (consisting of funds he had obtained from family members and friends), the company initially targeted the winding and slitting rewind market in the Boston area. From the start, Web has been successful in exceeding the expectations of its customers and its customers. We have earned a reputation throughout the northeastern United States as the most trusted company for precision processing of technically advanced materials.
Almost 50 years later, Web now has seven locations occupying more than 55,000 square meters of space dedicated exclusively to advanced processing and manufacturing in the United States and Europe. We are proud to have played a key role in virtually all markets that use flexible materials as components, and look forward to helping our customers invent the future.
Employee Ownership Makes A Difference
Company Owned By Its Employees Distinguishes Us From Other Companies As a company wholly owned by its employees, we know that our success depends on that of our customers, which makes us responsible not only for our business but also theirs. This intersection of company belonging to its employees and responsibility for the success of its customers pushes us to constantly improve our business and our manufacturing processes, to discover new methods of optimizing efficiency, to develop new capabilities and offer a level of responsiveness not found in other companies. Employee shareholding gives us, and indirectly gives our customers, an advantage over the competition.