New start in North Georgia

SwissBianco is making a new start in the North Georgia mountains after its old location in McDonough, GA was burglarized. Says Mr. Remund, SwissBianco President and CEO, "I was out of the country when this happened. As the police and I found out (I am retired Swiss military police), my business partner and landlord's daughter appears to be involved. This has led to my decision to relocate away from the area. The daughter is charged with burglary.  Not knowing my former business partner's involvement has made the situation unacceptable to me.  As a result Steve Macke is no longer associated in any way with me or my company".

Because of the move and the additional work caused by this crime, the company was effectively shut down for a number of weeks. It is in the process of beginning company operations in the new area.

SwissBianco has some good news, too.  Mr. Elsener, owner of Victorinox and Wenger Swiss army knives recently gave the OK for some exciting new products that were not available before, and that Swissbianco will finish them as limited edition runs. Specifically, we will get the alox Bushcrafter, a 93mm SAK, and alox Rambler, a 58mm SAK, in different colors and never before on the market. We will also have the original Victorinox Swiss army knife assembly machine at the Blade Show in Atlanta in summer 2010. Mr. Remund says, "Even during these tough times I am still feeling absolutely positive about my being here in the USA, working hard on our goals, and I am sure we will reach them. The company is now off to a new start and a better direction".

For more information, visit Swiss Bianco's Web site at The site offers more details about the company, the products and services that make Swiss Bianco an innovative leader. Updates on Swissbianco products and events can also be found in our newsletter at