About us

The company was founded in the spring of 1995 under the name VERONA, spol. s r.o., after the step-by-step privatization of the former state company Obnova Teplice. The original focus of the company was only the pressing of technical rubber for a wide range of customers of the engineering, glass, ceramic, electrical, automotive, but also food and chemical industries. The break point for the company was 2005, when the ownership changes occurred. In connection with these changes, the company begins to focus on other rubber technologies and significantly expands its product range. At the turn of 2006 new production premises in Teplice were acquired, where the production was extended by the preparation of rubber mixtures and ready-made production. Since April 2007 the company has been renamed from VERONA, spol. s r.o. to QWERT Rubber, spol. s r.o. The reason was to increase transparency in the market. The owner of the company connected its business and production part.

QWERT Rubber, spol. s r.o. has a Trade Certificate with the following line of business: Vulcanization | Processing of rubber mixtures | Specialized retail and general merchandise retail | Wholesale | Intermediation of trade and services | Metalworking

We offer

Molded products

Molding by conventional and injection technology from small series. Design and manufacture of molds according sample or drawing.

Rubber coating

Rubber coating of rollers, chemical equipment and production of rubber linings by autoclave including refurbishment and special treatment.

Producing of compounds

Development and production of rubber compounds for general and special applications. Possibility of production even a laboratory quantities.

Special production

Ceramic segments

Welded ceramic lining with our own industrial design for driving or driven conveyor rollers. Possibility to choose a amount of ceramic plates.

Vacuing profiles

Development and production of vacuing seals for automotive glass production. We use our own rubber profiles adapted to the shape of the glass.