City of Basel, Switzerland, close to the Rotzinger headquarters.
Headquarters of Rotzinger.



Kaiseraugst, Switzerland



Rotzinger systems for product flow regulation ensure that the production process on the one hand and the packaging process on the other are optimally synchronized. The aim is to utilize the packaging machines as fully as possible and to avoid rejects. In order to achieve these goals, Rotzinger offers customer-specific solutions with which products can be temporarily stored. These solutions range from simple flex feeder systems to belt buffers of various capacities to sophisticated gondola buffer with large or very large capacities. Rotzinger is headquartered in Kaiseraugst, Switzerland and employs approximately 100 people. Industries:
Food packaging
Confectionery packaging
Gondola buffer with chocolate for product flow regulation.

Rotzinger: History

Rotzinger logo.

Rotzinger was founded in 1948 by Karl Rotzinger. Initially, conveyor systems were manufactured primarily for outdoor use, for example to convey tiles onto roofs. Later Rotzinger gained a foothold in the automotive industry with conveyor systems. The first storage systems for mechanical parts were then developed. Well-known customers included VW, Audi and BMW. But Rotzinger was also successful in the pharmaceutical industry and could count on customers such as Roche.  At the turn of the millennium Rotzinger started a cooperation with the companies Swisslog and SIG. Through this cooperation Rotzinger established itself in the food and confectionery industry. In 2008 Fourtec took over the majority of the shares of the company from the Rotzinger family. The foundation stone for the Rotzinger Group was laid. 

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