Weiler Corporation's heritage dates to 1898 when Master Brushmaker, Joseph E. Weiler, began manufacturing polishing brushes for the jewelry manufacturing industry in Pforzheim, Germany. His oldest son, Karl E. Weiler, also a Master Brushmaker, emigrated from Germany in 1927 and in 1944 began a manufacturing operation called Weiler Brush Company in a converted chicken coop on New York's Long Island.
The business continued to grow and in 1957 the Long Island operation was moved to Cresco, Pennsylvania in the heart of the Pocono Mountains of Northeast Pennsylvania. Karl E. Weiler's son, Karl M. Weiler, began working at the company in 1961 and today serves as Weiler Corporation's Chairman.
Today, the tradition of quality and commitment to excellence continues under the leadership of the fourth generation, Chris Weiler, President/CEO. Having grown from a power brush manufacturer to a global surface conditioning problem-solver, Weiler’s mission is to help our customers and business partners achieve a competitive advantage in the global market by providing the right, performance-based solutions to meet end-users’ surface conditioning needs.