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Daniel W. Fuchs

Mettler Toledo GmbH

Daniel W. Fuchs

Daniel Fuchs, born in 1969, studied Services Marketing and Management (MAS SMM) at the University of Lucerne and holds degrees in Product and Service Marketing of the Swiss Federal government. At the Zurich University of Applied Sciences he gained the certification of Lean Manager Service for the areas of laboratory administration, intercultural communication, general management and new disruptive technologies (digitalization). With a focus on Asia, he has been training clients in lean management since 2016, and he also undertakes Gemba walks. In 1992 Daniel Fuchs joined Mettler-Toledo Laboratory Weighing and is the Head of the Product Marketing and the Global Training Center.


He is an experienced consultant for the pharmaceutical industry, chemistry, F&B and testing labs in achieving quality assurance as well as Lean Lab and regulatory compliance of their weighing processes. He has a proven track record of success also for ergonomics and efficient weighing to improve the productivity and to get a higher level of compliance.

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