Performance counts.

We're not content with being "runner-up". Our aim is to be the clear number one in the sectors in which we operate. We differentiate ourselves by means of innovative products and services, a strong market presence and by building and nurturing successful customer relationships and competent partnerships. We are convinced that an in-depth understanding of the applications is decisive for creating added value for the various customer segments.

Performance and competitiveness are all part of the corporate culture at KAISER AG. This "self-concept" is also lived when we actively participate in the world of sports such as motorsport or the traditional “Schwingen” (Swiss wrestling). Performance counts!



2020 Season: Le Mans Cup - GRAFF / KAISER Team
Matthias Kaiser and Rory Penttinen

"Performance counts" also applies to the new driver team with Rory Penttinen and Matthias Kaiser and a Ligier LMP3 in the international Le Mans Cup. Matthias is a very experienced Ligier driver in prototype sport. For the last two years, he has won the title with Ligier in two international endurance championships, the 2018 LMP3 V de V Endurance Series and the 2019 LMP3 Ultimate Cup. Rory is a very experienced racing driver in GT Sport. In the last two years, he was active in the Blancpain GT SERIES with a Ferrari 488 GT3.

With the clear objective of a strong showing in the 2020 Le Mans Cup championship, the team shares KAISER’s focus on outstanding performance and the ambition to succeed.

Matthias Kaiser

2014 – 2019 with Ligier and Porsche: 76 races / 60 podium places / 37 victories / 6 championship titles



Overall winner in the Ultimate Cup Series:

  • Estoril (Portugal 4 hours) – 1st place
  • Slovakia Ring (Slovakia 6 hours) - 1st place
  • Mugello (Italy 4 hours) - 1st place
  • Magny Cours (France 4 hours) - 1st place
  • Paul Richard /Le Castellet (France 4 hours) – 3rd place


Overall winner in the V de V Endurance Series:

  • Magny Cours (France 4 hours) - 1st place
  • Paul Richard/Le Castellet (France 4 hours) - 2nd place
  • Navarra (Spain 6 hours) - 1st place
  • Estoril (Portugal 6 hours) - 2nd place


Porsche Sports Cup Germany: Overall winner of the championship


Since 2020, KAISER AG has been sponsoring the Swiss wrestler Joel Wicki. The long-term agreement is a mutual vote of confidence. “With Joel Wicki, we’ve succeeded in recruiting an ideal and authentic brand ambassador for our mobile walking excavators. As a qualified construction machine mechanic, the ‘rising star’ of Swiss wrestling and his personality are the ideal fit for KAISER AG.”

The successful 25-year-old Swiss wrestler Joel Wicki from Entlebuch already has some impressive sporting achievements to his name. These include 55 laurel wreath crowns, 17 crown festival wins and other awards at leading Schwing festivals.

Joel Wicki: “I’m wholeheartedly committed to my profession of construction machine mechanic. It’s therefore a great pleasure and an honour to enter into partnership with KAISER AG. The excavators and vehicles made by KAISER AG set benchmarks in our industry and stand for top quality and performance. I would like to thank the Liechtenstein family business for their fantastic support.”

Joel Wicki

Joel Wicki is a Swiss wrestler from Sörenberg in Entlebuch. His great successes include victories at the 2018 Central Swiss Wrestling and Alpine Festival as well as the Mountain Crown Festival on the Rigi, twice on the Stoos and at the Schwarzsee Lake. In 2019, he won the first crown and was overall winner at the Swiss National Wrestling and Alpine Festival in Zug. Joel also came top in the official national overall ranking for the first time in 2019.


Safe and precise manoeuvring when pushing machines to their limits

This is particularly important for the drivers of our mobile walking excavators.  With over 50 joystick functions to control – often while working in extremely difficult terrain –   the complexity of handling these machines is comparable to flying a helicopter and consequently calls for talent and great experience on the part of the driver. That is why mobile walking excavator drivers are seen as the "specialists" in the field of construction machines.