Competent plastics production from Switzerland

Family business since 1874

Granulat als Basis für Kunststoffproduktion aus der Schweiz

In Mould Technology (IMD & IML)

Multi-layer painted components in the injection molding process

Using the so-called “In-Mould-Decoration” (IMD) process, control panels for the latest generation of ovens from a well-known Swiss manufacturer are produced by A. & J. Stöckli AG in Netstal. The components are characterized by high-quality, customer-specific designs in “real brushed optics” while at the same time meeting the highest demands on durability. The production machine specially installed for this purpose is currently unique in Switzerland. The implementation of IMD designer panels in the oven area is an absolute novelty worldwide.


Module assembly

Cohesive joining and printing

We use vibration, ultrasound or infrared welding to join thermoplastics in a materially bonded manner. We are able to connect small to large plastic components with one another. We also have the most modern printing processes such as pad printing for printing on plastic parts.
We apply pictograms, labels, labels, brand logos or warning notices directly to a wide variety of components.

Nachhaltige Kunststoffproduktion aus der Schweiz
Kunststoffproduktion aus der Schweiz

Visible parts made of plastic

High quality from a visual and technical perspective

We produce visually and technically high-quality plastic parts for household appliances such as coffee machines. According to the specifications of our customers, these parts come directly from the injection moulding tool in a high-gloss finish or with a surface structure. Here, plastic parts are created without any distortion and exactly to measure. Typical fields of application for visible parts made of plastic are found in power tools, measuring and surveying technology, the sanitary industry, medical and laboratory technology and household appliances.

Technical parts

Technical parts merge into visible

Plastic materials have made great progress in terms of mechanical properties. Based on this development This fact plastic is being used more and more as a substitute for other materials such as steel. This trend is visible in many industries such as automotive and electrical appliances.

Nachhaltige Kunststoffproduktion aus der Schweiz