InnoLas Solutions will be at the heart of a new industrial group for laser technology. A consistent Buy & Build strategy shall transform the company into a global manufacturer of laser machines for micro-material processing. The investment group CGS has acquired a majority stake in InnoLas Solutions, with current owner Richard Grundmüller retaining an interest. The two aim to exploit the company’s vast potential and dynamize its growth.
Dollins Tool, Inc., based in Independence, USA, announced today that its shareholders have reached an agreement to sell the company to Mold and Robotics Group. Dollins Tool, Inc. thus joins the Swiss automation and tool manufacturer H. Müller, Fabrique de Moules SA and the North American CBW Automation, Inc., an automation company based in Fort Collins, USA. The merger strengthens the first globally active industry leader in tooling and automation with plants in America and in Europe.
For more than 40 years, A + F Automation + Fördertechnik GmbH is a leading manufacturer of high-end and end-of-line packaging machines for the dairy, food and beverage industry, based in Kirchlengern (Germany). The company will serve as platform investment for building an internationally leading industrial group with presence in the main markets.
schoen + sandt machinery GmbH is joining forces with CGS to take a strategic quantum leap together towards further internationalizing its business. CGS is taking on a majority stake in schoen + sandt machinery GmbH and together with the current managing directors Jürgen Schneider and Bernd Heitzmann, it will dynamize the company’s development. Add-on acquisitions will build a strong industrial group operating around the world.
CBW Automation, Inc. based in Fort Collins, USA, announced today that its shareholders have reached an agreement to sell the company to Mold and Robotics Group, to which the Swiss company H. Müller, Fabrique de Moules SA belongs. This merger creates the first globally active industry leader in tooling and automation with an established presence in America and in Europe.
Stürtz Maschinenbau GmbH is joining forces with the industrial investment group CGS to strategically expand into international markets. CGS is taking on a majority stake in Stürtz Maschinenbau GmbH and will catalyze the company’s development together with its current management, headed by Jörg Breuer. Add-on acquisitions will build Stürtz Maschinenbau GmbH into a sturdy, technologically pioneering industrial group operating worldwide.