CGS UPDATES
HOW CURRENT PROJECTS ARE PROGRESSING

CGS UPDATES

HOW CURRENT PROJECTS ARE PROGRESSING

CGS Update December 2016

Schaufler Tooling GmbH & Co. KG (Schaufler Tooling), a leading provider of die casting tools for the automobile industry, merged in May 2016 with Fischer Tool & Die Corp. (Fischer Tool & Die) based in Michigan (USA). The merger with the full-service provider, which specializes in die casting tool solutions and precision machining, is part of Schaufler Tooling’s internationalization strategy. The outcome is SF Tooling Group, a global leader in die casting tools, which is ideally positioned to serve the needs of its end customers, the original equipment manufacturers (OEM).



CGS Update April 2016

Through its acquisitions of SERW, spol. s r.o. (SERW) in the Czech Republic in December 2014 and ZREW Transformatory S.A. (ZREW Transformatory) in Poland in December 2015, CGS has successfully expanded the scope of the R&S Group. The two new affiliates ideally complement the portfolio of Rauscher & Stoecklin AG (Rauscher & Stoecklin), headquartered in Sissach. They also represent another important milestone for the company in its endeavors to establish itself as a leading European group in the niche market for components used in power distribution and electrical infrastructure.



CGS Update December 2014

Through its CGS III (Jersey) L.P. industry participation fund, CGS acquired a stake in Schaufler Tooling GmbH & Co. KG in Laichingen (Germany). Working with the firm’s existing Managing Directors, Reiner Schaufer and Siegfried Heinrich, CGS will continue to develop the company. By making further acquisitions, the fund aims to create a strong, international industrial group in the light-metal die casting sector, based on cutting-edge technology. 



CGS Update February 2014

With the signing of the contract to sell the Schöttli Group to Husky, the Buy & Build specialist CGS continues the success story of its CGS II fund with another exit after the sale of the Maag Group.



CGS Update June 2013

The medium-sized German companies SR-Schindler Maschinen-Anlagentechnik GmbH, Regensburg and Prinzing GmbH, Blaubeuren, accompanied financially and entrepreneurially by CGS, have merged to create the Top-Werk Group. This is a further development stage in the successful cooperation that has existed between SR-Schindler and Prinzing for years under the “Top-Werk” label. The creation of Top-Werk GmbH gives rise to a solid platform for the continuing expansion of their global market presence in the area of high-quality machinery and systems for the concrete products industry. The current managers of the operating companies, Richard Scheuerlein and Georg Prinzing, will also act as Managing...