Where We Started
Web Industries is a classic example of a successful entrepreneurial American start-up company. Founded in 1969 by Bob Fulton on $10,000 raised from family and friends, the company initially focused on serving the rolled goods slitting and spooling market in the greater Boston area. In the early days, Web flourished by exceeding the expectations that our clients and their customers demanded, and we earned a reputation throughout the Northeast as the converting company to trust for precision converting of technically advanced flexible materials.
Almost 50 years later, Web has seven locations with 600,000+ square feet of dedicated advanced converting and manufacturing space in the United States and Europe. We’re proud that we’ve played a key role in nearly every market that uses flexible materials as a component, and we look forward to helping invent the future with our customers.
We’re a precision converting and outsource manufacturing company. What does that mean?
It means we work with some of the world’s most prominent manufacturers as a complement to their operations. We convert and supply innovative materials and components to them, ranging from advanced composites and plastics, to nonwovens and specialty films. We help make their products possible. But that’s just the beginning of the story.
We believe there is a real energy that exists when people are open, honest, and work together to meet mutual goals. As a company, we thrive on that energy and work to bring it into every product and every project that we touch.
Most importantly, we believe the employee experience is paramount at Web Industries. Join our employee-owners and explore our rewarding culture:
- Meaningful work
- Supportive management
- Fantastic work environment
- Growth opportunities
- Trust in leadership
- Sense of community