History of the Company
|1970||Paul Pfenninger and Conrad Rapp established the PaucoPlast company to work polyester materials in Erlenbach.|
|1973||The PaucoPlast partnership transferred to its new workshop in Meilen.|
|1973||First racing car built for Peter Sauber. The C-3 with fibreglass bodywork.|
|1981||The partnership becomes a joint stock company in AG form. The company now supplies compound fibre mouldings in all sizes to all kinds of industrial users.|
|1990||Transfer to the new building in Altendorf SZ. This move represented a huge boost to the performance of PaucoPlast AG by providing an ideal infrastructure.|
|1992||Production of the first Formula 1 bodywork for the Sauber C-12.|
|1996||Installation of the SCHOLZ autoclave. A hot air pressure furnace to harden chassis and bodywork components for Formula 1 racing cars, representing a significant quality enhancement.|
|2006||Installation of a second SCHOLZ autoclave in our workshop in november 2006.|
|2007||Staff enlargement and moving in into the new building extension in january 2007.|
Takeover by CEO Philipp Schranz and COO Pascal Fazio.
PaucoPlast is new Technical Partner of the Sauber F1 Team.
|2014||Formerly known as PaucoPlast, Swiss Fibertec is the new name of the company|