Our History

COMPEO® – future ready

BUSS has developed the new COMPEO compounder system to meet current and future plastics industry requirements. With a wide range of applications, a large operating window, high flexibility and robustness, as well as improved process stability, but also operational and operator safety, energy efficiency and reduced operating costs, COMPEO can be applied for a wide array of applications. Read more …

 BUSS has developed the new COMPEO compounder generation to meet current and future plastics industry requirements. With a wide range of applications, a large operating window, high flexibility and robustness, as well as improved process stability, but also operational and operator safety, energy efficiency and reduced operating costs, COMPEO can be applied for a wide array of applications.

Launch of quantec® G3 Kneader series for PVC

Launch of KX Kneader series for anode paste

Launch of the MX Kneader series for cable compounds and black masterbatch

Launch of the quantec® EV Kneader series for PVC pelletizing

Acquisition of Buss AG by Fabrel Lotos and the BUSS management

Launch of the quantec® Kneader series for PVC

BUSS, Werner&Pfleiderer and Waeschle merge to form the COPERION group

Launch of the modular MKS series that covers the entire range of plastics

Launch of the benchtop PCS 30 lab extruder for powder coatings

BUSS is certified by ISO 9001/EN29001

 

Launch of the modular PCS / TCS series for Powder Coatings and Toners

Foundation of Buss (Asia) Pacific Pte. Ltd. in Singapore, offering sales and service

Launch of the electrically heated APC series for Engineering Plastics

The George Fischer group acquires the majority of BUSS shares

Opening of a first BUSS service Office in China

 

Transformation of the Buss-Condux joint-venture into Buss (America) Inc., a fully owned subsidiary

The BUSS LR series for foodstuffs earns the international IF award for outstanding design

Shipment of the first LR series Kneader for silicone compounds

Shipment of the first electrically heated BUSS Kneader for Engineering plastics

Shipment of the first PR series Kneader in a modular design

Shipment of the first cascade design BUSS Kneader for PVC

Foundation of Buss-Hamilton Ltd. in Cheadle Hulme, Great Britain, offering sales and service

Foundation of Yashima-Buss Ltd. in Tokyo, Japan, offering sales and service

Foundation of Buss-Condux Inc. in Chicago, USA, offering sales and service

Shipment of thousandth BUSS Kneader

Shipment of the first BUSS Kneader for Powder Coatings

Opening of a new laboratory and test centre

 

Shipment of the first lab size BUSS Kneader (PR 46) for plastics

Shipment of the first BUSS Kneader for calender feeding

Shipment of the first BUSS Kneader of the KE Series for carbon paste to the Aluminium Industry

 

Shipment of the first BUSS Co-Kneader of the PR series for PVC and polystyrene

Opening of the first laboratory and test centre for the BUSS Co-Kneader

Shipment of the first BUSS Co-Kneader for chocolate production

Dr. Alfred Buss, a son of Walter Buss, joins the company.

BUSS starts the technical implementation of the reciprocating BUSS Co-Kneader

Dipl.-Eng. Heinz List, the inventor of the continuous reciprocating Co-Kneader, licenses the global patent to BUSS (without USA/Canada)

 

 

 

Dipl.-Eng. Heinz List joins BUSS and holds the position of a technical director until 1965.

BUSS is the first company in Switzerland to process stainless steel

Dipl.-Eng. Walter Buss, a son of the founder joins the company

 

The company is renamed to BUSS AG

Foundation of ‘Albert Buss & Cie for Steel Constructions’ by Carl Albert Buss