Schüco acquires a share in Sälzer GmbH from Marburg

(From left) Andreas Engelhardt, Managing Partner of Schüco, and Walther Sälzer signing the contract.
Photo source
(From left) Andreas Engelhardt, Managing Partner of Schüco, and Walther Sälzer signing the contract | Picture credits: Schüco International KG
Pending antitrust approval, Schüco is acquiring a share in Sälzer GmbH, based in Marburg.

Sälzer GmbH has a good reputation in the construction industry and has been specialising in high-security products for buildings for around 40 years.

Now owned by the third generation, Sälzer develops and produces windows, doors and façades that protect against break-ins, bullets, explosions, fire and smoke. Schüco sees the stake in Sälzer GmbH as an opportunity to significantly expand its business activities in the field of high security.

Alongside Schüco International KG, Elke Sälzer and Walther Sälzer will be responsible as shareholders for expanding the business. Walther Sälzer will continue in the position of Managing Director and Elke Sälzer as authorised signatory in the position of Head of Technology.

The business plan for the next few years will be dedicated to the expansion of capacity in Marburg and international sales activities. The aim is to acquire new projects through Schüco sales. 

Picture credits: Schüco International KG (From left) Andreas Engelhardt, Managing Partner of Schüco, and Walther Sälzer look forward to working together.
Picture credits: Schüco International KG
(From left) Andreas Engelhardt, Managing Partner of Schüco, and Walther Sälzer look forward to working together.

 

Products for every protection need

Sälzer GmbH, with its good reputation in the construction industry, brings considerable competence and development expertise in the field of high security for buildings. Determined by various threat scenarios, the company offers individual products in different resistance classes.

Multifunctionality is increasingly in demand here. One example of such multiple security in a tested product is the Series S4 steel security door, which was recently awarded the German Design Award 2018.

The door provides protection against break-ins (to class RC6), bullets (to bullet-resistance class FB7-NS), explosions (to EXR5, GSA2), fire (to EI 90 | BS 476, 120 minutes) and smoke (S200) all at the same time. This door and all other Sälzer products will be incorporated in future in Schüco consultation and sales activities.
 

600450 Schüco acquires a share in Sälzer GmbH from Marburg glassonweb.com

Others also read

CGH to exhibit architectural glass solutions at GlassBuild America
CGH will be joined in booth #751 by J.E. Berkowitz (JEB), Dlubak Specialty Glass, Global Security Glazing, Solar Seal, and Columbia Commercial Building Products.
SentryGlas® delivers clarity, strength and safety at Shum Yip Upperhills
Laminated glass using SentryGlas® was chosen for safety and insulating glass was specified to improve thermal performance.
Technal specified for University Healthcare Building
Working with BAM Construction North East and Glasshus, Technal supplied its MX Visible Grid curtain walling, PY 55 doors and FY 65 windows to the project, specified due to their versatility and aesthetic qualities.
Ben Alcock
Ben Alcock, Business Development Manager at sealant, adhesive and tape specialists illbruck, explains why impregnated tape is the future of window installation.
ClearVue receives AS 2047 accreditation allowing for sale of its high-tech solar window in Australia
Smart building material company ClearVue Technologies Limited is pleased to announce it has now taken the next step on its commercialisation path, confirming certification of its solar window technology to Australian Standard AS 2047 (refer to ASX
Announcement of 4 June 2018).
Epwin Glass unaffected by glass shortage
Recent reports suggest there is a glass shortage in the UK that is threatening to affect the supply of glass IGUs to the industry.

From industry

Am Pfahlgraben 4
35415 Pohlheim
Germany

Add new comment