In 1936 Willy Blaser laid the foundation stone. Unemployed at twenty years old, he tinkered around with a spirit cooker and soup pots in his parents’ cellar to develop his first successful product, BlahaGlanz waterproof shoe cream, which was a very useful innovation at that time. Willy Blaser took it on his first sales trips with bicycle and trailer around the Emmental farmhouses.
- Less machining time and increased productivity due to better cutting performance
- Thanks to Blaser, hand irritation and bad smell are a thing of the past
- Wheel rim manufacturer Vetterolf: Increased quality and productivity thanks to Blaser B-Cool MC 610
- RCM Estech & Blaser: “We’ve come further than we originally intended”
- Wittenstein scores a success with bactericide-free Blaser metalworking fluid