Schilter was a Swiss car manufacturer. Founded by Thomas Schilter in 1958, the first transport vehicle for mountain agriculture before. These were a straightforward vehicle to maintain modest and was easy to repair.
In the 1960s, more new models developed for agricultural and municipal and forestry work. The company reached a major sensation at the DLG Exhibition in 1972 with the launch of its new tractor concept with all-wheel drive.
However, had the rapid growth of the company and to the rapid mass production of its negative impact on the quality of products, so that warranty claims brought the company into trouble. Like other vehicle manufacturers Schilter experienced in the 1970s, the restructuring of agriculture and the subsequent market downturn. After the company was acquired by banks withdrew from the company's founder. High production costs and operational mismanagement led to the 1976 bankruptcy of the company.
The van is still there, albeit under the brand name SCHILTRAC