Development and manufacturing processes of a machine are complex and require a lot of patience. Developers have to face a number of problems requiring proper solutions – from first draft to design and programming. Thanks […]
Werner Baumann is proud of his new Aebi TT281. And he is proud to be able to call the first vehicle from the series his own. For the new leading model from Aebi is not […]
Tuesday evening, 13 June 2017, 8 pm. Barbara Bürgisser, dressed in black, gazes at the conductor with concentration and expectation. She sits in the third row and is ready for her first performance in the […]
I am Paul Schlachter, 20 years old and a trainee mechatronics engineer at the company Aebi Schmidt in St. Blasien, Germany. After completing my studies at secondary school and attending a specialist electrical engineering college […]
David Achermann is on board the ASH Group since 2009, starting off in the area of process and quality management he moved over to take the responsibility for the Asia Pacific area as Area Sales […]
18,760 kilometres of distance or 20 hours of flight time – there is hardly any place in the world which is further away from the birthplace of the Aebi vehicles than New Zealand. Anyone who only associates the “red Ferraris” from Burgdorf with steep mountain slopes and lush alpine meadows would be surprised to learn of all the places across the globe where they are found. The typical Aebi red also shines in quite a few fields down under, and not only there…
Impressive Winter service demonstration at 1,360 meters above sea level in Switzerland
Any chain is only as strong as its weakest link. This is also true of a chain where it is particularly important for individual links to join together perfectly: the logistics chain. Logistics dictates the pace of any production operation. If it falters, it is only a matter of time before everything comes to a standstill.
A fully functioning logistics (chain) is therefore not just an important part of our production processes in our factories. It must also guarantee that our customers can be supplied with original spare parts across the full life cycle of the equipment and machinery. All year round and all over the world.
…. on two blades and quite smooth ice
Friday morning at 6.30 am and -15° Celsius, the sun is still hiding deeply below the Kärntner alps. Otto de Boer pulls his scarf closer around his neck and a puts on his headlight. Beside him another 1500 early risers who gathered in the charming little place Weissensee in Austria are looking forward to the starting signal – the starting signal for an unusual but by now traditional spectacle: the “Alternative Dutch 11-Cities-Tour“. The scenery ist he biggest natural ice surface in all of Europe: The Weissensee.