EWM HIGHTEC WELDING GmbH: Technology leader EWM leads the way into the future of welding technology

EWM is Germany’s top welding technology manufacturer and one of the world’s lead­­ing welding solution suppliers. Thanks to over 50 years’ experience and numerous highly innovative product developments, this family-run business based in Ger­­ma­­ny’s Westerwald is regarded as a technol­­ogy leader by both users and trade spe­­cial­­ists. EWM provides a complete system range – from welding machines, wire feeders and welding torches through to welding consumables and accessories for manual and automated applications. Cus­­­tomers are thus provided with a single-source supplier who takes care of all tech­­nological requirements for their entire welding process.

Bild-1-KopieA strong, global presence is assured thanks to a workforce of more than 500 employees at ten locations in Germany and six locations abroad plus 300 sales and service outlets worldwide EWM’s patented welding processes unite ecology with cost-effectiveness. Under the “blueEvolution” label, EWM’s state-of-the-art inverter technol­­ogy and low-energy joining processes guarantee sig­­nificantly less use of raw materials, lower power, gas and wire consump­­tion, re­­duced emissions and shorter overall pro­­duction times. This means a significant cost reduction for the manufacturing process of the user and helps to secure jobs.


  1. Adress

    Dr. Günter-Henle-Straße 8
    D-56271 Mündersbach
    fon +49 (0) 2680 181-0
    fax +49 (0) 2680 181-244
  2. Management

    Bernd Szczesny
    Michael Szczesny
    Susanne Szczesny-Oßing
    Robert Stöckl
  3. Year of establishment

  4. Employees

    rund 600
  5. Turnover

    80,5 Millionen Euro (2012)
    90 Millionen Euro (Plan 2013)
  6. Investments

    Around 10 per cent of annual turnover
  7. Business activity

    Development, manufacture and sale of
    arc welding machines, wire feeders, welding torches, welding consumables, welding accessories, complete automated welding systems, customer services