Würth Group Affiliation
World Market Leader in the Trade of Fastening Materials
The Würth Group is the world market leader in its core business, the trade of assembly and fastening materials. It currently consists of over 400 companies in more than 80 countries and has more than 74,000 employees -- 32,000 are sales representatives. According to the preliminary annual financial statement, the Würth Group generated total sales of $15.6 billion in 2017.
In the core business, the Würth Line, the product range for craft and industry comprises over 1,000,000 products. This includes screws, screw accessories and anchors to tools, chemical-technical products and protective equipment. The Allied Companies of the Würth Group, which either operate in business areas adjacent to the core business or in diversified business areas, round off the range by offering products for DIY stores, material for electrical installations, electronic components (e.g. circuit boards) as well as financial services.
The Würth Group awarded Global Market Leader Champion 2018 in the trade of assembly and fastening materials.
We are a Family Business
Würth is a family business that was founded by Adolf Würth in 1945. Prof. Reinhold Würth, the present Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Würth Group’s Family Trusts, took over the business at the age of 19 after his father had passed away and developed it further in the following years. Starting from the early years of the company in post-war Germany, he turned the former two-man business into a globally operating trading group.
Today, more than 3 million customers all over the world trust in this family business to provide exceptional service and products.
The Würth Group is marked by a: strong brand policy, future-oriented product strategy, closeness to the customer and an unrivaled commitment to quality. Bettina Würth, Reinhold Würth’s daughter and Chairwoman of the Advisory Board together with the members of the Central Managing Board see to it that these values are lived out and developed further.