Acquisition in the Sheet Metal Processing segment

Bystronic acquires TTM Laser S.p.A. Cazzago San Martino (Italy)

Zurich, March 20, 2018 – Conzzeta has reported signing an agreement for the complete acquisition of the Italian technology company TTM Laser S.p.A., based in Cazzago San Martino, Brescia. TTM Laser has been operating since 2001; in 2017, its around 40 employees generated revenue of approximately EUR 14 million. The transaction is planned to be concluded in the coming weeks.

Bystronic, which is part of the Conzzeta Group, is a leading global provider of high-quality solutions for the sheet metal processing business. With the technologies provided by TTM Laser, Bystronic is deepening its existing offering in the process step “cutting”. TTM Laser offers 3D-applications for processing tubes with a diameter between 12 and 815 millimeters and for profiles. The two companies had previously agreed a sales partnership in November 2017.

Alex Waser, CEO of Bystronic and member of Conzzeta’s Executive Committee, commented: “In addition to the automated and networked processing of sheet metal, the additional processing of tubes and profiles is an important element for our customers to position themselves against the competition. Now that Bystronic has come together with TTM Laser, our customers are set to gain access to a unique range of technologies for their sheet metal processing. Together, we want to promote innovative manufacturing solutions.”


 

Interim information as of the end of 2019

Zurich, February 5, 2020 – The Conzzeta Group posted net revenue of CHF 1,573.2 million in 2019. Based on stable exchange rates and adjusted for changes in the scope of consolidation, net revenue was 4.9% lower than the previous year. On the same basis, order intake in the Sheet Metal Processing segment slipped by 6.5% (7.3% reported).

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Mammut lays a basis on the way to net zero

Seon, January 22, 2020 – The greenhouse gas reduction targets are one of the central pillars of Mammut's “WE CARE" sustainability strategy. The outdoor brand is a signatory of the UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action and is thus committed to a 30% reduction in greenhouse gases by 2030 compared to the 2018 reference value (Netto 0 by 2050). In order to achieve this goal, Mammut is analyzing the status quo of its CO2 footprint in a first step, thereby creating a transparent starting point.

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Step towards new focus on Bystronic: Conzzeta is divesting Schmid Rhyner

Zurich, December 20, 2019 – Conzzeta reports the signing of a binding agreement to divest its Schmid Rhyner business unit to the specialty chemicals group Altana, headquartered in Wesel, Germany. The closing of the transaction is expected by the end of the first quarter 2020, subject to regulatory approval.

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