fltr: Thomas Christoffel, Claudine Hatebur de Calderón, Germano Pandiani, Dr. Sergio Ziotti und Marco Pizzi
Based in Reinach, Hatebur Umformmaschinen AG is joining forces with Carlo Salvi from April 1, 2016. The Swiss company is acquiring all shares in the Italian company and taking on all employees. The current locations and successful Carlo Salvi brand will remain unchanged.
Thomas Christoffel, CEO of Hatebur, sees great potential in the acquisition: “The merger of Hatebur and Carlo Salvi will strengthen the positions of both companies and is the perfect geographical market expansion.”
“Thanks to the small overlap between the product ranges, our customers will benefit from a wider range from a single source and in particular from innovative technologies and services in the field of cold, warm and hot forming,” says Dr. Sergio Ziotti, current owner and CEO of Carlo Salvi.
Hatebur is a worldwide developer and distributor of hot and cold forming machines. The company was founded in 1930 and is 100% family-owned. It currently employs about 180 employees at its offices in Switzerland, China, Japan and Germany.
Carlo Salvi is a worldwide developer, manufacturer and distributor of cold forming machines. The company was founded in 1939 and currently employs about 92 employees at its offices in Italy, China, the US and UK.