Kurt Willig GmbH & Co. KG develops and builds tankers and related components for various different areas of application. As a specialist for ADR class 3 aluminium tankers, we are European market leaders in the fields of innovation and quality.
The company was founded in 1970 and is currently being managed by the third generation of owners. The Willig Group currently has 250 employees and is represented in six locations across Europe. Willig believes in premium quality from the beginning of the process, across all sectors. We get your business going with our many years of experience in the field of special vehicle construction and our highly qualified, dedicated employees.
Pioneering technology and high standards with regards to quality, efficiency, safety and longevity: Willig has been specialising in the development, manufacture and repair of tankers and their components for many years. Transport and handling solutions for the mineral oil industry have set milestones within the market. Find the perfect vehicle to meet your industry-specific requirements.
With the production and development of carbon-fibre-reinforced products for special, high-load applications, Becker Carbon has long since enjoyed a good reputation. The VW one-litre car, components for racing, rockets and satellites: products from the Becker Carbon company are used in the toughest rallies in the world.
As such, the company is an ideal partner and supplier for our WILLIG carbon components. Carbon fibre is distinguished by its low weight and extreme strength and rigidity. These positive material properties significantly increase the effective load, stability and life span of the tanker. These attributes mean that WILLIG tankers are setting the benchmark when it comes to safety and technology.
A perfect symbiosis between design and material: Willig Carbon Wings are made from ultra-light, highly stable carbon and form a streamlined surface. Benefit: less air resistance - less fuel consumption.
Long-lasting, resilient and efficient: the Carbon BC+ undercarriage for semi-trailers was awarded with the “Gefahrgut Innovation Award” in 2012. It features robust yet lightweight cross beams made from carbon fibre, which are installed between the axle support stands. They stabilise the undercarriage, absorb the majority of the load and thus reduce tyre wear and fuel consumption.