Mission and goals
With our great team, we develop complete solutions in machine technology and support users on the construction site or in planning. We are the market leader in the field of fully automatic quick couplers for excavators and wheel loaders and have specialised in carrier attachments.
It is our strength to recognise challenges in our customers' everyday work and to develop individual solutions for our customers together as a team. Egli attachments are developed and assembled in Rossrüti near Wil.
Egli's own products clearly stand out in terms of quality and functionality. Practical orientation and reliability are our highest goals.
This results in synergies that strengthen the success of existing commercial products for our customers.
Innovation arises where practice and mechanical engineering are combined. Our customers' challenges spur us on to top performance. We see the "unsolvable" tasks of our customers as a welcome challenge. There is a lively exchange between entrepreneurs, practical users and the Egli team in everyday life and at training courses. This results in practical solutions that are designed to save time and money.
We are also constantly expanding innovation in commercial products in co-operation with the manufacturers and adapting the products to the Egli standard for Switzerland.
Thanks to the many years of experience of our qualified specialists, coupled with ambition and a pioneering spirit, innovative solutions are achieved. We strive for maximum performance through the sensible use of machines, people and the conservation of valuable resources.
"Together with highly motivated employees, we want to be the most reliable partner in sustainable services for civil engineering technology on excavators and wheel loaders throughout Switzerland and for Egli products in Europe, both before and after the sale."
A motivated team of eight well-trained specialists and their teams work towards the ambitious goals every day.
(from left to right: Roland Egli, Markus Leuzinger, Tony Marinkovic, Heidi Egli, Jörg Holenstein, Ertan Keskin, Urs Egli, Daniel Bösch)