Weil-McLain at 135: Proud history, future vision

Weil-McLain at 135: Proud history, future vision

Five company values are:   Integrity (do what we were going to do). Excellence (understanding what “good” looks like, in the context of what the market demands and what customers need). Being results-driven (again, always, with a focus on the customer). Accountability (each employee stands behind their work 100 percent, and is empowered within the business to solve problems). And teamwork.

CHICAGO — In 1881 Isadore and Benjamin Weil opened their plumbing business on Randolph Street in Chicago. To give some perspective, that’s the same year Clara Barton founded the Red Cross; the same year Thomas Edison and Alexander Bell founded the Oriental Telephone Company.

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