Greubel Forsey is currently undergoing a major expansion of its La Chaux-de-Fonds manufacture — to increase its watchmaking capacity.

In 2022, the company, which sells top-of-the-line six and seven-figure wristwatches, finished to the most exacting standards in the industry, created and delivered 181 timepieces.

The expansion, which is expected to cost $20 million and be completed by 2026, will nearly triple the square footage of the current facility, with the result being approximately 58,770 square feet dedicated to enhancing and increasing R&D, manufacturing, and administrative facilities, as well as VIP services.

With the new facilities, the output of 181 timepieces is expected to increase, though it will still remain well under 1,000 timepieces.

Greubel Forsey manufacture expansion mock-up


Photos by Greubel Forsey.

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