History

2003 Consolidation of the TSL and TSG under the name of réservesuisse
2001 Reorganisation of the TSL and clustering of the TSL and TSG's activities
1997 Cooperation agreement TSL/TSG
1996 Foundation of the Trust Agency of Swiss Stockholder of Grains (TSG) as a result of the dissolution of the Swiss Cooperative for Grains and Feedingstuffs (GGF)
1991 After the fall of the Berlin Wall the compulsory stockpiling is reframed and restructured
1982 Issue of the Federal Act on National Economic Supply (NESA) with expansion of the precautionary measures on severe shortages with which the economy can’t cope
1973 FClearance of compulsory stocks of sugar and rice as a result of the oil crisis
1955 Issue of the Federal Act on the Economic War Prevention (KVG)
1949 Conversion into the Trust Agency of Swiss Food Importer (TSL) with compulsory stocks of sugar, rice, fats and coffee
1948 Foundation of the Trust Agency of Swiss Sugar Importers as an economic self-help organisation and establishment of a fund to cover the costs and risks of stock-keeping