Weinberger began processing timber in the middle of the 18th century with a so-called “Venezianer-Gatter” (a type of reciprocating saw) and in 1929 built a small sawmill with a gang saw in Reichenfels in Lavanthal, Carinthia. This has evolved into an ultramodern, hightech production site to this day. It is also the head office of this family business steeped in tradition.
The works in Carinthia is where motivated skilled workers manufacture bilam, trilam and log-house planks on state-of-the-art machines. The quality of the products and services provided from here has enabled Weinberger to become the market leader.
Great innovative power is also typical for Weinberger. And it is noticeable in many details. For instance, in glue application. The glue here is not poured but applied using high-pressure sprays (35 to 60 bars). And in finger jointing where highest precisions are achieved through individual pressing because every finger is aligned individually and only then pressed. The result? Naturally “Best of Wood à la Weinberger”.