We want to start off our anniversary year by showing you behind the scenes insights from our private museum. Enjoy this little journey through time.
Since the first manufacture of PB Swiss Tools Classic handles in 1953, CAB (cellulose acetate butyrate) has been used until now. This raw material is not made from oil, but from a renewable resource – wood. The materials left over in production are shredded and added back to the base.
When stored in airtight containers such as drawers and tool cases, handles made from the modified natural CAB substance develop an unpleasant odor. The development of an odor is not linked to the material properties, i.e. the product remains qualitatively sound in terms of its functionality. To neutralize the odor, we add a discreet vanilla fragrance to our handles.
In 1982 PB Swiss Tools was the fourth Swiss company to integrate the first industrial robots into production. They took on monotonous tasks and ensured the continued growth of the company. Employees were also able to benefit from this, as they could now dedicate themselves to a wide range of tasks.
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