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The “Smart Chocolate Factory” – a plus for productivity and quality

Uzwil, April 20, 2017 – It is increasingly important for chocolate producers that their plants operate at full capacity. At the Interpack trade show, Bühler is demonstrating how the use of digital services and IoT technologies offers significant gains in efficiency: "With more intelligent process control, we can further improve productivity and achieve even more consistency in product quality," explains Marco Zappa, Head of Business Unit Chocolate Mass at Bühler. The market and technology leader is also introducing its new molding plant ChocoBotic with robotic technology and its online learning platform ChocoGenius. Read more

Cereal and nut bars: healthy and convenient snacks on the go

Uzwil (Switzerland), April 7, 2017 – More and more people don’t eat at home but rather while leaving the office, on the way to the day-care center, or before the gym, which means that the demand for healthy food on the go is increasing. No matter the raw materials, shape, taste or if the snack is coated with chocolate: Bühler’s solutions cover the complete range of end products. Nutritious and tasty cereal or nut bars are particularly popular: “At Interpack, we highlight our competence in the area of snacks by presenting our integrated production solutions, from grain or nuts to the finished bar or biscuit,” explains Thomas Bischof, Head of Bühler’s Business Unit Countlines. Read more

Drying Theory Put to Practice: Bühler Aeroglide Announces 2017 Seminar Series Participant From Stahmann Farms Shares Her Takeaways

Bühler Aeroglide, a global leader in thermal process engineering and technology for food, feed, and industrial materials, has announced its 2017 drying seminar series, where each participant learns the principles and techniques for optimal drying, regardless of their make or model. Past participant Miriam Villen Rodriguez talks about her experience in Food Australia.(Excerpts republished with permission.) Read more

Advanced grain cleaning solutions significantly reduce mycotoxin levels

Uzwil (Switzerland), March 1, 2017 – Mycotoxins, produced by fungal mold, are a growing health threat to people and animals. With a quarter of the world’s agricultural produce currently contaminated, according to the FAO. Mycotoxins ranks a third most important threat after bacteria and pesticides, which is whymaximum tolerance levels permitted in food and feedstuff are becoming crucial for food and feed producers. Meeting these requirements is possible with the right processes in place. Academic studies within the European project MycoKey and practical experience confirm that a very effective means to significantly reduce mycotoxin levels is via cleaning and optical sorting processes. Bühler solutions improve food and feed safety and product quality, helping customers adhere to regulatory requirements while achieving higher margins. Read more

Bühler invests and grows

Uzwil, February 8, 2017 – Bühler showed a healthy performance in 2016. While continuing its policy of reinvesting profits to secure future development, the company has continued its growth path. Order intake in 2016 was up 3% to CHF 2.54 billion, compared to a decline of 4% in 2015. Turnover rose by 2% to CHF 2.45 billion, and profitability remained stable at 7.1% (EBIT margin). R&D investments were significantly increased. “For a company based in Switzerland, 2016 marked a real proof point considering the Euro/Swiss franc shift a year ago,” says CEO Stefan Scheiber. “In this context, we can be satisfied with these results.” Read more

Bühler Networking Days 2017 at Interpack: “Feeling Good about Food”

Uzwil (Switzerland), January 13, 2017 – Bühler offers visitors to the Interpack 2017 trade show a unique experience with new solutions, numerous innovations, automation, and services across the food value chain. Building on the Bühler Networking Days, themes of sustainability, food safety, nutrition, and the opportunities of the Internet of Things are highlighted under a general motto of “Feeling Good about Food”. Read more

Bühler and Protix to boost industrial insect production

Uzwil, Switzerland / Dongen, Netherlands, January 16, 2017 – As the global population grows, so does the necessity for alternative, sustainably-generated protein sources. Insects provide a natural and sustainable protein source that will contribute to closing the future protein gap. In order to address this potential, Bühler – the leading solution provider for the food and feed industry – and Protix – the leading insect production company – have founded Bühler Insect Technology Solutions. This joint venture will provide scalable, industrial solutions for the rearing and processing of insects to customers and insect producers worldwide. Bühler Insect Technology Solutions has a global focus and has already begun operations. “By combining the knowledge and experience of our two companies, we can provide industrial insect processing solutions to address the alternative protein market,” explains Ian Roberts, CTO of Bühler. “Together, we can develop both sustainable and cost effective solutions for large scale insect producers and processors that cover the whole value chain,” adds Kees Aarts, CEO of Protix. Read more

Bühler’s PET sorting solution helps plastics recyclers increase yields by more than 30%

London, December 9, 2016 – Waste plastic is an enormous challenge worldwide. Yet, as production continues to increase, just 5% of waste plastic is recycled effectively. Bühler is addressing this global challenge with a tailored PET recycling solution, capable of improving yields by more than 30%. A strategic partnership with US-based National Recovery Technologies (NRT) allows the company to offer plastics recyclers a complete solution for plastic bottle and flake sorting. Read more

Bühler Aeroglide Appoints Paul Branson Director of Product Management

Cary, NC (November 16, 2016) – Bühler Aeroglide, a global leader in thermal process engineering and technology for food, feed, and industrial materials has appointed Paul Branson Director of Product Management. Read more

Hygiene innovations are key to reducing antibiotics in feed

Uzwil (Switzerland), November 15, 2016 – Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a serious threat to global health, intensified by the need to produce food on an industrial scale. AMR is a consequence of the overuse of antibiotics, mainly in animal food production. Hygienic measures across the feed production chain contribute significantly to reducing these. Béatrice Conde-Petit, Food Safety Officer at Bühler, addressed the need for safe and sustainable feed and food value chains at the Swiss Green Economy Symposium in Winterthur, Switzerland. The emerging threat of antibiotic resistant bacteria is posing a huge challenge for the industry in terms of food safety. Bacteria are changing and acquiring antimicrobial resistance. This is one of the biggest global public health threats,” says food technology expert, Conde-Petit. Read more

MassChallenge Switzerland awards six highest-impact start-ups 2016

Uzwil (Switzerland), November 4 – As part of its commitment to entrepreneurship and collaborative innovation, the Bühler Group is a founding partner of the start-up accelerator MassChallenge Switzerland. On November 2, Mass Challenge Switzerland celebrated the achievements of the start-ups in the 2016 programme and gave awards to the six highest-impact start-ups 2016, in the presence of Bühler Group CEO Stefan Scheiber and CTO Ian Roberts. Read more

Ian Roberts awarded European Chief Technology Officer of the Year 2016

Uzwil (Switzerland), October 28, 2016 – Ian Roberts, Chief Technology Officer of Bühler, has been awarded European CTO of the Year 2016 in large companies’ category. The award is honoring Bühler for its excellence in technology and innovation leadership, as well as top-management’s commitment to advance sustainable development. Read more

Bühler opens factory for rice processing equipment in Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), September 29, 2016 – The Bühler Group opened a factory in the Long An province in Vietnam today, addressing increased demand for high-quality rice processing solutions in the region. The new factory will employ over 200 workers and further expands Bühler’s global service and production network, delivering high-quality solutions to customers locally. At the same time, Bühler is further strengthening its leading position in the global rice processing industry (in terms of combined turnover in rice milling and logistics). Currently, around 30% of global rice production is processed on Bühler equipment. Read more

New orders confirm high demand for Bühler battery slurry solution, powering e-mobility

Demand for electrically powered cars and battery capacity is increasing globally. Bühler has introduced a revolutionary battery electrode slurry manufacturing process to the market, which constitutes a key step in the production of batteries. Bühler further confirms high demand for this solution with an additional large order over CHF 5 million, underlining its high market potential. Read more

Bühler launches modernization program in Switzerland

Uzwil (Switzerland), September 7, 2016 – Bühler launched today a modernization program designed to sustain the competitiveness of its Swiss locations. The program is aimed at best-in-class production and logistics, innovation, research, and training. “We are focusing on the strengths of Switzerland for industrial production,” says Bühler CEO Stefan Scheiber. The program has been set up for the next five years. In an initial step, the emphasis will be on optimizing production and supply chains: “We want to establish a best-in-class manufacturing system in Uzwil,” Scheiber explains. Read more

Innovation Generator: Bühler Networking Days

Uzwil (Switzerland), August 23, 2016 – Bühler is showcasing more than 30 innovations at the Bühler Networking Days, leveraging megatrends that are transforming the grain-processing industry: nutrition, food and feed safety, sustainability, and the Internet of Things (IoT). With every generation of solutions, Bühler aims at reducing the use of energy, water, and other resources by 30%. Read more

Research cooperation between Bosch and Bühler

Uzwil (Switzerland), August 22, 2016 – Bühler and Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions agreed to expand their existing successful collaboration for increased innovation and market launches, further leveraging the opportunities of the Internet of Things. New products are expected for 2017. Read more

How to feed 9 billion people: leaders from industry and science meet at Bühler Networking Days

Uzwil (Switzerland), August 22, 2016 – How to feed nine billion people healthily and sustainabily? Bühler addresses this challenge, together with key customers, scientists, and partners at the Bühler Networking Days. Around 750 participants take part in this key industry event. “We take the responsibility of the food and feed industry for a sustainable world very seriously. It is time to step up and make a difference,” says Stefan Scheiber, CEO of the Bühler Group. At the Bühler Networking Days, the company presents innovations that make a contribution to a sustainable food value chain, by increasing energy efficiency, yield, and quality, at lower costs. Read more

Stefan Scheiber is the new CEO of Bühler

Uzwil (Switzerland), July 1, 2016 – As announced a year ago, Stefan Scheiber is now CEO of Bühler. He succeeds Calvin Grieder, who will focus on his role as Chairman of the Board. “In order to continue the success story of Bühler, we want to seize the opportunities of accelerated change presented by megatrends such as digitization, safe feed and food, and sustainability,” said Stefan Scheiber at the occation of the CEO handover. As a result of this change, additional executive positions in the Grains & Food business have been reassigned. Read more

Internet of Things: creating solutions today, using tomorrow’s technology

Uzwil (Switzerland), June 29, 2016 – Bühler is introducing new milling and optical sorting solutions that leverage the opportunities of the Internet of Things. At the upcoming Bühler Networking Days, the company will unveil a new performance-boosting operator interface for plant control and other cutting-edge solutions using latest technology. Read more

Inauguration of MassChallenge Switzerland accelerator, with Bühler as founding partner

Innovation is at the core of Bühler’s strategy. The company invests 4 to 5% of its turnover in research and development every year. Bühler supports and fosters open and collaborative innovation initiatives, such as the MassChallenge Switzerland. The innovation accelerator opened its 1000m2 coworking space in Lausanne, Switzerland, to more than 70 start-ups for a 4-month program. Read more

Bühler discusses key trends that transform the grain-processing industry with CEOs and opinion leaders at the upcoming Bühler Networking Days

Uzwil (Switzerland), June 9 2016 – From August 22 to 24, Bühler has invited several hundred CEOs and opinion leaders in the grain-processing industry to gather in Uzwil, Switzerland to the Bühler Networking Days. During the event, we will present and discuss the technology and market trends, challenges and solutions that will transform our industry. Leading speakers from science and industry will provide inspiration with keynote speeches. Bühler will showcase its latest solutions portfolio in an exhibition covering 1800 square meters, featuring more than 30 innovations. Read more

Bühler strives for 20% higher energy efficiency by 2020

Energy efficiency is a top priority for Bühler, combining environmental and economic advantages. Driven by recent successes in this field, Bühler has set its target to reduce the energy requirement in our core processes by another 20% by 2020. During the Bühler Networking Days that will be held in Uzwil at the end of August, Bühler will present its current solutions and discuss them together with distinguished experts such as ETH Zurich President Lino Guzzella. Read more

Bühler presents first Food Engineering Award to Josef Hörmansperger from ETH Zurich

Uzwil, May 27, 2016 – At the 10th European PhD Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology, Bühler for the first time awarded the Bühler Food Engineering Award. The award was presented to Josef Hörmansperger, a PhD candidate from ETH Zurich, for developing a quality-preserving microbial decontamination method for food powders such as milk powder. With the Food Engineering Award, Bühler wants to encourage young researchers to address issues which are particularly relevant for the food industry. Read more

Food industry and young researchers work together to address industry challenges

Uzwil, April 25, 2016 – The global food industry faces an enormous challenge: By 2050, almost 10 billion people will have to be fed in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way. In order to achieve this, various issues need to be addressed, among them the industrial processing of alternative protein sources such as algae or insects, the development of new and innovative food products, implementing highest food safety standards across the entire value chain or reducing food and feed losses. „These challenges can no longer be solved by any company alone, but require a coordinated effort by the global food industry and the best researchers. With the 10th European PhD Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology, Bühler aims to provide a platform to bring together the best young European researchers in the field of Food Engineering and to strengthen the collaboration between leading industry players and academia“, explains Ian Roberts, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Bühler. For the first time this year, Bühler will award the Bühler Food Engineering Award to a selected researcher. This award will complement the Julius Maggi Research Award sponsored by Nestlé. Read more

Bühler speeds up e-mobility with new technology

Uzwil (Switzerland), April 26, 2016 – In the future, electrically powered cars are expected to play a key role in improving the air quality in metropolitan areas and reducing CO2 emissions. As a consequence, the increase in e-fleets and thus also battery capacities is being pushed on a global scale – and especially in China. For manufacturing the key component of these energy storage devices, the so-called battery electrode slurry, Bühler has in the past years joined forces with the Chinese manufacturer Lishen and developed an entirely new and much more efficient production process – and has now been awarded the first large-scale order by Lishen for four production lines worth almost CHF 10 million. “For us, this order means that we have entered the rapidly growing market of the future of e-mobility,” explains Samuel Schär, CEO of the Bühler Advanced Materials Business. Read more

The World Embraces Pulses

Uzwil (Switzerland), March 3, 2016 – Pulses are gaining ground: in Europe alone, more than 3500 pulse-based products have been launched since 2010 – and this continues to grow. This is good news for the environment as these dry edible seeds of legume crops are an extremely sustainable source of protein. To further raise awareness of pulses, which are both climate-friendly and healthy, the UN has proclaimed 2016 the “International Year of Pulses” (IYOP). Béatrice Conde-Petit, food scientist and technologist for Bühler adds: “The growing interest from the food industry in including pulses in new food formulations is opening up a vast range of processing opportunities for this valuable crop. As consumer awareness of this food group increases, the up-take of pulses within food products will grow rapidly, supported by pioneering processing technology.” For Bühler, solutions for the cleaning, sorting, and processing of pulses, are an important market with high growth opportunities. Read more

Bühler takes pole position in global rice processing

Zurich, February 12, 2016 – Bühler has become the number one supplier in industrialized rice processing. Its position in the industry as a trusted technology partner to processing businesses is further underlined by its raft of innovative solutions to suit the needs of processors large and small. Read more

Bühler grows and increases profits

Uzwil, 10 February 2016 – In 2015, Bühler Group achieved a sustainable performance, with perceptible growth in turnover and improved profits – despite a challenging economic environment. Turnover was up by 3.4% to CHF 2.4 billion, with EBIT rising by 22.4% to CHF 177 million. This corresponds to an EBIT margin of 7.3% (previous year: 6.2%). Currency-adjusted, Bühler grew by 7.1% and order intake, slightly down amounting to CHF 2.5 billion (-4.3%), would have remained almost stable. “These good results were only possible due to the strong dedication of our employees, their readiness to work extra hours and the comprehensive package of measures which we implemented immediately after abandonment of the Euro peg”, says Bühler CEO Calvin Grieder, adding: “We owe our employees our sincerest thanks.” Read more

Annual results 2015

Uzwil (Switzerland), January 20th, 2016 – In a challenging fiscal year 2015, Bühler Group has succeeded in increasing its turnover and improving its profitability. A particularly strong development registered its business in North America and Asia as well as solutions of Advanced Materials as a strategic supplier to the automotive industry. “Despite the many challenges, we have achieved a sustainable result,“ says CEO Calvin Grieder. He continues: “We owe our special thanks to our employees, whose high level of flexibility and extra efforts made a significant contribution to this result.” Read more

Clemens Blum New Member of the Bühler Board of Directors

Uzwil (Switzerland), December 17, 2015 – Clemens Blum (59) has been elected as Member of the Board of Directors of Bühler AG and Bühler Holding AG. Read more

MassChallenge Boston expansion to Switzerland

Boston, Geneva, December 13, 2015 – MassChallenge today announced the expansion of its global accelerator network to Switzerland, and detailed plans to launch a MassChallenge accelerator there in 2016. The accelerator will combine MassChallenge’s  no-equity, competition-based model with the energy and potential of Switzerland’s startup ecosystem. Based in Geneva or Lausanne, the accelerator will focus on promising startups across all of Switzerland and will also serve as an attractive entry-point for entrepreneurs all over the world who are eager to access Switzerland’s thriving innovation economy.  Read more

How to mobilize the apprenticeship

Uzwil, November 11, 2015 – Today’s Bühler apprentices spend several months of their vocational training outside Switzerland. This extended assignment abroad is possible thanks to a distance-teaching concept called ClassUnlimited™, which was launched in 2012 by Bühler and the Vocational School and School of Further Education BZWU Wil-Uzwil. After three years, the two partners are now presenting a further development of the world’s largest classroom. “We have set up a new didactic concept which combines the benefits of classic teaching with the possibilities of the digital media,” says Felix Tschirky, Deputy Director BZWU. “From this has emerged a unique form of decentralized learning that helps impart the required international mobility to the apprenticeship”, adds Andreas Bischof, Head of Apprenticeship at Bühler Read more

Bühler establishes logistics center in Germany

Alzenau (Germany), October 6th, 2015 – The Uzwil-based Bühler Technology Group is investing in its site in Alzenau, Germany, the headquarters of its thin-film technology leader Bühler Leybold Optics, to build a state-of-the-art logistics center. By the end of the year, the Bühler Die Casting and Grinding & Dispersion units, currently operating their logistics and warehousing faciliaties in Viernheim, Germany, will move to Alzenau. “With the integration of the logistics of three business areas here in Alzenau, we are strengthening our site as well as accelerating our deliveries to customers in Europe and the rest of the world,” says Antonio Requena, CEO and Managing Director of Bühler’s Business Area Leybold Optics. Read more

Buhler Sortex and NRT join forces to offer a ‘one-stop shop’ to plastics recyclers

London/ Nashville, October 1, 2015 – As the demand for plastic sorting solutions continues to soar, Buhler Sortex, a member of The Bühler Group, and US-based National Recovery Technologies (NRT) are entering a strategic commercial agreement to offer plastics recyclers a complete solution for plastic bottle and flake sorting. The companies are bringing together more than 100 years of combined expertise in optical sorting giving recyclers access to their  proven technologies, engineering expertise and  their extensive customer service and support networks. Read more

Bühler acquires chocolate specialist Hosokawa Bepex

Uzwil, Hirakata, October 1, 2015 – To further strengthen its chocolate business, Bühler Group on September 30, 2015 signed a contract to acquire the German-based Hosokawa Bepex GmbH – a subsidiary of HOSOKAWA ALPINE Aktiengesellschaft – and part of its listed Hosokawa Micron Group, Hirakata. The transaction was closed yesterday. “For Bühler, this acquisition is a perfect fit because it supplements our leading chocolate processing capabilities by the addition of the special confectionery know-how of Hosokawa Bepex,” says Serge Entleitner, Head of Bühler Business Area Consumer Foods.  Read more

Bühler Sells Nano-additive Oxylink™

Uzwil, September 16, 2015 – Bühler has transferred all of its production capacities for making the nano-additive Oxylink™ to its strategic partner Micronisers Australasia, Australia, thus ensuring the successful continuation of the business. Read more

Bühler Committed to UN Sustainability Goals

Uzwil, September 7, 2015: “The new UN Sustainable Development Goals – most likely to be agreed within the next weeks – are a significant and highly important step towards a sustainable development of the entire world. These goals can only be reached on the basis of political and technological progress. Despite its size, Switzerland and its economy could play a relevant role on the way to achieving these goals thanks to its food, medical, and engineering industries as well as its excellent scientific scene. Bühler, which contributes to safe food and lower carbon emissions with its business, is fully committed to these goals,” said Ian Roberts, Chief Technology Officer, at the 20th Lifefair Forum in Zürich.  Read more

Bühler continues extra work hours in a reduced form.

Uzwil, September 2, 2015 – Following intense negotiations, Bühler has reached an agreement with its Employee Commission to continue extra work hours to counter the strong Swiss franc, but in a reduced form from 45 hours a week down to 42.5 hours a week. The agreement will remain in force until the end of March 2016. “We thank our employees for their commitment, their flexibility, and their contribution to maintaining the competitiveness of our Swiss location,” says Bühler CEO Calvin Grieder. Read more

Caffè Chicco d’Oro acquires a taste for Bühler

Uzwil, August 6, 2015 – The Bühler Group has won a significant order from Caffè Chicco d’Oro for a complete coffee roasting and grinding line. The integrated Bühler processing solution covers the entire processing chain, starting with the green beans to the end product of roast and ground coffee. Read more

Verified Mortality Rate in Flour and Semolina

Insects and their eggs should not be in flour and semolina nor in the resulting food products. Milling operations have various options for keeping their plants and products free of insects and insect eggs. To destroy insects and their eggs in the product, the use of an impact machine is imperative. Read more

Stefan Scheiber will become the new CEO of Bühler effective July 1, 2016

Uzwil (Switzerland), July 9, 2015 – On July 1, 2016 Stefan Scheiber will succeed Calvin Grieder as the CEO of Bühler. Calvin Grieder, who has successfully held this office for 15 years, will then focus on his role as Chairman of the Board. Read more

Bühler opens training mill in Nairobi

Uzwil, May 13, 2015 – The Uzwil technology group Bühler has opened the first-ever training mill in Africa in the Kenyan capital Nairobi. The first 27 African students from nine different African countries began their two-year milling course a few weeks ago. “With this investment in well-qualified millers, we are helping the continent to further develop this key industry”, says Bühler expert Martin Schlauri, who manages the milling school in Africa. Read more

Bühler casts itself as a global solution partner to the food industry

Uzwil, May 19, 2015 – Gluten-free pasta, safe foods, highly efficient grain processing solutions and global service stations: Bühler is presenting itself as a global solution partner to the food industry at this year’s Ipack-Ima in Milan, the trade fair for processing and packaging technology. “Food evokes an emotional response and also has regional ties", says Stefan Scheiber, CEO Grains & Food at Bühler. “Our comprehensive process and solution know-how allows us to produce regional foods on an industrial scale, and in a way that is both economical and safe. At the same time, we ensure, with our global service network, the highest utilization rates of customer installations around the world”, says Scheiber. This year's booth will focus on application-specific solutions and innovative process technologies as well as high energy efficiency and food safety. Read more

Bühler signs large-scale contract over CHF 50 million

Uzwil, May 11, 2015 – The Saudi Arabian flour producer Grain Silos & Flour Mills Organization (GSFMO) has entrusted the Bühler Technology Group with building a new flour milling complex in Jazan. The plant will be constructed over the next three years in the southernmost port of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and will boast a wheat processing capacity of 600 metric tons per 24 hours. Since 1978, 50 percent of all flour mills in the Kingdom have been supplied by Bühler. “We are very pleased to continue our strategic partnership with GSFMO in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Once again, we have convinced a customer by the quality of our plants, our technology and process know-how, and the local services we can provide,” says Stefan Scheiber, Bühler CEO Grains & Food. Read more

Bühler Die Casting with strong growth signals

Uzwil (Switzerland), Düsseldorf (Germany), June 23, 2015 – The Bühler Die Casting business received strong growth signals and substantial orders at the 13th International Foundry Trade Fair (GIFA) in Düsseldorf, Germany, which ended last Saturday. In total, the company got new orders and commitments worth more than CHF 40 million, to be delivered over the next three years. “The GIFA trade fair was a strong confirmation for our leading market and technology position in the aluminum die casting industry”, says Jonathan Abbis, Head of Bühler’s Business Area Die Casting. Regionally, Asia remains a key driver, which was endorsed by a large order for Bühler by the Chinese Wencan Group. Read more

Bühler is ready to lead the die casting industry through the next growth cycle

Uzwil, June 16, 2015 – With more and more cars being manufactured globally, lightweight construction is becoming key to reducing fuel consumption and carbon emissions. An increasing number of car parts such as engine blocks or structural parts are being manufactured from aluminum using high-pressure die casting. At the 13th International Foundry Trade Fair (GIFA) starting today in Düsseldorf, Germany, Bühler Die Casting is highlighting its role as the global solution provider for aluminum high-pressure die casting. As the only supplier, it boasts production and service capabilities in Europe, the United States, and China, covering all three major automotive markets in the world. Today, one in four aluminum engine blocks are produced with Bühler technology, and every second car uses light-alloy parts made on Bühler machines. “With innovations such as a new human machine interface and monitoring system, the Ecoline Pro line with integrated peripherals as well as an integrated vacuum system, we are demonstrating our commitment to maximum production efficiency and parts quality as well as easy automation. We are fully prepared to lead the industry through the next growth cycle,” explains Jonathan Abbis, Head of Business Area Die Casting. Read more

Bühler vocational training celebrates its centenary

Uzwil, June 15, 2015 – Exactly 100 years ago, Bühler decided to rely on sound vocational training as the basis for its future business success. Today, the company still continuously and far-sightedly takes account of ongoing changes within the organization, the economy, education, and society at large. On June 13, Bühler celebrated this anniversary in Uzwil together with some 2,000 guests. The celebrations looked behind the scenes and forward into the future toward the challenges that the dual vocational training system is facing. Read more


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