Buss ChemTech AG is a spin-off of the former Buss AG and owned by the management.
Its technology and competence is based on a long history and tradition. From 1999 till 2006 the company had several different owners, a fact which did not facilitate the business. With the management buy-out the company found back to its strengths and success.
|1884||Albert Buss founded a steel structure company.|
|1901||Incorporation of A. Buss & Cie. AG.|
|1919||The company started its chemical plant engineering for the chemical and pharmaceutical industry in Basle.|
|1920||A. Buss & Cie. AG established its first international sales organization.|
|1948||The first machine to the food industry was sold.|
|1950||The first loop reactor was sold.|
|1979||Buss AG became part of the +GF+ Georg Fischer Group in Schaffhausen.|
|1998||+GF+ decided to sell Buss AG and split the company into four different entities. We became Buss Chemical Process Systems AG (Buss CPS AG) and were sold to Kvaerner.|
|1999||We changed the name to Kvaerner Process Technology (Switzerland) AG, a sister company of Kvaerner Process Technology Ltd in London.|
|2001||Yukos became the new owner of the two Technology companies and they changed the name to Davy Process Technology (Switzerland) AG respectively Davy Process Technology Ltd.|
|2006||Yukos was broken up and the management of the Swiss entity got the chance for a management buy-out.|
|2006||On the occasion of the management buy-out we changed our name to Buss ChemTech AG.|
|2011||Buss ChemTech AG becomes member of KRESTA industries, a privately-owned engineering company located in Austria.|
|2016||The Management and private investors buy back 100% of Buss ChemTech shares from Kresta industries.|