Polycontact is an independent Swiss technology company based in Chur. The company has been a reliable supplier to the automotive industry for many years, and the team creates clear added value for its customers thanks to its vast experience and high level of flexibility.
Our employees are highly flexible and motivated, and constantly work to make sure every single component is of the highest quality. Our company adopts an open and honest feedback culture when dealing with conflicts and errors. This results in more efficient processes and more space for innovative solutions.
Three apprentices, one goal: laying the foundation for a tech career at Polycontact. Design engineer Edgar Weiss, polymechanic Sohrab Sadery and IT specialist Vanessa Caspar talk about their experiences at the Chur-based technology company. They’ve also told us about life outside of work, from driving lessons to anime video games.
The people at Polycontact are working on shaping no less than the future of automotive safety. In just 4.5 working days a week. Here, four of them talk about why their free afternoon is part of their recipe for both private and professional success.
Clau Deplazes was born in Graubünden and has stayed there – and he is happy. The reasons for this are clear: an ideal combination of work and leisure.
Life as it plays out: Originally, Jo Bärtschi came to Graubünden because he got the chance to play for the Alligator Malans, an NLA unihockey club. Now he is moving on because life in Graubünden has opened up new prospects for him.
Lighting up steering wheels with Polycontact Ltd: Thomas Zaugg and his team are developing innovative visual warning systems for cars.