Montanstahl is a dynamic family-owned company active in the production and supply of high quality special steel shapes. Established 1983 in Stabio, Switzerland, Montanstahl has achieved a high level of knowhow and ranks among the worldwide market leaders in its business segment. Demand for custom-tailored products is continuously rising and Montanstahl adapts to these market requests by investing in innovative manufacturing technologies.
We offer different production technologies with which we produce standard and special profiles and shapes. The choice of the production method for a profile depends on its overall size, its complexity, its surface finish, its tolerance and the required lot size. Every production technology has its own peculiarities and is ideal for specific shapes. We divide them in hot and cold manufacturing technologies, where the heat input is the distinguishing factor.
We continuously strive to improve our manufacturing skills to deliver high-quality products. Nevertheless, at Montanstahl quality does not refer only to products but stands as well for attention to its employees’ environment and for a continuous research for less polluting and more efficient technologies.
When talking about stainless steel, surface finish often becomes a fundamental aspect of the product. The surface finish and hence the visual appearance is particularly important when used in aesthetic applications like design, decoration or prestige architecture. However, as well for medical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage or chemical applications a superior level of surface finish is required to comply with specific demands on corrosion resistance, abrasion resistance and ease to sanitize.
Have a look at our next event or participation at trade shows. It is a good opportunity to have direct contact and to see our finished products. We are continuously keeping the calendar up to date, make sure to check back regularly. We look forward to meet you!
Art has enjoyed a permanent place in our everyday work environment for years. The scope of our engagement is to combine art with the working environment and to stimulate our employee’s creativity and wellbeing. Many architectural elements in our administrative building are the result of ongoing contact with various designers and artists.