Stäubli Holding Germany GmbH has acquired a 70% stake in WFT Beteiligungs GmbH
Stäubli Holding Germany GmbH has acquired a 70% stake in WFT Beteiligungs GmbH (WFT). Financial details have not been disclosed.
Stäubli is a global mechatronics solution provider with three dedicated activities: connectors, robotics and textile, serving customers who want to increase their productivity in many industrial sectors. Stäubli is an international group that currently operates in 29 countries with agents in 50 countries on four continents and a global workforce of 5,000 people. Originally founded in 1892 as a small workshop in Horgen/Zurich, today Stäubli is an international group headquartered in Pfäffikon, Switzerland.
Based in Germany, the range of services provided by WFT includes the design and construction of special purpose machines, innovative mobility and transport solutions, and heat and surface treatments, as well as project-related production and contract manufacturing of single parts or modules.
Oaklins' team in Switzerland advised the buyer in this transaction.
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Dr. Jürg Stucker
Senior AssociateZurich, Switzerland
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