In 1947, the company founder, Erwin Glutz from Zurich, who was a police officer himself, developed the gelatine film for securing hand and trace prints, as it is still produced today, by testing a wide variety of materials and various recipes.
The family business Paine Spurensicherung was continued by Erwin Glutz’s daughter, Elisabeth Paine, until the end of 2018. Elisabeth entrusted us, Sonja & Oliver Singenberger, with this exciting task and introduced us to their family history.
The takeover of Paine Spurensicherung does not continue in the family tradition, but there is a long-standing acquaintance in the small village of Arni AG. As of January 1st, 2019, Paine Spurensicherung became Spurensicherung AG.
The Spurensicherung AG today:
Sonja & Oliver Singenberger run the small business and are supported by various part-time employees. Due to the very lean setup, we are close to you and support you competently with questions and solutions.
From 01.01.2020 we were allowed to take over the forensic merchandise from Zetos GmbH. In addition to the production of shoe or hand-trace foils, we can offer a supplementary range.
In October 2020, we were also able to take over the project and manufacture of the fire rubble bags and the forensic detection handsets from the Forensic Institute Zurich, which are manufactured and sold in-house.
We are pleased to present you the new website with all of our products. The order processing in our web shop has been automated, which saves time for both parties. However, we are still available to you by phone or email.
Sonja & Oliver Singenberger