Zühlke moves into its new site in Schlieren
Innovative service provider Zühlke has successfully moved into its new site at JED in Schlieren. Thanks to the flexible architecture and innovative environment, which was once home to the printing press for the Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ), the company can continue to grow.
Schlieren (Zurich) - Zühlke was able to acquire the space from Swiss Prime Site Immobilien AG as an anchor tenant in April. Since Monday, 8 June, the new building at JED has been coming to life as the first employees return to the office after working from home as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Innovative environment for successful projects
Nicolas Durville, CEO of Zühlke Switzerland, said the following about the company’s move to the former premises of the NZZ printing press: "Our new home represents an enormous opportunity for a company like Zühlke. The flexible architecture, open space, and innovative environment promote dialogue between employees but also with customers and partners. This will allow us to realise multidisciplinary customer projects even better in future and make our success visible".
Peter Lehmann, CEO of Swiss Prime Site Immobilien, adds: "The amount of courage it took to invest in this empty building has paid off. It is an impressive example of how an industrial space can be preserved by transforming it into a modern work environment, which is completely in line with the wishes of our anchor tenant Zühlke".
Since the opening in Schlieren
By moving across the tracks from Wiesenstrasse to Zürcherstrasse, Zühlke remains faithful to the Schlieren site. The company was founded by Gerhard Zühlke as Zühlke Engineering AG in the city in 1968.
As a service provider for innovation projects, Zühlke transforms expertise in business and technology into solutions that amaze its clients. The company develops economically successful products, services and business models for the digital future, from the idea to implementation and operation. More than 1200 experts with experience gathered from over 10,000 projects contribute to this process. The Zühlke Group has a presence in Switzerland, Germany, the UK, Austria, Serbia, Bulgaria, Hong Kong and Singapore. In 2019, the company generated revenue to the tune of CHF 170 million (EUR 153 million).