Traditional Handicraft since 1750


Theresa Paulig becomes shareholder and executive partner to manage the company together with her father Thomas Paulig.


PAULIG celebrates its 75-year anniversary.


Theresa Paulig joins the company.


Handknotted Nepalese rugs from the MAKALU® DESIGN line are added to the product range.

Thomas and Theresa Paulig at work

Unser Hauptgebäude in Schwarzach am Main.

Paulig company building in Schwarzach am Main

The Paulig team in 2016


In November, the administrative offices of PAULIG are moved to the new premises in Schwarzach am Main, Germany. Moreover, Christian Paulig joins the company as co-partner and PAULIG Marokkko Textile (PMT) is founded.


The brand range of PAULIG is extended by HARO® CARPETS.


Wilfried Paulig's son Thomas Paulig takes over the company's management.


The first weaving mill in Hungary goes into operation. During the mid-90ies, Hungarpet Kft. becomes a fully integrated manufactory with a spinning mill.

Family photo in 1940 in Grünberg (front Wilfried Paulig)

Early 1950s, Willi Paulig 1904 – 1974 with his son Wilfried Paulig 1933 – 2009

The company premises in Marktbreit from 1950 –1972


Thomas Paulig and Christian Paulig join the company. Both are sons of Wilfried Paulig.


Wilfried Paulig takes over as executive manager, succeeding his father Willi Paulig. The company PAMA moves to Kitzingen, Germany. Towards the end of the 1970ies, the first production site for patterned handwoven rugs is set up in Morocco.


Wilfried Paulig joins the company.


Willi Paulig founds the company PAMA (Paulig Marktbreit) in the tranquil town of Marktbreit, Germany.

Drapers master Benjamin Paulig (1811 – 1861)

Around 1840, the Paulig factory chimney between the castle tower and city tower. The first steam engine in continental Europe was used here

Cloth manufacturer Friedrich Paulig 1836 – 1896


As a refugee, Willi Paulig moves to Lower Franconia after World War II. With five looms, he founds his weaving mill at the castle of the Franckenstein family in Ullstadt: This is where the wirst rag rugs made from parachute silk are created. 


His son Benjamin already uses the first steam engine of the continental European textile industry. Throughout generations, the family remains faithful to textile craftsmanship.


Johann Christian Paulig, a well-versed clothmaker, lays the foundation for today's PAULIG Teppichweberei GmbH – back then located in Sommerfeld, Germany.