Where other companies are outsourcing, Geberit is creating new value by insourcing the labor-intensive manufacture of shower toilets: easy access to the target markets in Europe, around 80 jobs and the greatest possible proximity to bundled expertise at the headquarters in Rapperswil-Jona.
On the fringes of Milan's Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Geberit held a vernissage at the heart of the artistic neighborhood of Brera. The motto of the event was "Innovation democracy". Video installations and performance interludes provided the exclusive framework for a happening that enabled everyone to experience the Geberit design brand. → more
Just a Wave
There are no buttons to be found on the Sigma80 actuator plate. Instead, two colored light bars appear on the black or mirrored glass plate as soon as you approach it. A wave of the hand at the right point suffices to trigger the dual flush.
Clocks tick differently in India and China. With the Alpha concealed cistern and a version of the Monolith sanitary module for WCs, Geberit has special solutions for these booming markets, tailored in function, appearance and price.
With the Geberit lavatory taps type 185 and 186, ecology and functionality go hand in hand. A small generator uses the energy of the tap water to ensure that the taps are supplied with electricity in a self-sufficient and hence sustainable manner.
No other arena proved as eye-catching during the Summer Olympics in London as the Aquatics Centre with its curved roof. Even the diving platforms harmonize with its distinctive shape. The same applies to the precision-worked Geberit PE piping system.
Harpa is the name of the new concert and conference building in the port of Reykjavík. Its glass facade reflects the unique play of light across the Icelandic capital. Highlights inside include Duofix installation elements and the Mapress piping system.
Port Elizabeth was the scene of Geberit's latest social aid project. The company's apprentices spent two weeks renovating the WC facility at Fontein Primary School. The 850 children are not the only ones to benefit – the apprentices themselves have gained a unique experience in life.