Nearly 80 years ago, TOKO produced the first ski wax. Skigliss, a red-colored coating varnish for wooden skis, gained worldwide fame and marked for TOKO the beginning of the innovation story of fast sliding on snow. Numerous innovations followed and again and again TOKO contributed to the further development of ski sports and ensured with "magic miracle" for victories in international championships and Olympic Games. The new zenith of this development is the new hot wax line. With innovative technologies such as Tribloc or DLC, the fastest TOKO hot waxes of all time could be realized.
TOKO has stood for Swiss quality products for athletes and nature lovers for over 90 years. TOKO is not content to develop products with the best performance - TOKO attaches great importance to their environmental compatibility. The goal is to combine performance with ecology. Every day, TOKO's product managers, developers and buyers address the question of how the environmental impact of their products can be further optimized - along the entire product life cycle. The external certification body bluesign regularly checks the success and tests the products for environmental compatibility and absolute safety for the users.
TOKO works closely with leading chemical manufacturers. Thus, innovations in the field of raw materials can be tested immediately for their effectiveness. Environmental compatibility, biodegradability and the use of renewable raw materials are among the most important selection criteria in addition to innovation.
The ISO-certified production in Switzerland ensures a resource-saving production process. The production plant is equipped with its own wastewater treatment plant as well as steam generators and exhaust air compressors for the recovery of energy. All Care Line products are produced in an energy-saving manner without the need for heat. Long transport routes are also eliminated through production in Switzerland. Thanks to the large storage and logistics capacities, the number of transports is reduced to a minimum. The packaging materials are mostly sourced from Swiss suppliers and therefore do not need to be transported far.