About Us

We are a family owned and operated company dedicated to providing the finest display and packaging solutions


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Creative Team

Sales Team

Customer Service Team

Design Team

Quality Team

Mission Statement

We create packaging and displays, design through delivery, that drive customer success.

Integrity Always

Make decisions in the best interest of the company and customer

Customer Priority

Always willing to be flexible to meet customer demands

Team Focused

Treats all others as they would want to be treated

Quality Driven

Continually work towards bettering our product and our service

Problem Solvers

Consider new ways to overcome obstacles

Community Involvement


In memory and honor of James R. Doherty Jr., founder of Weber Display & Packaging, the Doherty and Zambon families have established the JAMES R. DOHERTY JR. MEMORIAL EDUCATIONAL AWARD to help inspire and motivate Weber employees and their children to further their education... Read More


Weber Display & Packaging has partnered with Philabundance, the Delaware Valley’s largest hunger-relief organization. By providing corrugated boxes, Weber assists Philabundance in distributing food directly to local communities through food cupboards, shelters, emergency kitchens, and other agencies that serve low-income residents at risk of hunger and malnutrition. Read More


Each year from October through December, Weber Display & Packaging supports the efforts of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program. During these months, Toys for Tots collects new, unwrapped toys at collection boxes in various local businesses. Coordinators then distribute these toys to less fortunate children in the community, helping them to experience the joy of Christmas and the holiday season. Read More


As president of the Richmond Corridor Association, Jim Doherty III led 75 local businesses in coming together to help unite the Port Richmond area. The Richmond Corridor Association strives to better the Port Richmond community by improving security and infrastructure while reducing dumping and graffiti... Read More


Our focus is to keep the in-store focus on you
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Neat Floorstand

The client, Neat, came to us for a solution to support a marketing initiative at Staples. We came up with an eye-catching floorstand made using a four-color full-litho label on B flute — all designed, produced, assembled and packed out by Weber. The display propelled the success of the Neat Scanner, meeting all goals for the marketing initiative.

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Playmobil Pallet Display

Weber Display & Packaging was excited to partner with Playmobil USA on a pallet display for Kohl’s, with Weber handling the design, production, assembly/fulfillment and shipping. Constructed primarily of EB double-wall with 24-point four-color graphic panels and placed on a plastic custom pallet, the display was featured in stores during the busy Black Friday selling period. It was a huge success, and exceeded the expectations of both Kohl’s and Playmobil.

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Kind Dump Bin

This all-purpose telescoping display was a first for Kind. Designed to be used with a wide variety of Kind products, it can be deployed in a number of retail channels, while the telescoping feature allows for greater shipping efficiencies. The graphics are a combination of litho and direct print.

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Krave Generic Merchandiser

Krave needed a generic merchandiser to promote its very popular jerky product — specifically, it required a display design that could be placed in a variety of channels. We came up with a versatile wire rack that was accepted into numerous retailers, including drugstores, club stores and mass retailers. The rack incorporated corrugated graphic panels that could be interchanged depending on the product or retailer.

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Bionaire Club-Channel Display

When searching for a cost-effective way of promoting its new air-purifying system in the club channel, Bionaire came to Weber for a solution. We placed a five-inch media player illustrating the system’s features and benefits into a corrugated housing, and secured the air purifier to the display. The flashing red button encourages the consumer to interact with and learn more about the product.

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K’nex Titanfall Diorama

In an effort to launch the new Titanfall initiative, K’nex needed a diorama for Toys “R” Us. Weber was able to design, engineer and assemble an interactive display of over 350 K’nex pieces that met all of TRU’s requirements. The diorama incorporated motion activated lighting and also allowed consumers to rotate one of the Titanfall models 360 degrees.

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Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker Display

When asked by an important customer to come up with a promotional display for its new Breakfast Sandwich Maker, Hamilton Beach looked to Weber. In keeping with the retailer’s style guide, we designed a heat-bent acrylic unit to which the sandwich maker was secured. We used four-color digital printing in the front label, and styrene headers to illustrate the features of the unit.

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FoodSaver Promotional Display

FoodSaver sought Weber’s expertise in the small-appliance club-store category to help design and execute the launch of its new G3H in Sam’s Club. Featuring a combination of materials, including plastic, wood and metal, the resulting display achieved its goal of informing the consumer of the benefits and features of the G3H while increasing sales in the club-store channel.




Weber Display and Packaging has been operating for over 120 years and has grown from its original facility at Fifth and Locust Streets in Philadelphia, to our current location in the Port Richmond section of the city. Our facility encompasses 110,000 square feet including offices and manufacturing space, and employs over 160 people. Weber is the longest ongoing operating corrugated packaging and display manufacturer in the city of Philadelphia.

David Weber was an innovator in our industry and developed several patents in corrugated packaging. These patents, on display in our office today, were instrumental in converting the way products are shipped - from the wooden containers of the past to the corrugated boxes of current day. Through the years, we have established ourselves as one of the most respected and successful companies in our industry. Our reputation has always been built on a commitment to service and a pride in providing quality products to our customers. As we move forward in our second century of operation, the David Weber Company, now trading as Weber Display & Packaging, continues to build its business on the combination of good people and state-of-the-art technology. This formula for success makes for a promising future for our family of customers and employees.








The symbiotic relationship between Weber and PakSafe works as a convenient and efficient way to improve fulfillment and service to the client. The uniting of manufacturing and fulfillment services allows for a timely and cost-efficient experience. Whether filling Weber-produced displays or re-kitting graphic sets, we can handle and prioritize the production of the display to meet customer demands.

Assembly & Packout

From hand-assembling complex dioramas to securing media players and battery packs to corrugated or permanent housing, our PakSafe facility assembles and packs out large-scale projects in a timely fashion.

Contract Packaging

Our PakSafe facility supports any form of retail product through marrying customer products with the packaging materials required by the buyer or retailer. Through hand assembly, pallet wrapping, boxing and sealing, packing or palletizing, we create retail-ready products and prepare them for final shipment.




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Weber Display & Packaging is excited to announce that James Ainscoe has joined the Weber team as our IS Coordinator. James comes to us with over 10 years of experience as an IS/IT professional and has worked at Sprint, the Bucks County Library System and, most recently, the law firm of Phelan Hallinan.
Weber Display & Packaging is pleased to announce the addition of Ronald Sumbung to its PakSafe team as operations manager. He previously worked as a senior production manager and oversaw five different plants, including shipping/receiving and warehousing. Ron’s experience in overseeing large-scale projects and teams of people will be valuable in his transition to PakSafe.


In the highly competitive beer market, packaging has never been more important. Today’s buyers are bombarded with a variety of established and new beer brands. Creative logos, imagery and graphics on carriers and cases all vie to draw the consumer’s attention.

The Doherty and Zambon families are proud to announce the inaugural winners of the JAMES R. DOHERTY JR. MEMORIAL EDUCATIONAL AWARD. In memory and honor of James R. Doherty Jr., founder of Weber Display & Packaging, the two families established this award to help inspire and motivate Weber employees and their children to further their education and promote a love of learning.

Weber Display & Packaging is excited to announce that Zachary Asher will be joining its team starting in November. Zack will be a huge asset for the company’s graphic-design and structural-engineering departments.
Weber Display & Packaging has completed a multi-million-dollar expansion project that will create a better workflow among the company’s internal teams. This renovation improved software development, bettered overall office aesthetics and created additional space to accommodate continued growth.

I just like to work with these folks. They really know what they're doing.

Hire them when you get a chance.

Awesome works, great support, I enjoyed working with them very much.

From the very beginning I knew that I had made the right decision!

They always produce the most inspiring ideas and amazing works.

The quality is never less than perfect!


Simple and clean design with a very user-friendly admin panel,

I'm extremely pleased with their outstanding work, just as always!