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ROBUR Industry Service Group has taken over the Polish subsidiary of SSC Wind Group. In the future, the new ROBUR company will be continued as ROBUR Baltic, the management of the former SSC Baltic Wind will remain in its present structure. As part of the merger, Robur is expanding its market position in Eastern Europe into one of the largest independent service providers for wind turbines.
Due to the carve-out of the Polish company, the German SSC Wind Group will focus even more on its home market in the future. In addition, the SSC Wind Group and ROBUR have agreed on cooperating in further activities, but postponed a closer cooperation at the present time. CatCap advised the SSC Wind Group exclusively on the carve-out of SSC Baltic Wind.
About SSC EMEA Wind GmbH (SSC Wind Group)
SSC Wind is a medium-sized wind energy service provider with around 350 employees in the group. Customers include manufacturers of wind turbines, energy suppliers, offshore wind farm operators and construction companies. The range of services extends from technical development to construction, electrical planning up to installation incl. commissioning and service for wind turbines. The SSC Wind Group has been successfully deployed throughout Europe for over 17 years.
About ROBUR Industry Service Group GmbH (ROBUR)
Founded in 2015 as a response to the changing challenges of high-quality industrial services, ROBUR is now among the top 10 industrial service providers in Germany, with 15 companies and around EUR 150 million in sales in 2018. Both the financing and the leadership of the group are characterized by partnership and entrepreneurialism. Companies benefit from the size and internationality of the group and can leverage sales, capacity utilization and management synergies.
More than 1,500 colleagues work in the wind, water, energy, industrial and process industries and as a competent partner for their customers the group creates holistic solutions from planning and implementation through installation, operation and maintenance to relocation and dismantling.