When the company, which traces its history to 1826, was relaunched a decade ago, website World Tempus wrote, “The new watches that have been developed by H. Moser & Cie. over the last three years add a hint of understatement to their traditionally classic/elegant appearance, and, entirely in keeping with the tradition of the establishment, utilize mechanical movements designed in-house and executed to the highest quality standard.”
With continued consolidation in the watch industry, MELB looks to take synergies with sister companies, including the also well respected Hautlence.
In a press release, the Wharton educated younger Meylan stated, “My aim is to develop H. Moser & Cie. as a benchmark brand and manufacture, whilst retaining the elegance and subtlety that has been integral to its success to date. In the long term, I hope we will become an alternative to the big watchmaking brands, while bringing a touch of ingenuity. Today, our team is in start-up mode with a dynamic, proactive approach.”