Here is what we do
F. Willich, with its sister companies, is one of the leading international manufacturers of building materials and chemical products.
The products are used in building construction and civil engineering, sewer repair technology, tunneling, mining, special foundation engineering, and for the industries and craftwork. Our customers insulate, waterproof, seal, bond, inject, fasten, anchor, fill cavities, repair, and renovate. Fitting technical- and processing equipment and anchor technique complete the range of products. We produce polyurethane-, silicate-, epoxy-, phenolic-resins, polyurea, hydro-structure resin, grout systems in Germany, Poland, and Russia. Since 1882 the company, today owned and run by the 5th generation, is focused on partnership, innovation, and resource-saving activities.
We are a medium-sized, family owned company.
We are good at selecting and leading people who carry our business self responsibly. Our employees are the foundation of the company. We are innovative and profitable and constantly moving in that direction.
We generate the revenue and profit we need to build and develop a healthy business. We use our funds towards a sustainable future of our companies and employees. We create jobs and commit to them on a long term basis.
We constantly challenge our ways of doing business and continuously improve them. We are open for new ideas and we are willing to change if they are better than what we do today. We create added value for our customers.
Each one of us works actively towards the success of our business. We act to generate profits, we stick to our values and we take responsibility for the results for our actions.
We act cherishable & self-critical, we are reliable and trustworthy. We respect the rights, norms and culture of our partners. We expect the same of them. We act upon the rules we give ourselves and stick to them.
Through the ages
Since 1882 in Dortmund
Technical insulation becomes an official profession. It is now taught at the public apprentice school. Another foodhold of the company is trade in locomotives and spare parts. The company buildings have been completely destroyed by the Second World War.