Tuileries Fribourg & Lausanne in Crissier commissions new Lingl grinding plant

Demand for grinded products is rising steadily in Switzerland. Pursuing that trend, the Fribourg & Lausanne AG brick works have invested in a new grinding plant, incl. robotic loading and packaging system, for their clay masonry unit factory in Crissier.

The Swiss company Fribourg & Lausanne AG is a brick-producing member of AGZ group, an internationally active, privately owned, Swiss industrial holding company with production facilities in Crissier (Lausanne) and Düdingen (Freiburg).

The Crissier facility specializes in the production of large-format blocks MXE (with 10 pcs/m² masonry) and MXXE...

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