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Have you ever wondered what a company looks like that combines so many craft disciplines under one roof? From the sawmill to the joinery and the cooperage to our warehouse. Where are the barrels that are ultimately delivered to me actually built and what does it smell like there? What is the history of the Wilhelm Eder company and what makes it so special?

A journey through the world of craftsmanship - our company tours

Well, there is a fairly simple solution to these mysteries: our company tours give you a unique insight into the world of wood. From the selection of the wood and its careful processing to the impressive end products that leave our workshops and end up in your home – with us you will learn how living wood becomes true treasures.

Find out how our cooperage, joinery and sawmill work hand in hand. Here you will experience how each team member works with dedication and precision to create products of the highest quality. The cooperation of all departments is the key to our success, and we are proud to show you this harmonious interaction in person.

Every company tour is unique, just like the groups that visit us. But one thing is certain: good conversations and fascinating insights await us all. Each tour not only generates interesting conversations, but also real connections. It’s an opportunity to laugh together, be amazed and share our passion for craftsmanship. We look forward to sharing our story with you. If you would like to experience the world of wood craftsmanship and our barrels in person, simply use our contact form or send us an e-mail.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Guided tours only take place for groups of 10 or more and during normal business hours. We will contact you by phone or e-mail as soon as we receive your request to arrange an appointment and clarify the details.

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