Grenzebach acquires stake in Swisslog
Buchs/Aarau, 22 May 2012 – The German Grenzebach Group has acquired an 11,26% equity stake in Swisslog Holding AG.
With this acquisition, Grenzebach becomes the largest single shareholder of Swisslog Holding AG. Located in Asbach-Bäumenheim near Augsburg, Grenzebach is a medium-sized family-owned company and operates worldwide. It is active in the mechanical and plant engineering industries as well as in process and material flow technologies.
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Swisslog is a global provider of integrated logistics solutions for warehouses, distribution centers and hospitals. Its comprehensive services portfolio ranges from building complex warehouses and distribution centers to implementing Swisslog's own software and technology to intra-company logistics solutions for hospitals.
Swisslog’s solutions optimize customers’ production, logistics and distribution processes in order to increase flexibility, responsiveness and quality of service while minimizing logistics costs. With years of experience in the development and implementation of integrated logistics solutions, Swisslog provides the expertise that customers in more than 50 countries around the world rely on.
Headquartered in Buchs/Aarau, Switzerland, Swisslog currently employs over 2 000 staff in 20 countries worldwide. The group’s parent company, Swisslog Holding AG, is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (security number: 1232462, Telekurs: SLOG, Reuters: SLOG.S). Note: Swisslog refers to an order as “major order” if its financial volume exceeds the threshold of MCHF 20.
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