Espresso machine manufacturer Eversys has announced its plans to massively expand its operations in Sierre, Switzerland.
Over a year ago the opportunity arose for Eversys to tackle a joint project with one of the worlds’ leading coffee house chains. According to Eversys, this project, a fully automatic coffee machine for cold brewed coffee, has progressed so well that the two parties are tackling the next phase of planning and preparing for production. For the beginning of 2024, large quantities of the new project will be built in Sierre, Switzerland, and delivered firstly to the United States.
Eversys has also created around 60 new jobs in Sierre in 2022 and is constantly looking for more staff in multiple functions, including 20 people for assembly. These organisational reinforcements will continue throughout 2023 to be ready for the production of the cold brew machine.
“Eversys has promising prospects, and we feel comfortable in Sierre and well supported by the cantonal and municipal authorities. Provided that the global environment does not have a significant negative impact on the economy, we should be able to double turnover in the coming years and grow our global team to around 500 people,” says Eversys CEO Martin Strehl.
To make planned growth possible, Eversys is also expanding its production and office space. A massive expansion of the factory building has started. The existing 7500 square metre facility, which was built just three years ago, will be extended by about 11,000 square metres in the coming year. The project represents an investment of about US$25 million, with the aim of completing it before the end of 2023.
Eversys foresees continued growth in 2023 thanks to a well-filled pipeline and substantial customer projects.
For more information, visit the Eversys website.