About us – Stoeckli Metall AG
We are passionate about cold-forming sheet metal (deep drawing, stamping, laser cutting, folding), about joining and coating, and about being a complete system supplier for die-cast parts. We offer consulting and engineering services, have our very own tool shop, and can produce single or serial parts. We are even happy to assemble complex modules for you.
Who we are
Originally established in 1874 as a metalware and lamp factory, we have now grown into an internationally active company that offers innovative products and process technologies for all areas of sheet metal working.
In August 2010, our newly constructed head office in Netstal (canton of Glarus) became the nerve center of our planning and production operations. We have deliberately opted for state-of-the-art technical facilities to help us look after the environment and make a sustainable contribution to environmental protection (our building is CO2 neutral).
- Efficient sheet metal forming, joining, and coating, and a complete system supplier for die-cast parts
- A flat, process-focused organization with its own extensive range of machinery for optimum solutions that are geared toward customers
- The production plant – which is home to around 60 members of staff – is located right at the heart of Europe in Netstal (canton of Glarus, Switzerland)
- Our customers in and outside of Switzerland are active in the following areas: machine building, apparatus engineering, aviation, construction, the automotive industry, household goods, and medical technology
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Your Contact Persons
CEO - Owner
COO - Owner
Manager Engineering and Sales
We are there for you – during normal office hours and (by appointment) at other times as well.
- 1874 foundation of metalware and lamp factory in Uznach by Alfred Stöckli-Elmer; production of domestic items such as pan lids, kerosene lamps, chafing dishes and ladles.
- 1878 relocation of the company to Netstal.
- 1944: Steady growth following the crisis in the 1930s.
- In subsequent years: Production of the famous Stöckli copper pans, fondue sets and aluminium cookware.
- 1997 spinoff of the metal goods factory from A. & J. Stöckli AG and continuation in the form of the newly created Stöckli Metall AG. Core competence: supplier to customers in the industrial sector in Switzerland and abroad.
- 2004: Company bought by Armando Beccaletto and Peter Beglinger. Stated aim: to produce high-quality goods, strengthen customer ties and deal responsibly with employees and the environment.
- 2010 relocation to new head quarters in Netstal. Stoeckli has deliberately opted for state-of-the-art technical facilities to help to look after the environment and make a sustainable contribution to environmental protection (building is CO2 neutral).
Our commitment to the youth as well as to people with disabilities and sport
For years we have been supporting young athletes and organizations who are committed to helping children, young and disadvantaged people or who promote sport in the canton of Glarus. In the past, we were able to bring joy to many young people or make something special possible for them. At the moment we are helping here:
- PluSport Disabled Sports Switzerland
- Special Olympics
- Sportschule Glarnerland
- FC Linth 04 Ladies
Since 2018 we are official supporter of PluSport Disabled Sports Switzerland.
Since 1960, PluSport (with its about 12’000 members) has been serving as the umbrella organisation and centre of expertise for disability sports in Switzerland. They offer a broad range of attractive sports programmes in tune with the times.
PluSport supports people with disabilities by offering programmes for all types of recreational and competitive sports, for all target groups and all ages, and for all types of disabilities – always with the goal of promoting integration and inclusion.
Special Olympics Switzerland
In 2021 we are again a donor of Special Olympics Switzerland. Their core competencies are:
- Realization of sports offers for people with intellectual disabilities within existing sports- and disabled-structures
- Organization of local, regional and national competitions
- Selection, preparation and support of Swiss delegations at international Special Olympics events
- Implementation of sports programs for people with intellectual disabilities and their environment (families)
Special Olympics International
is the world’s largest sports movement for people with intellectual disabilities and is represented in 172 countries. Almost 435,000 coaches and more than 1.1 million volunteers ensure that the approximately 4.9 million athletes in over 30 sports can develop and compete together. Special Olympics was founded in the USA in 1968 by Eunice Kennedy-Shriver († 2009), sister of US President John F. Kennedy.
Special Olympics in der Schweiz
In 1995 “Special Olympics Switzerland Foundation” was founded with the help of the Disabled Sports Association (Plusport) and committed people from business, sport and parents’ associations. The foundation was financially and personally dependent on Plusport. In 2009, also under pressure from Special Olympics International, the detachment from Plusport took place. Since back then Special Olympics Switzerland operates independently. A new era was heralded in 2011 with a newly formed board of trustees and a motivated operational team led by the new managing director and former director of Schweizer Sporthilfe, Bruno Barth.
The Sportschule Glarnerland is a school for particularly talented and capable young people.
It is run as an independent, autonomous school. It is not linked to a regular school.
Sponsoring of new tenues for the 1st team of FC Linth 04 Ladies
The Swiss Foundation for Cerebral Palsy Children supports throughout Switzerland over 9,200 families and their relatives with cerebral palsy.