First auditing and certification by the independent testing company EcoVadis. Receipt of "Silver Status" award by achieving the second-best rating.
WEKA relies on efficient processes and continuous improvement to ensure maximum customer benefit.
In 2009 WEKA became the approval by Zelm Ex according to IECEx.
In October 2007 WEKA introduces SAP All-in-One for all business processes successfully within short time
In July 2007 WEKA integrates personnel and manufacturing facilities of Flowserve S.A. in La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland) including "Bättig" Valve program MicroFlow and LowFlow Valves
In May 2003 the QS-System has been approved according to ATEX.
In May 2002 the Total Quality Management System of WEKA has successfully been audited by the German Lloyd according ISO 9001 and PED module H and H1. At the same time the welding approval was renewed.
In August 2001 WEKA became a member of the Arca Group, a well-known German company for control valves.
September 1997 WEKA as a part of the Gems Sensors Group becomes part of the DANAHER Corporation., USA.
1995 take-over the european manufacturing from GEMS tank level instruments.
1991 New facilities in Bäretswil, approx. 25km south-east of Zurich.
1981 Successful start in the USA and take-over from IMO Industries. The Founders sell the company after 40 years of operations. WEKA becomes a part of the IMO Group, Lawrenceville, N.J.
In 1979 WEKA heralded the step across the Atlantic with the signing of a license contract with GEMS Sensors Division of IMO Industries for the manufacture of WEKASureSite Magnetic Level Indicators in the USA.
In 1978 WEKA produced the first cryogenic valves and couplings.
In 1962 the original version of the WEKA Magnetic Level Indicator was patented. WEKA moved ahead in the area of measurement and control technology.
In 1949 reorganized as WEKA AG.
In August 1940, Arthur Welter and August Karrer founded WEKA. Purpose of the business was manufacture and sale of lead fittings. Within only two years it became necessary to move into larger production facilities.