LOESCHE GmbH acquires know-how from Ruhfus Systemhydraulik
LOESCHE GmbH acquires know-how
from Ruhfus Systemhydraulik (credits: Loesche)
LOESCHE GmbH, one of world's leading supplier of grinding plants and process solutions for the cement industry, has successfully acquired the valuable know-how of the renowned company Ruhfus Systemhydraulik. In the past, Ruhfus was a reliable supplier of high-quality hydraulic solutions and a valued, long-standing business partner of LOESCHE.
Ruhfus Systemhydraulik, a developer of hydraulic systems and components, was forced to file for insolvency due to economic challenges.
LOESCHE regrets the insolvency of Ruhfus Systemhydraulik, but at the same time sees the opportunity to retain and further develop its outstanding specialist knowledge and expertise in the field of hydraulics. The acquisition of Ruhfus’ know-how will expand LOESCHE's capabilities in the field of hydraulic technology and enable the company to offer spare parts and services of the usual Ruhfus quality beyond the cement industry. LOESCHE is confident that it will be able to put this valuable legacy to good use.
In addition, the collaboration with former employees of Ruhfus Systemhydraulik will help to develop forward-looking hydraulic solutions and meet customer requirements even better.
LOESCHE GmbH is looking forward to a promising future and to continuing the success story of Ruhfus Systemhydraulik. The acquisition of Ruhfus' know-how is a decisive step in this direction and will contribute to providing the industry with the best possible support in the area of hydraulic products and services in the coming years.
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