Weber Display & Packaging: A Storied Past, A Determined Future

The roots of Weber Display & Packaging grow deep into the fertile industrial history of The City of Philadelphia. Founded by the entrepreneur David Weber in 1893 at the corner of Fifth and Locust Streets, the company first made wooden boxes. Later, in a partnership with machine manufacturer Samuel Langston, Weber developed the first single-facer to produce single-faced corrugated paper, primarily for the men’s hat industry which was prominent in the Northeast at the time. 

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