Trimed swiss AG has been developing milk pumps and vacuum systems of the highest Swiss quality for customers all over the world for more than 20 years.
The milk pumps of TRIMED swiss AG were exclusively manufactured until 2017 by partner companies such as Nuk (DE), Tigex (FR), Evenflo (USA), Pigeon (JP), Mister Baby (IT), Suavinex (ES), Poupy (IT), Walmart (CA), Baby Frank (DE) and many others on license basis. The latest products are now available directly from TRIMED swiss AG.
Founded in 1991 as a spin-off of Niederberger-Engineering AG, the company has proven expertise in vacuum technology and many years of extensive experience in the development and design of engineering projects in steel construction, mechanical engineering and robotics, both for in-house products and as a service provider for other companies.
The central idea behind the development of milk suction pumps from TRIMED swiss AG was to optimally address the needs of mothers. For this, the company worked closely with physicians, midwives and mothers throughout the creation process to incorporate both practical experience and the latest research in design. The entire assortment of electronic and manual pumps has been designed in a completely modular way, allowing a flexible and versatile application - depending on the individual specific requirements. In addition, the electronic pumps with piston system are extremely quiet in operation and have a 2-phase technology that mimics the natural sucking rhythm of the baby. Various studies have shown that this approach leads to more effective results and is therefore much more comfortable for the mother. In the 27-year company history, Niederberger Engineering developed from the working platform for the production of the A380 (Airbus Industrie Toulouse) via a revolving restaurant for the Marina Mall in Abu Dhabi to the hub for railway locomotives and wagons of the SBB powerful engineering solutions for numerous, well-known international clients.
In addition to these commissioned work, innovative own products have always been developed and manufactured right from the start. Since 2009, the company has manufactured and sold facade maintenance systems and robots under the company name Serbot AG, which are able to autonomously clean even vertical glass facades or photovoltaic systems without any external backup.
In 2015, the spin-off Imprimere AG developed the Big 3D Printer, which can be used to produce reinforced concrete objects of up to six meters in height and seven meters in width. Problems in the production of free, curved or otherwise geometrically complicated shapes (for example in house building) are thus a thing of the past.