About wilhelm stadler Gesmbh – A family Business since 1969
Our traditional family business was established more than 40 years ago.
For us, being at the cutting edge of technology means not only including new and high quality products in our sales range, but also choosing our suppliers, with whom we have had good relations for many years, according to these criteria. In this way, together with continual professional development and training of our workforce, and due to excellent technical facilities, we are able to provide our customers with the high standards of quality they deserve.
Facts you should know about us:
The focal point of our endeavours is customers and their needs.
We are dedicated to long-lasting partnerships
- with our customers, for providing us with revenue
- with our suppliers, for providing us with premium materials and
- with our employees , who ensure that customers are satisfied.
That is why we use all our knowledge and skill to turn our customers’ ideas and dreams into a reality. Never standing still, always looking ahead and developing ourselves further, always looking for innovative products and solutions. This is how we develop craft into craftsmanship.
Thinking faster instead of running faster is our main goal!
Founder Wilhelm Stadler, then a journeyman, with son Reinhard on his first motorcycle.
After successfully completing his examination for the master craftsman diploma on the 26th of June, Wilhelm Stadler founded the company. The first registered business address was the garage of his home.
Economic success led to relocating the firm to its newly built business premises at Spattendorf 100, where it remains to this day.
Reinhard Stadler, born 1960, successfully completed his examination for the master craftsman diploma on May the 24th of this year, becoming the youngest master tinsmith in the Mühlviertel region.
After taking over from his father in 1992, Reinhard Stadler expanded the company and in 1998 built a modern extension in company colours.
Start of further expansions to the building, consisting of roofing for the building yard, the aquisition of new machines and a substantial enlargement of the working area.
Completion of modifications and extensions.
Thomas Stadler successfully completes his master craftsman diploma on the 11th of May 2010, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather.