Media and reports
27th of September 2018: Landanzeiger
Innovative start-up moves to Gränichen
Small forms of living and Tiny Houses are the trend. The specialists at Boxs AG also know this. With the move from Wohlen to Gränichen to the ex-game island "Purplefrog", the young company expands its production area to almost 300 m2. The demand for modular space solutions for medium-term use is booming.
18th of October 2017: Innovation
Supplement Basellandschaft Zeitung"
Swiss Innovation Challenge" (page 14)
At the Swiss Innovation Challenge 2017 awards ceremony on Business Day in Basel, the finalists were presented with a portrait in the "Innovation" section.
At the end BOXS occupies the 15th place of more than 100 participants.
1st of September 2017: kommunalmagazin
More room for municipalities
Sommer is holiday time. This is only partly true: Tens of thousands refugees use the warm months to leave their war-torn or poverty-stricken countries.
12th of April 2017: www.startupticker.ch (Ger)
A building set for accommodations for people in need
The canton of Aargau has built accommodation for asylum seekers in the former A3-Werkhof in Frick.
3th of March 2017: AZ (Ger)
Asylum seekers move to the "BOXS"
Container village: An Aargauer start-up has invented a lightweight construction system that is being used for the first time in Frick.
25th of August, 2016: www.startupticker.ch
Swiss start-up launches innovative refugee accommodation
BOXShelter combines the best elements of containers and tents. It can be used for refugee and evacuation camps but also for offices, schools and storage...
4th of July 2016: Sunshine Radio (Ger)
Interview about BOXS AG with Sunshine Radio (German)
In cooperation with Sunshine Radio, BOXS presented the backstage area for renowned artists such as Rival Kings, Nickless, Mimiks, DJ Robin Tune, Sinplus and DJ Zsu Zsu Zsu at the Lucerne Fest 2016.
20th of April, 2016: www.onlinereports.ch (Ger)
Refugee container on the "Wolf": saving millions would be possible
The Aargau-based start-up company BOXS AG could reduce the cost of the planned Basel refugee settlement on the Wolf by several million francs...