Company Profile


Sulzer was founded in 1834 in Winterthur, Switzerland and is a global partner with reliable and sustainable solutions for performance-critical applications. We specialize in pumping solutions, rotating equipment maintenance and services as well as separation, reaction, and mixing technology Combinin...more

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Sulzer AG

HQ Controller

Sulzer AG - Winterthur

At Sulzer, you are empowered to deliver superior results. As a pioneer in industry we have a proud heritage of innovation and continue to evolve for ...
17 May
Sulzer AG

EINRICHTER KUNSTSTOFFSPRITZGUSS (M/W/D)

Sulzer AG - Haag

Über uns Mit den Marken Mixpac, Transcodent, Geka und Cox, entwickelt und liefert Sulzer hochmoderne Systeme für das Applizieren von ...
11 May
Sulzer AG

Projektleiter Produktentwicklung

Sulzer AG - Haag

Bei Sulzer können Sie die Zukunft mitgestalten. In unserer langen Unternehmensgeschichte wurde Innovation seit jeher gross geschrieben und wir ...
07 May

Reviews


3.3 ★
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3.0

almost 3 years

Former employee

Formerly great, today mediocre

It used to be a great company. Since Wechselberg has been in charge of the VR, Der Spirit has been lost. The focus is only on profit, employees are interchangeable.

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5.0

over 2 years

Current employee

Good working climate

There is no better employer! Team is great and you get the chance to develop yourself further.

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2.0

4 months

Former employee, Unlimited employment

A banana which only ripens at the customer

In the short term, Sulzer could be a possibility. In the longer term, almost everyone will come to the same conclusion. Even those who have profited from it. A company that looks interesting from the outside, but after a longer analysis reveals major weaknesses.

In over 20 years, one could experience a great change at Sulzer. A company that used to live its mission statement and values mutated into a squeezed lemon after the not entirely legal takeover of a major shareholder. The company no longer focuses on site development. Everything operational is reloc...more