05. December 2023

Eugen Seitz plans new headquarters in Pfäffikon ZH

Growth with sustainable technology – investing in Switzerland – creation of an inspiring working environment

Eugen Seitz AG, a specialist in valve technology, is considering the construction of new headquarters in Pfäffikon ZH, triggered by the company's growth plans. Eugen Seitz makes a significant contribution to the beverage industry in the development and provision of technologies that reduce energy consumption and promote sustainability in production. For hydrogen refuelling stations, Eugen Seitz' solutions are helping to drive forward the development of a sustainable infrastructure and thus promote a future-oriented mobility. In general, alternative fuels are a major topic for Eugen Seitz. To continue to grow in these markets, Eugen Seitz needs additional capacity and expansion options. The company, currently based in Wetzikon, is aiming to double its business volume in the long term.

Fabian Seitz, CEO of Eugen Seitz and third-generation owner, comments: «Business is going well. We as owners want to invest in the future. The focus is on our two successful business areas in the beverage and hydrogen markets. We are committed to Switzerland as a business location. We want to score as an employer of choice in the Zurich Oberland region and create new jobs in Pfäffikon. An attractive place to work is a prerequisite for this.»

Marco Hirzel, Mayor of Pfäffikon, says: «We are delighted that Eugen Seitz will be moving here soon – without a doubt an asset for our municipality. The company involved us in the planning at an early stage. We are looking forward to the realisation of the construction project with confidence.»

The new building is planned for the Barzloo industrial zone in Pfäffikon ZH. The Seitz family acquired the respective lot from the municipality over 15 years ago. The new headquarters will include premises for production and assembly, offices, storage, logistics and laboratories. Sustainability aspects and a modern working environment will be given high priority. The construction project is currently at the planning stage.

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