Sirch has developed in the last thirty years from the craft traditions of coachbuilding to a modern industrial enterprise whose manufacturing processes focus on the production of a range of wooden goods. These include basic packaging goods such as palettes and chests, sports goods such as toboggans, furniture and our range of SIBI wooden toys.
Based in southern Germany's Alpine foothills, the company currently employs a workforce of about fifty on a production site - owned by the company - of around 10,000 square metres. They process about 14,000 cubic metres of wooden raw materials each year. Their space-age production facility was designed in 1999 by the architects Baumschlager & Eberle from the Vorarlberg region. It combines a traditional design concept with radical construction methods and features time and again in the international press.