A CENTURIES-OLD WATCHMAKING TRADITION
Considered the first “small-scale” watchmaker in the village at his beginnings in 1730, David-Jean-Jacques-Henri Vaucher trained many apprentices, such as the young Ferdinand Berthoud who would become several years later, together with Harrison, one of the fathers of chronometry and be appointed Watchmaker-Mechanic to the King in France.
Faithful to that original spirit, Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier perpetuates the values of knowledge transmission, training numerous apprentices and sharing its know-how as a motor manufacturer with talented watchmakers.
A THRIVING MANUFACTURE
Satisfying the needs of our customers is the primary mission of the manufacture, which works daily to maintain and optimize the quality of its services and the high performance of its production setup.
Our employees are our most valuable asset. We invest in the training of the next generation and are committed to continuous training and ensuring the well-being and development of our teams, with the aim of improving our performance, reducing our costs, and offering competitive products.
Proud of our history, we rely on traditional values while evolving with the times in a spirit of innovation and efficiency.