Beck Automation AG is pleased to announce the opening of its new facility in Dällikon. This move highlights the ongoing growth and the commitment to providing top-notch service and innovative solutions to the  customers of Beck Automation. The new location is specifically designed for automations in the medical technology sector to meet the increasing demands of this industry. At the same time, this new facility will replace our previous site in Oberengstringen.

The new facility in Dällikon offers expanded capacities and state-of-the-art amenities, allowing Beck Automation to further optimize the production and service processes. This expansion enables them to respond more quickly and flexibly to their customers’ needs while maintaining the high standards of quality. In particular, Beck Automation will deepen the expertise in the medical technology sector and offer specialized automation solutions.

“The opening of our new facility in Dällikon is a significant milestone in our 90-year history,” said Nicolas Beck, CEO of Beck Automation AG. “This expansion allows us to further enhance our market presence and provide even better service to our customers in the region and beyond. The focus on medical automation is an important step to address the specific needs of this dynamic industry.”

The new facility is located at Rietstrasse 14, 8108 Dällikon, Switzerland, and is now operational. The building is designed to accommodate approximately 80 employees and offers modern office spaces along with around 1,000 square meters of assembly and logistics space.

About Beck Automation AG
Beck Automation AG is a leading provider of automation solutions, particularly in the field of in-mold labeling, headquartered in Dällikon, Switzerland, with branches in Portugal and the USA. For over 40 years, we have been developing innovative automation solutions that help our customers increase their efficiency and productivity. Our mission is to create value for our customers through technological excellence and top-tier service.

Beck Automation has been in business since 1934. More than 1000 reference machines highlight the global significance of the company.