In this core business, the Wuerth Group (www.wurth.com) is a classic direct marketing enterprise in the field of assembly and fastening technique. The majority of these companies led by Adolf Wuerth GmbH & Co., KG at group headquarters in Kuenzelsau, deal mainly in the technical consumption goods.
The business focuses on trade in screws, screws accessories, chemical technical products, furniture and building fittings, dowels and plugs, insulation, hand tools, electrical and pneumatic tools, service and care products, connecting and fastening materials, stocking and picking systems, as well as the directly mailing of work wear.
The Würth Group is the world's market leader in its core business, the trade in assembly and fastening materials. It currently consists of more than 400 companies in over 80 countries with roughly 64,000 employees on its payroll. Approximately 30,000 of them are permanently employed sales representatives. A sales volume of EUR 9.98 billion was generated in the business year 2012.
In the Group's core business, the Würth Line, the sales program for craft and industry comprises more than 100,000 products – from screws, screw accessories and anchors over tools to chemical products and personal protective equipment.
The Allied Companies of the Würth Group, which either operate in business areas adjacent to the core business or in diversified business areas, round off the range by offering products for DIY stores, material for electrical installations, electronic components such as circuit boards as well as financial services. They generate approximately 40 percent of the Würth Group's sales volume.
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