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Welcome to Ulm, Vöhringen, Villingen-Schwenningen or Langenberg/Velbert. Our plants in Germany with 4,300 employees are located in these towns. You can look forward to beautiful regions, diverse recreational activities, a high quality of life and good working conditions.

Beautiful regions

  • Ulm

    The headquarters of Wieland-Werke AG and much of the administration are located in Ulm. At the Ulm plant, slide bearings, extruded and drawn products as well as finned tubes and heat exchangers are manufactured. The plant has approx. 1,200 employees.

    reference: Stadtarchiv Ulm

    At the southeastern edge of the Swabian Alb you will find Ulm and Neu-Ulm nestled on the banks of the Danube River. With 180,000 residents, these two cities offer a fascinating mix of exciting history, culture, education, innovative companies and numerous recreational activities.

    In the twin city, the Danube not only separates Ulm from Neu-Ulm, but also Baden-Württemberg from Bavaria.

    reference: Stadtarchiv Ulm

    Next to the magical historic city center with the picturesque Fishermen's Quarter, you will find the Ulm Minster with the highest spire in the world. Thanks to its 28 museums, 7 theaters, 5 cinemas, the Donaubad Wonnemar Aquatic Center and the many gardens and parks, Ulm is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany.

    Ulm has become known as an innovative region due to highly sought-after industrial products and important research findings by the University of Ulm. The university is one of the best in the world. It is therefore no wonder that the city's wide range of exceptional educational options attracts thousands of students every year from near and far.

    Ulm overview

    City / Traffic

    Ulm's ICE-equipped train station, the A7 and A8 highways and its outstanding infrastructure provide an excellent connection to the city's surrounding area. The three airports Memmingen (Allgäu), Stuttgart and Munich are only 60 and 200 km away, respectively.

    reference: Stadtarchiv Ulm

    Culture / Leisure

    Ulm has considerably more to offer than just the Ulm Cathedral. Additional sights include the Leaning House, many museums, theaters and music events as well as traditional festivals, and modern events such as Music Night, Museum Night, the Museum of Bread Culture, the Fishermen's Quarter (Fisherviertel), the Sculpture Trail (Kunstpfad) and the Botanical Garden. Outdoor enthusiasts have many opportunities to discover the beautiful landscapes of the Iller and Danube rivers, the nearby Swabian Alb or the Allgäu region. Furthermore, many clubs and fitness studios provide various recreational activities and so does Wieland itself.

    The college town of Ulm also has many pubs, cafés and restaurants as well as a large selection of nightlife options such as clubs, bars and discos. One highlight is the Schwörmontag (oath monday) town festival with its colorful floating procession of boats and rafts on the Danube, the "Nabada". Every four years, the city holds the Ulm Fischerstechen (Fisherman's Jousting), and a Christmas market every year on the Münsterplatz, the square in front of the cathedral.


    Natural attractions in the Ulm region: The banks of the Danube provide a great many cycling or walking paths. Many lakes offer inviting swimming areas in the summer. Favorite destinations for day trips to the surrounding area include the Blautopf spring in Blaubeuren, the Wiblingen or Roggenburg Abbey, the Lone Valley or the small Lauter Valley. For kids, we recommend an exciting visit to Legoland in Günzburg or to the Ravensburger Spieleland theme park. The Bodensee (Lake Constance), the Allgäu and Austria are just a short drive or train ride away.

  • Vöhringen

    With approx. 2,500 employees the Vöhringen plant is the largest production site of Wieland-Werke AG. In the foundry, the pre-material for further production is cast from copper alloys in the form of billets or slabs. Research and Development is also located in Vöhringen. The plant manufactures rolled products, extruded and drawn products as well as sanitary- and industrial tubes.

    reference: city Vöhringen

    The city of Vöhringen is situated on the Iller River, only 18 km south of Ulm and 40 km north of Memmingen. It offers its 13,000 residents everything they need for their daily life, including proximity to nature. Vöhringen is just a few minutes away from Ulm and Neu-Ulm with their many shopping venues and rich cultural life.

    reference: city Vöhringen

    Vöhringen overview

    City / Traffic

    Vöhringen has a regional train station with good connections to Ulm and Memmingen, in addition to a connection to the A7 highway that you can take to reach three airports, i.e., Memmingen (Allgäu), Stuttgart and Munich, within just a short time.


    The Iller and Vöhringer lakes and a well-marked network of hiking paths that is 35 kilometers long offer visitors a recreational outlet and the chance to get a closer look at the local flora and fauna.

    The popular and well-constructed Ulm-Oberstdorf bicycle and hiking path also winds along the banks of the Iller. Additional attractive bicycle paths cross the entire district and invite cyclists to discover the wider region.

    Vöhringen is conveniently located for excursions to the Swabian Alb, the Allgäu region and the Alps. And for those who prefer warmer climates, Lake Garda or Lago Maggiore are just a short drive away.

  • Langenberg/Velbert

    The production plant in Langenberg belongs to the Wieland Group since 1987 and has been part of Wieland-Werke AG since 2001. The workforce is of approx. 300 employees. The plant manufactures copper strip for electrical and electronic applications.

    reference: Christian Seel

    Velbert and its Langenberg district are located in the Bergisches Land region of Germany. This city in the heart of the most beautiful part of North Rhine-Westphalia is home to more than 84,000 people. They enjoy the quiet life in Velbert as much as the proximity to the large cities of Dusseldorf, Essen or Wuppertal.

    Velbert is a lively city with a large number of recreational and cultural activities. The city has every type of educational facility for families. The hilly landscape with its high recreational value ensures a great quality of life.

    Langenberg/Velbert overview

    City / Traffic

    The A44 highway makes it quick and easy to reach the large cities in the Ruhr Valley from Velbert as well as the airports in Dusseldorf and Dortmund. A suburban railway stop (S-Bahn) that runs between Wuppertal and Essen is just a few minutes walk from the plant.

    Hardenberg castle (reference: Stadt Velbert)

    Culture / Leisure

    Dusseldorf, Essen and Wuppertal are nearby which ensures that international cultural events are less than an hour away. Velbert benefits from these offerings, but does not fall behind its neighbors in cultural opportunities with its theater, museums, churches and historical buildings. It has something for everybody: the Hardenberg castle, the Niederberg Cultural Forum, the many sports clubs and large variety of events that the city offers.

    Cathedral (reference: H.-J. Blißenbach)


    Velbert is located in a green oasis. The forests and meadows of the Bergisches Land separate the three parts of the town: Neviges with its St. Mary's Cathedral, Langenberg with its beautiful historic city center and Velbert-Mitte with its many shopping venues. At only 5 km away, Hattingen is charmingly nestled on the bank of the Ruhr River with its historic city center.

    To the north, you can quickly reach the Baldeneysee Lake and the beautiful Ruhr Valley. To the south and east, you have access to the Bergisches Land Nature Park with its sprawling hills and idyllic valleys, lakes and reservoirs. Small towns and villages are interspersed among fields of green along beautiful hiking paths. To the west, visiting the state capital of Dusseldorf comes highly recommended. A visit to the City of Essen is also well worth the trip with its UNESCO world heritage site Zollverein, known as the "most beautiful pit of the world", formerly the largest coal mining pit of the world and the largest coking plant in Europe.

  • Villingen-Schwenningen

    The plant in Villingen belongs to Wieland Group since 1931 and has been part of Wieland-Werke AG since 2001. It manufactures copper and copper-alloy strip which is mainly used for the electrical and electronic industry. Wieland has approx. 280 employees in Villingen.

    All pictures from: Wirtschaft und Tourismus Villingen-Schwenningen GmbH

    The twin-city of Villingen-Schwenningen was founded in 1972 and is comprised of Villingen in Baden and Schwenningen in Württemberg. Villingen-Schwenningen has a population of more than 80,000 and offers everything you could want from a city with a great quality of life: a wide range of leisure and cultural activities, a modern infrastructure, an excellent education system and beautiful natural surroundings.

    Villingen-Schwenningen overview

    City / Traffic

    The regional economic, scientific and administrative hub is well connected via the A 81 highway Stuttgart-Bodensee (Lake Constance) and its ICE-equipped train station.

    Culture / Leisure

    Villingen-Schwenningen offers a large number of cultural activities: it has museums, a city gallery with various exhibitions, theater and concert shows, a well-stocked city library and a community education center (Volkshochschule).

    Villingen's historic city center features churches in picturesque alleyways, a former Franciscan monastery, a beautiful cathedral and the city's historic wall. It also provides numerous shopping venues and inviting cafés for enjoying a quick break.

    In addition to the historic Narrozunft Villingen, many carnival associations from the city and the surrounding area participate in the large carnival parades on the Monday and Tuesday before Ash Wednesday.

    In July, the Schwenningen town center becomes a large pedestrian and event zone. During the Long Cultural Night in Schwenningen the city's night turns to day: Enjoy the summer atmosphere during open-air shows with international guests and culinary specialties from all over the world.

    For nature lovers, the Schwenninger Moos is an absolute must: A nature reserve with the Baar plateau’s largest still intact swamp, it is a favorite for leisurely walks, jogging or cycling. The circular path paved with wooden planks is a great way to explore the mysterious nature of this swamp area.


    You will live here right in the heart of one of Germany's most beautiful vacation spots: In the Baar Black Forest region, you will be able to discover additional beautiful cities such as Donaueschingen (the princely Fürstenberg castle), Triberg (Europe's largest waterfalls), Bad Dürrheim (the salt water spa with the highest elevation) and Schonach (Langenwaldschanze ski jump normal hill). Germany's largest Central Uplands region, the Black Forrest, features a wide variety of fascinating natural landscapes. It is also just a short drive away from the Bodensee (Lake Constance), Switzerland and France.

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