City of Lausanne, Switzerland, where the Delta robot was invented.
The new headqarters of Demaurex.



Vufflens-la-Ville, Switzerland



Demaurex is a pioneer in robotics technology and was instrumental in bringing the Delta robot to market. Today Demaurex is one of the best known manufacturers of pick & place systems using this technology. Both packaged and unpackaged products are picked, as well as packaging elements such as blisters or thermoformed parts. Demaurex's offering consists of robotic cells and integrated cartoning systems. Demaurex has been part of the Rotzinger Group since 2018 and is based in Vufflens-la-Ville, which is adjacent to the city of Lausanne. Demaurex employs around 90 people. Industries:
Food packaging
Confectionery packaging
Pharma packaging
Delta robots picking tortillas and placing them on a hygiene conveyor belt.

Demaurex: History

Demaurex logo.

Demaurex was founded in 1983 by Marc-Olivier Demaurex. In the early years, the company developed and manufactured, among other things, the mechanics for the Logitech computer mouse and produced an impressive number of automated systems for various applications. In 1988, Demaurex acquired the patent for the Delta robot, which was developed at the nearby technical university of Lausanne (EPFL). From then on, the focus was on the further development and application of the Delta robot, especially for food and confectionery handling. In 1999, Demaurex was sold to the company Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft (SIG). Five years later, Bosch Packaging Technology acquired SIG Pack and with it Demaurex. In 2018, Demaurex joined the Rotzinger Group. 

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