• HUBER+SUHNER supports the e-truck revolution of refuse collection vehicles

    Supported by HUBER+SUHNER, electric mobility experts Designwerk based in Winterthur have developed a 100% electric truck, specially designed for the requirements of the niche waste disposal sector.
  • Proven capability worldwide

    Project Overlander

    Worldwide leading supplier of defence technology, Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles Australia (RMMVA), is the winner of the prestigious Australian Defence contract, also known as Project Overlander. HUBER+SUHNER was chosen by RMMVA to assist in the supply of the best vehicles with the latest technology necessary to make Project Overlander a success.
  • Small cell technology from HUBER+SUHNER

    Improving Lausanne railway station mobile coverage

    Communication technology provider Amodus of Switzerland counts on HUBER+SUHNER smallcell technology. To enable an outstanding coverage at and around Lausanne railway station Amodus implemented for the first time in Switzerland the leading fiber optic small cell solution MASTERLINE Ultimate SC, a plug and play cabling system providing daisy chains.
  • A comprehensive FTTA solution

    Austrian LTE upgrade with HUBER+SUHNER solutions

    When A1 Telekom Austria AG, one of Austria’s major mobile network operators, decided to extend and upgrade its network to introduce LTE standard, the company turned to HUBER+SUHNER to provide a flexible, future-proof system that would be easy to install and quick to implement.
  • Cooled charging cable wins Bavarian State Award for Electric Mobility

    Award-winning new development

    HUBER+SUHNER has developed a cooled charging cable with a cooled connector that enables electric vehicles to be charged fully within an extremely short period of time.  The leading global manufacturer of components and systems for electrical and optical connectivity has been granted the Bavarian State Award in the category “Energy Infrastructure & Storage” at the eCarTec 2016 Munich.
  • Qatar World Cup 2022

    HUBER+SUHNER assists Doha Metro’s journey

    The FIFA World Cup is one of the world’s most famous sporting events, with countries from all corners of the world desperate to host the prestigious tournament. Qatar, the latest nation to successfully bid for the competition, has already begun preparations for hosting the 2022 tournament. HUBER+SUHNER is playing a major role in the creation of what is expected to be one of the most advanced urban rail systems in the world to support the tournament; the Doha Metro.
  • Three technologies in three main markets – worldwide

    Excellence in Connectivity Solutions

    We are a leading global supplier of components and systems for electrical and optical connectivity. With headquarters in Switzerland, 25 group companies and numerous agencies in over 60 countries, we are close to our customers. The registered shares of HUBER+SUHNER AG are traded on the Swiss stock exchange SIX in Zürich.
Performing above and beyond preview

Performing above and beyond

HUBER+SUHNER’s has long-term experience with E-2000™ connectivity and has developed this safe, reliable connector into the best performing fiber optic connector on the market.

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New: Microsite Connected Mobility

On the new microsite „Connected Mobility“ HUBER+SUHNER presents connectivity solutions for broadband data transmission on board, train-to-ground and trackside.

Microsite Connected Mobility

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