TopWerk Group

“Future Factory” with a very good start-up period

At the end of December 2013, the merger of the machinery and equipment suppliers Hess, Prinzing and SR Schindler creating the Top-Werk Group was executed, backed by CGS Management. Almost half a year later, CEO Ralf Beier answered the questions of BFT International in an interview.

BFT International: BFT International already reported on the actual merger and we do not want our readers to miss any further developments. How would you describe the situation after the first few months?

Ralf Beier: It is certainly not easy to deliver a comprehensive summary after such a short time. However, I am...

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