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New Dellner Bubenzer Group set to take leading position in global braking market
Sweden’s Dellner Brakes, Germany’s Pintsch Bubenzer GmbH and Italy’s Rima Srl have come together to form the Dellner Bubenzer Group, securing a leading position as a customer oriented, global supplier of braking products for the material handling and mining sectors, along with marine, offshore, industrial, oil, gas and wind energy.
All these companies are part of the global Dellner Group, which has now acquired 100% equity in Pintsch Bubenzer.
Dellner Brakes, Pintsch Bubenzer and Rima will continue to operate under their own brands, recognising the strength and status of the Pintsch Bubenzer and Rima brands in the harbour container cranes and material handling markets, alongside Dellner Brakes’ outstanding pedigree in marine, industrial, oil, gas and wind energy.
The new €100m, 480 employee Dellner Bubenzer Group will operate globally across all these markets though their existing facilities in Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Italy, USA, Dubai, India, Malaysia, Singapore and China.
Markus Topp, CEO of Pintsch Bubenzer GmbH, said: “We are delighted to finally be part of a single group with Dellner Brakes and Rima. Our companies have a long history working together and this new structure will allow us to develop and grow our business as one. With a shared focus on innovation, technological leadership, high quality products and customer service, we are well placed to realise the many industrial benefits that this new structure brings us. We are looking forward to building our business and developing unique propositions for the mutual benefit of our business, customers and partners worldwide.”
Marcus Aberg, CEO of Dellner Brakes and Owner Representative for the new Dellner Bubenzer Group, said: “Over the past 12 months, the Dellner Brakes and Pintsch Bubenzer teams have worked tirelessly to put strong foundations in place to bring our businesses together. The formation of the Dellner Bubenzer Group is great news for us. We are now in an excellent position to move our joint business forward and to realise the benefits that this new structure brings us. We’ll be looking to capitalise on our considerable strength across expanding market sectors and to bring our products to new markets, while delivering outstanding service for our valued customers across the globe.”