1919 :
Henri BIEBER starts the company, which used to produce bent pipes for wood or coal stoves
1921 :
The company innovates and starts manufacturing agricultural equipments, such a manure barrels
1926 :
Lauch of new agricultural products : utility room, food steamer, smokehouse, bread oven

1946 :
Chaudronnerie BIEBER, with its 30 people staff, starts selling mass-produced parts. Its first client : the coal mines of Lorraine, for which BIEBER manufactured framework parts for galleries
1946 :
1951 :
Launch of mass-produced agricultural trailers
1955 :
With the uprising of central oil-fired heating, BIEBER started to produce and sell heating-oil tanks
1961 :
The now 70 employees company invest in a galvanization workshop
1945-1973 :
During the post-war boom, Chaudronnerie BIEBER grows, and builds facilities to produce massively some equipments (coal mines frameworksn and thousandsof silos)

1998 :
First investments for laser cutting
2000 :
The compnay’s capital is now 3, 100, 000 €
2001 :
Purchase of a 320 metric tons press brake
2003 :
Purchase of a second laser cutting machine
2005 :
Certification ISO 9001 standard
2005 :
Raymond BIEBER becomes CEO of the company
2007 :
Purchase of a third laser cutting machine (5000 W)
2008 :
Purchase of a 500 metric tons press brake, with a 8 m long deck
2010 :
Closing of the galvanization workshop. This activity is now outsourced
2010 :
The economic crisis leads to a decrease of mass-production, and to an industrial reorganization
2011 :
Marc BIEBER becomes general manager of the company
2012 :
The organization emphasize the role of the client. Chaudronnerie Bieber is now a well-known supplier for industry, environment, energy, railway, publics works and metal-framed construction.
2013 :
Chaudronnerie BIEBER becomes BIEBER Industrie. This intervention is linked to an assets input, Chaudronnerie BIEBER being the parent company.

BIEBER Industrie today … tomorrow

Marc and Raymond BIEBER are the fourth leaders generation of the company BIEBER Industrie
The ongoing strategy aims to

  • reinforce a profession oriented approach for : Industry, Environment, Energy, Railway, Public works, Metal-framed construction and Agriculture
  • promote the value chain : design – study – manufacturing – assembly – delivery
  • innovate for its production processes