SR Schindler / Prinzing GmbH

Future-Oriented Platform for the Concrete Products Industry

Backed by the industrial expertise and equity capital of CGS, the German medium-sized enterprises SR Schindler Maschinen Anlagentechnik GmbH, Regensburg, and Prinzing GmbH Anlagentechnik und Formenbau, Blaubeuren, have merged to form Top-Werk Group under a new holding company that is majority-owned by CGS. Top-Werk will provide a solid platform to successfully continue the now started buy-&-build process in the sector of high-quality machines and systems for the concrete products industry.

SR-Schindler in the segment high-grade finishing of concrete tiles and stones and Prinzing in the sector...

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