The project will commence in Q3 of 2017, and completion is expected to be in the beginning of 2019. “We aim to drive business growth through innovations that contribute to a better future for many more generations to come,” said CEO Stefan Scheiber.
Today the company significantly contributes to the world’s food system and the future of mobility: around 60% of the globally harvested grains are processed on Bühler technology; around 25% of all engine blocks worldwide are made on Bühler Die Casting machines.
The disruptive changes in business and technology represented by digitalization, the challenges of sustainability, and the need for clean mobility are now transforming the industries Bühler supports. This announcement is the next step in Bühler’s ongoing modernization of the Uzwil site. The program is aimed at best-in-class innovation, research, training and education as well as production and logistics