ABB is a Swedish-Swiss multinational corporation headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, operating mainly in robotics, power, heavy electrical equipment and automation technology areas. It is ranked 341th in the Fortune 500 global list of 2018 and has been a global Fortune 500 company for 24 years.
Arctic GmbH, formerly known as Arctic Cooling, is a Swiss-founded manufacturer of computer cooling components, mainly CPU and graphics card coolers, case fans and thermal compound. Since 2010, Arctic expanded its business by starting a range of products to cater other consumer demands beyond that of computer cooling hardware. Nowadays, Arctic also offers various consumer products—spanning audio, home entertainment and computer peripherals. In 2012, Arctic was nominated as one of the finalists in the annual PCR Awards.
Bamix, ESGE Ltd. is a Swiss company, which is active in the sector of electrical kitchen appliances and which was founded in 1953. It produces the Bamix, a hand-held blender. The same appliance is called "ESGE Zauberstab" in Germany. Furthermore, ESGE Ltd produce also appliances which are cobranded. The models are Mono, Classic, DeLuxe, SwissLine, Superbox, Gastro and SliceSy. The company name results from the names Gschwend and Spingler, the founders of the original company, founded in Germany during the Fifties.
Davidoff is a Swiss premium brand of cigars, cigarettes and smoker’s accessories. It is owned by Oettinger Davidoff AG, which is based in Basel, Switzerland.
Endress+Hauser is a Swiss-based instrumentation and process automation company. Endress+Hauser operates in the instrumentation market with offices around the world, producing instruments measuring level, volume flow, mass flow, density, pressure, and temperature. They also produce a range of analytical instrumentation measuring variables in water quality, such as pH/ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, and turbidity. The company produces a range of instruments designed for use in dangerous environments and extreme conditions.
Roche Holding AG
F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG is a Swiss multinational healthcare company that operates worldwide under two divisions: Pharmaceuticals and Diagnostics. Its holding company, Roche Holding AG, has bearer shares listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange. The company headquarters are located in Basel.
IQAir is a Swiss-based company that specializes in technology solutions that help protect people from airborne pollutants. IQAir implements this technology in residential, commercial and public buildings. IQAir also engages in international projects that create ultra-clean living and working environments.
Jura Elektroapparate AG
Jura Elektroapparate AG is a Swiss developer and distributor of home appliances, headquartered in Niederbuchsiten, Canton of Solothurn. The company was founded in 1931 by Leo Henzirohs. Formerly, Jura ran its own factory, but it has outsourced production since the 1990s.
The Kudelski Group is a Swiss company that manufactures hardware and software digital security and convergent media systems for the delivery of digital and interactive content. Its technologies are used in services and applications requiring access control and digital rights management for the monetization of digital media by content owners and service providers for digital television and interactive applications across broadcast, broadband and mobile delivery networks. The Kudelski Group is also involved in the area of access control and management of people or vehicles to sites and events. It additionally offers professional recorders and high-end hi-fi products. The Kudelski Group is headquartered in Cheseaux-sur-Lausanne. It operates in five continents and employs about 3800 people. Its services and content protection technologies are used by more than 120 leading pay-TV operators around the world securing content delivered to more than 133 million active smart cards and devices. Its products have been integrated into more than 150 million devices, enabling advanced user interfaces, video-on-demand, personal video recording, advanced advertising and a variety of enhanced television applications.
Luminox is a brand of watch. Their watches are notable for containing tritium inserts, providing long-term luminescence.
Mouawad is a privately held Swiss and Emirati luxury goods company that makes fashion accessories, jewelry and retail company that sources diamonds and gemstones, designs, manufacturers, and sells jewelry collections, objects of art, and luxury watches. The firm has headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, with a Middle East headquarters at Jumeirah Lakes Towers in Dubai. Founded in 1891 in Beirut, Lebanon by David Mouawad, the firm is now led by 4th generation co-guardians Fred Mouawad, Alain Mouawad and Pascal Mouawad. The firm's jewelry and watch design and manufacturing divisions are located in Switzerland and Asia Pacific.
Nobel Biocare is a company that manufactures dental implants and CAD/CAM-based individualized prosthetics and is headquartered in Kloten, Switzerland near the Zürich Airport. Nobel Biocare in its current form was founded in 2002. It originates in a partnership formed in 1978 between Swedish medical researcher Professor Per-Ingvar Brånemark and Bofors, a Swedish company, to industrialize Brånemark’s discovery of osseointegration.
Novartis International AG
Novartis International AG is a Swiss multinational pharmaceutical company based in Basel, Switzerland. It is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies by both market capitalization and sales.
Rivella is a soft drink from Switzerland, created by Robert Barth in 1952, which is produced from milk whey, and therefore includes ingredients such as lactose, lactic acid and minerals. It comes in seven varieties.
RUAG is a Swiss technology company, with its headquarters in Bern. It has production sites in Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Hungary, Austria and United States, and sales companies in Australia, UK, France, Belgium, Brazil and Malaysia.
Scott Sports SA
Scott Sports SA is a Swiss producer of bicycles, winter equipment, motorsports gear and sportswear. Company's main office is in Givisiez, Switzerland. Branches are located around Europe and in USA, South Africa and India.
Known by its initials, SIG, SIG Combibloc Group AG was previously known as SIG Holding AG, and was originally founded as Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft. SIG Combibloc Group AG has been active in various businesses during its more than 170 years of operation. Since 2000, the company has undergone strategic refocus, selling the SIG Sauer branch to L & O Holdings, and focusing on its packaging operations, SIG Pack and SIG Beverages, then, solely, on its SIG Combibloc aseptic carton infrastructure and packaging division.
Sika AG is a specialty chemical company for building and motor vehicle supplies, headquartered in Baar, Switzerland. It has a leading market position in both the building sector and the automotive industry. Business activities focus on the seven target markets.
Sinar Photography AG
Sinar Photography AG is a Swiss company based in Zurich manufacturing specialized high-resolution view cameras for studio, reproduction, landscape and architecture photography.
Skyguide is an air navigation service provider which manages and monitors Swiss airspace. The company, which was formerly known as Swisscontrol, changed its name to skyguide in 2001. Skyguide is a joint-stock company under Swiss private law which is responsible, on behalf of the Swiss Confederation, for ensuring the safety of all Swiss airspace and of adjoining airspace areas in Germany, Austria, France and Italy that have been delegated to its control. For Swiss airspace, this duty extends to both civil and military air navigation services.
The Swiss Life Group
The Swiss Life Group is the largest life insurance company of Switzerland and one of Europe’s leading comprehensive life and pensions and financial solutions providers, with approximately CHF 224 bn of assets under management. Founded in 1867 in Zurich as the Schweizerische Lebensversicherungs und Rentenanstalt cooperative, the company entered the Swiss stock market in 1997 and adopted its current name in 2002. In 2017 the group declared a premium income of CHF 18.6 bn, a 6% increase over the previous year. Net profit increased by 9% to CHF 1013 million. Swiss Life is one of the twenty companies listed under the Swiss Market Index, as SLHN.
Swisscom AG is a major telecommunications provider in Switzerland. Its headquarters are located at Worblaufen near Bern. The Swiss Confederation owns 51.0 percent of Swisscom AG. According to its own published data, Swisscom holds a market share of 60% for mobile, 67% for broadband and 33% for TV telecommunication in Switzerland. Its Italian subsidiary Fastweb is attributed 16% of private clients and 29% of corporate clients share of Italian broadband and is also active in the mobile market.
u-blox is a Swiss company that creates wireless semiconductors and modules for consumer, automotive and industrial markets. They operate as a fabless IC and design house. Their wireless solutions connect machines, vehicles and people to locate their exact positions and communicate via short range or cellular networks. Using their portfolio of chips, modules or software solutions it’s possible to create subsystems and products to fulfill needs for the Internet of Things (IoT), M2M or Car2Car solutions quick and cost-effectively.
Victorinox is a knife manufacturer based in the town of Ibach, in the Canton of Schwyz, Switzerland. It is well known for its Swiss Army knives. The Swiss Army knives made by Victorinox are made of Swedish steel from Sandvik. Since its acquisition of rival Wenger in 2005, it has become the sole supplier of multi-purpose knives to the Swiss army. It is the biggest manufacturer of pocket knives in the world; in addition, the company licenses its logo for watches, apparel, and travel gear.
Made in Switzerland. Certification
All the brands that have the “Made in Switzerland” label went through two-staged system of labelling in REC