Frey & Frey moves to Flamatt

Frey & Frey is merging its two locations. The spacious new building right next to the Flamatt highway exit will be ready for occupancy from January 1, 2017.


With its existing premises at Weyermanns- and Ziegelackerstrasse in Bern-West, the Bernese SME for live communication, which has grown strongly in recent years, reached the limits of its capacity with its approximately 30 employees, especially in terms of logistics and storage.

Frey & Frey's new domicile offers office, production and logistics space tailored to requirements and, thanks to direct freeway access, is only ten minutes away from the federal capital. "By consolidating our two previous locations into one new building, we can unite our entire expertise under one roof," says Maja Traber-Watters, CEO and Managing Partner of Frey & Frey. For this reason, the company's own production facilities, such as carpentry, painting, metalworking and advertising technology, are being expanded and equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure. A spacious logistics hall with an area of around 5,000 square meters also allows maximum flexibility in the area of storage and scheduling.


Since the company was founded in 1978, Frey & Frey has been providing regional, national and international clients with customized 3D concepts and has implemented countless projects in the areas of trade fair construction, events, interiors and retail. The company takes over creation, consulting, planning, production or construction and sees itself as "corporate architects".

Dominic Hefti, COO and Managing Partner Frey & Frey, explains that in a rapidly changing and dynamic market environment, the modernization of infrastructure is of great importance: "We are in a time of rapid technological developments. To ensure that our company is fit for the future, we have decided to abandon our previous business premises and, with the new building in Flamatt, which is geared to our needs, to move with the times, to remain innovative - and to be ready for the challenges of the future".

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