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“We’re very proud of the furniture we make. Our designers and product development teams are constantly monitoring what’s happening in the world in terms of materials, components, lifestyles and consumer tastes and bring that knowledge into each new design they create, quickly adapting to changing market conditions. Our production teams take great pride in the quality of their workmanship so your furniture actually looks as good as it does in any glossy photo.
Everyone is focused on a single aim of fulfilling your dreams of a beautiful bedroom. We hope you enjoy living with your Wiemann furniture as much as we have enjoyed creating it.”
How many companies can claim to have their roots in what was once a country inn?
From this (in 1900)
But in 1900, ‘start ups’ were not quite what they are today, and there certainly wasn’t as much freedom or choice. However, company founder Mathias Wiemann was soon having to open a larger workshop, and acquiring his first machinery put him firmly on the path to slow but consistent growth, resulting in the company of today’s size and presence.
The former inn is now an area of 98,000m 2. of which 48,000m 2 contain the production, administration and storage facilities. Around 600 people are employed – it’s the second largest employer in the town of Osnabrück in Northern Germany. Wiemann is still privately owned by the family: at the helm today is the founder’s great grandson, Markus Wiemann, who took over from his father in 2005.
To this (today)
Wiemann today is one of Germany’s leading bedroom manufacturers, specialising in semi-fitted collections in both modern and traditional styles. Every day, between 400 and 500 bedrooms are put on the road to destinations throughout Europe and beyond.
Wiemann bedroom furniture is manufactured to the highest standards in its highly mechanised, very efficient factory, which is accredited to the international quality management assurance standard ISO 9001: 2000. Products are also approved under the German BQ quality mark scheme.
The specifications are surprisingly high in relation to the price. Panels are made from 15/18 mm thick mdf or high grade chipboard and wrapped in top quality printed foils using the latest printing technologies available, so all our wood finishes look and even feel incredibly realistic. Every day eight truckloads of high quality particle board are used to make 10,000 individual components, which are then used to make specific orders. We do not keep stock as this could increase the risk of damage
Wiemann make over 200 ranges of bedroom furniture for markets all over Europe. We have selected what we feel are the most suitable for British tastes – but they all have a distinctive European style. A varied design policy that can adapt almost instantly to changing market requirements is the foundation on which the company’s present role is based.
Home Delivery and Installation
Many Wiemann retailers also use our tailor-made home delivery and installation service. The service really does take all the hassle out of deliveries and installation for those retailers who do not have the in-house facility themselves. We currently use four companies which specialise in furniture delivery and assembly services and with whom we have worked for many years. This allows us to offer the full service across all of southern and northern Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales.
Up to the mark environmentally
All timber based materials come from sustainable sources. All the materials used in a Wiemann bedroom, such as chipboard, foils and adhesives, meet the requirements of formaldehyde emission class E1 .*
Independent institutes monitor Wiemann to ensure that these requirements are met. The high quality surfaces on their solid wood products are physiologically safe and meet all industrial hygiene requirements and standards. Production facilities are all run in accordance with EU directives.
*For the technically minded among you, Class E1 stipulates 8 mg or less of formaldehyde per 100 g oven dry board for unfaced particleboard, OSB, and MDF under test method EN 120. It stipulates 3.5mg/m2h or less of formaldehyde release for all other panel products under test method EN 717-2.
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