Wolff is a symbol of luxury and elegance thanks to its highly elaborated items. Established in Germany in 1894, the traditional brand for silver plate and stainless steel moved its complete production process to Brazil in 1930. In 2002 Wolff was acquired by the Rojemac Group, one of the main producers and importers of South America, who was responsible for modernizing Wolff’s former processes while maintaining the brand’s standard of high quality and sophistication.
The factory is based on São Paulo city with skilled workers that have been with Wolff for over a decade, bringing with them unique production techniques that make the brand stand out. The production process conserves the German techniques and quality standards, but it is constantly updated and modernized to the best high-end technologies.
With more than a century of experience, the products carry a long-term tradition and highly intricate production processes. Some products may go through up to 50 different operations until they achieve their final form. It takes time and skills to refill, weld, plate, polish, stamp and lustrate each item, which are a few of the steps taken to reach Wolff’s sophistication.
Wolff is constantly investing on its growth and improvement, such as with the acquisition of machinery for expansion and automation of the production. In 2015 a robot was purchased to improve polishing, an exclusive equipment designed especially for Wolff to suit the needs for an exponential growth of demand. Besides that, Wolff is focused on a verticalization of production, manufacturing even small parts and accessories, like screws, washers and buttons, guaranteeing the uniformity of the pieces and complete control of the production.
Currently Wolff has over 100 employees on a 30,000ft2 space and distributes its products across all the Brazilian territory. In 2016 the company started with an international expansion, with a growing performance in the United States, Latin America, Asia, Africa and Europe.
Wolff is aware of the environmental impact that the production may cause, therefore the company focuses on investing on technologies that help on the minimization of these impacts and conservation of natural resources. Our factory has a water treatment and reuse network that reduces the water consumption and treats it before the disposal of the residues. This system permits a reduction of more than 5.000 gallons of water a day, which represents and economy of 98% of the consumption.
More than 700 items are completely manufactured on our own factory. The products go through up to 50 processes until they are finished, many of them artisanal. Wolff is focused on a verticalization of production, manufacturing even small parts and accessories guaranteeing the uniformity of the pieces and complete control of the production.