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With care and precision to the Unimatic

With his affable manner and a good dose of perfectionism, Blerim Memeti has worked as a production employee for Unimatic washing machines for over 14 years. From packing the machines to installing sensitive electronics, the perfectionism of this father-of-two is equally noticeable in every step of the process. Since the first Unimatic came off the production line in 1950, plenty has changed in the production facility, but one thing has stayed the same: people are still at the heart of the manufacturing process, assembling our Unimatics with a great deal of care and precision. Continue reading

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A revolutionary innovation: DualDry

His job calls for an excellent understanding of thermodynamics, construction and electrical engineering. For the past three years, Matthias Etterlin, a development engineer, has been responsible for base assembly for tumble dryers. However, he and V-ZUG go back much further, because he completed his apprenticeship as a designer in his present team and worked there for a further year after finishing his training. The ambitious designer then studied mechanical engineering at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Continue reading

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Cutting-edge technology for maximum cooking enjoyment

He doesn’t cook much at home – he’s not a hobby cook, explains the multi-talented Daniel Christen. However, if he had the opportunity to fit a FullFlex hob in his home, things might be a bit different. “To use an appliance in your own home that you’ve helped to design yourself, that would be quite something,” declares Daniel, who is Group Leader in Electronics Hardware Development. Although he doesn’t cook every day, his enthusiasm for hobs is immense. Continue reading

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Swiss Coolness

As soon as you set foot in the V-ZUG cooling technology factory, you can immediately sense how much of Zug there is in the place. Located in Arbon on Lake Constance, the 143 employees are geographically remote from Zug, but V-ZUG blood certainly flows through their veins. “I’ve always worked for traditional Swiss companies,” explains Andreas Albrecht, Head of Production. “That has always been important for me.” It’s for this reason that he and his personality are such a good fit with V-ZUG, as he himself says. And Adrian Bachmann is also proud to work for a brand that instils confidence: “Top-class Swiss quality is what constitutes a good fridge for me – and as a Swiss firm, that makes us strong.” Continue reading

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