HK SERVICES: THE SWISS LEADER IN METAL FORMWORK INTEGRATED INTO SATECO



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Based in Geneva and integrated into the Sateco Group since July 2018, HK Services is a historical player in the metal formwork industry in Switzerland.

Based in Geneva and integrated into the Sateco Group since July 2018, HK Services is a historical player in the metal formwork industry in Switzerland.

Based in Geneva and integrated into the Sateco Group since July 2018, HK Services is a historical player in the metal formwork industry in Switzerland.


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Shared commitments


This merger also confirms shared values and ambitions with a common goal:

  • To offer more services and greater proximity to our users
  • To constantly rethink the business and upgrading it to Construction 4.0
  • To develop internal growth to better support our clients: R&D, BIM, export training, innovation, customer service.


Switzerland’s leading local formwork agent


HK Services is a true agent of Sateco's export deployment, thanks to its expertise and reputation for quality, consolidating the group's presence on the Swiss and German markets while ensuring their local development.

An integral part of our export strategy, it relies on quality service to promote the formwork profession abroad.


HK SERVICES in figures



  • 1997: Company founded
  • 25 employees
  • 5,000m² off metal formwork in storage
  • 1,000m² of production facilities

            HK Services: 25 years of innovation and know-how


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By the way


Although HK Services initially specialized in simple metal formwork and formwork tables, the company soon evolved to develop complete, fully secured and partially automated systems.

Today, it is a leading manufacturer and distributor of innovative custom formwork, shoring tables and safety platforms.

Appreciated and recognized for being attentive to customers’ needs, HK Services has worked on some of Switzerland's largest construction sites: the Geneva stadium, the Poya Bridge, the Confignon tunnel and more recently, the headquarters of both the International Olympic Committee and the Red Cross.


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