Proactive reduction of packaging for raw materials.
Delivery of raw materials in large volumes by dry-bulk tankers whenever possible. Re-use of boxes and pallets by suppliers for some one third of total raw materials. Recycling, if possible, of non-reusable pallets, boxes and packa-ging materials.
Warehouse at Datwyler plant in Nový Bydžov, Czech Republic
Automation and digitalization as growth driver for our industries. We are global leader in the production of seals for portioned beverage.
Proactive chemical compliance management.
Datwyler goes beyond legal requirements worldwide. Increase of occupational safety of our employees. Reduction of environmental impact of our products. Natural rubber accounts for less than 1% of rubber raw materials. Customers benefit from particularly safe elastomer compounds.
Billions of syringes worldwide contain Datwyler components. We are global number two for Sealing Solutions for Parenteral Medicines & Medical Devices.
Constantly working on better solutions.
After more than 20 years at the company, I am proud to say I still feel very motivated to continue my work and provide our customers with better solutions for the future.
Agna Francis, Head of Material Development Healthcare
We advise you about the manufacturability of your ideas.
Are you unsure if your product idea meets all requirements for manufacturability? Provide us with the data of your elastomer molded parts and we will let you know within 24 hours if your product proves to be manufacturable.
Embracing Digitalization in the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
Digital technologies are reshaping healthcare, the pharmaceutical industry, and its supply chain. But what is the vision for the future, and how can companies along the value chain ensure they are ready?
Datwyler installs «Uri’s largest photovoltaic system»
Datwyler is installing “Uri’s largest photovoltaic system" at its Schattdorf site, with an annual production of around 800,000 kilowatt hours. This corresponds to the annual electricity consumption of around 200 four-person single-family homes. The project also involves the company's own electrician apprentices.
How are we developing sealing solutions today and tomorrow?
Increasing requirements, reduced costs, short time-to-market - this all needs to be considered when developing sealing solutions. One solution is the use of digital twins and state-of-the-art simulation tools.