World leader in multi-purpose cutting tools
Since its creation in Yverdon in 2001, Lamina Technologies has enjoyed annual growth of between 10–20%. It now exports its cutting inserts for metals to over 64 countries.
Based in the Y-Parc – the science and technology park in Yverdon-les-Bains – Lamina Technologies is one of the canton’s greatest success stories of recent years. The company specializes in the production of tungsten carbide cutting tools, producing small milling and boring inserts for cutting metal. Several hundred thousand pieces are produced by its cutting-edge, robot technology-equipped factory in Yverdon-les-Bains every month. "We sell in bulk because our tools, by nature, have a limited shelf life," says David Itzcovich, administrative director and CFO.