The industrial and technology group Thyssen Krupp is strengthening its plant technology capabilities in France by merging the formerly separate entities Polysius and KH Mineral to become ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions (France). Read about the strategic objectives ...
Essen/Germany – This strategic move is another milestone for the plant engineering and construction specialist of the Thyssen Krupp Group in its efforts to further promote the integration and regionalization of its plant technology business worldwide. It pursues Thyssen Krupp’s overriding goal of integrating its businesses more closely to create sustainable value as a diversified industrial group.
As of today, Thyssen Krupp Industrial Solutions (France) employs around 300 employees at two locations in Aix-en-Provence and Sarreguemines.
Samir Abi Ramia, CEO of Thyssen Krupp Industrial Solutions (France): “On the basis of decades of experience in EMEA markets, excellent engineering skills and proven technologies, we can now offer tailor-made solutions for the cement, mining and raw materials industries in general from a single source. Joining our forces in France while at the same time benefiting from the global network of one of the world’s leading engineering and construction specialists will enable us serve our customers’ needs even better.”
By combining the French operations, Thyssen Krupp Industrial Solutions is taking the next step to becoming a leading provider in the areas of plant engineering, procurement and construction for clients in the region across the cement, minerals, bulk materials handling and processing, and mining industries. The turnkey contract experience of the former Polysius will be a major asset for Thyssen Krupp Industrial Solutions (France) which will be extended to the management of important mining and quarry projects, while the experience of the former KH Mineral contributes expertise in the management of short-term projects and in reinforcing the single machine business.
Under the roof of Thyssen Krupp Industrial Solutions, plant technology operations worldwide are managed by the two business units Process Technologies and Resource Technologies. Process Technologies is focused on engineering, procurement and construction for chemical, refinery and other industrial plants, while Resource Technologies offers a comprehensive product portfolio and a wide sales and service network to customers in the mining, cement, mineral processing and materials handling industries.