Hello! My name is Jörg Hau and I'm living in one of the most beautiful parts of Switzerland: right above the Lac Léman.
I have a university education as analytical chemist, holding a Dr. rer. nat. (Ph.D. equivalent) since 1994 and the certification as Project Management Professional PMP® since 2009. Fourteen years in industrial R&D brought me in touch with very diverse fields: fundamental and applied research, scientific instrumentation, software development, project management, quality management, management, training and coaching.
The experience that I acquired throughout these years prompted me to make my experience available to more than one client, which led me to the creation of my own Consulting business, Quality-Coach.ch, in 2009.
Since 2019, we also own and operate Moto-Chalet.ch, a guesthouse that you can rent here in Western Switzerland (be it a few days or a few weeks) and that knows the needs of motorcycle tourists. Check it out!
The growing success of the website you are reading now, SchweizerSchrauber.ch, prompted me to create yet another company in spring 2021: SchweizerSchrauber LLC (GmbH, Sàrl) is now handling all commercial activities related to the parts and services that I offer on this website. – Note that this website as such remains the private property of Jörg Hau, not of SchweizerSchrauber LLC (GmbH, Sàrl).
You can also find me on LinkedIn. I am not on facebook.
To get in touch with me, simply drop me an e-mail.
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I emphasize that the content of this site is - and remains - freely available (under the terms and conditions mentioned here), so you do not have to pay anything. However, I certainly appreciate any donation, since it is a "return on investment" for the time and effort that I put into these pages.
A few questions that I receive pretty regularly:
.tgz. From time to time I get reports that these files "do not open" in Winzip under Microsoft Windows XP; the reason is apparently that either Windows XP or Winzip breaks the filenames if you try to open a file on-the-fly. As a workaround: Right-click on the link, "Save Target as ...", and most important: make sure that the file extension is preserved correctly! You can then open the downloaded file normally (Winzip will probably unpack the
.tarfirst, which you have to unpack further).