Barry-Wehmiller
3.4 of 5 24 reviews
www.barry-wehmiller.com Saint Louis, MO 5000+ Employees

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With Barry-Wehmiller, you get the whole package. The company manufactures and supplies packaging, corrugating, paper converting, filling, and labeling automation equipment for a broad range of industries. It conducts business around the world through a group of 50 companies, including Accraply (labeling machinery), Barry-Wehmiller Company (bottle washers and pasteurizers); HayssenSandiacre and Thiele Technologies (packaging systems); PneumaticScaleAngelus (bottle fillers and cappers); and FleetwoodGoldcoWyard (conveyor systems). Other divisions manufacture paper converting... More

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Employees say it's “OK”   24 ratings

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88% Approve of the CEO   16 ratings

Barry-Wehmiller Chairman and CEO Robert H. Chapman

Robert H. Chapman

Chairman and CEO

Great company, great culture

 Current Project Manager

Pros: Leaders care about people. Not everyone is perfect, but they are genuinely working toward positive influence in the world. Thoughts and opinions are valued; people are treated as more than means to an end. Tremendous flexibility and understanding of… Full Review

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Project Manager

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$69,463
$52k
$115k

Electrical Engineer

7 Barry-Wehmiller Salaries

$65,607
$58k
$73k

Senior Field Service Engineer

7 Barry-Wehmiller Salaries

$61,054
$58k
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Clayton, MO – Reviewed Jan 7, 2013

Interview Details – Pretty straightforward: phone interview followed by interview in their office. I was interviewed by the department manager and two of his underlings.Full Interview

Interview Question:
They ask you what you want to make instead of telling you what the job pays. They're hoping your number is lower than what they're willing to offer, thus saving them money. View Answer

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America's Largest Private Companies, Forbes, 2008

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