Pre-owned Machines has new leadership and focus at Weber

As of February 1, Oliver Stützel took over the leadership for the Weber Pre-owned Machinery Program. Stützel will realign the division strategically and, in addition to the sale of machines, will also actively seek to acquire ageing Weber machines and complete lines in the market.

Stützel has been developing and expanding his expertise since 2006. He began his career at Weber in technical positions and most recently as a Sales Manager. His six-person team consists of mechanics and electricians, and have more than 25 years of experience and competence, especially in terms of refurbishing pre-owned machines and components. Gregor Gläser, Production Manager of the Pre-owned Machinery Program, recalls: "Several years ago I was involved in the new construction of some machines that come back to us today for refurbishment."

All machines are refurbished individually and customized according to customer requirements. The term "refurbishment" encompasses both the optical and technical refurbishment as well as the retrofitting of components and functions. Customers can always rely on proven Weber quality when purchasing the completely renewed machines. Weber not only guarantees spare parts, but all machines are also brought to the latest safety standards. "The use of a pre-owned machine can have clear advantage in many cases, for example in terms of short delivery times in order to maintain capacities and avoid production downtimes," emphasizes Stützel.

At the Anuga FoodTec, hall 9 booth C40, visitors can get an idea of the new Weber Pre-owned Machinery Program.

from left to right: Jonathan Taba, Dirk Wied, Oliver Stützel, Wilhelm Homrighausen, Simon Bandel, Gregor Gläser