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Eisenmann AG’s conversion to a Societas Europaea (SE)

Böblingen (Germany), September 17, 2014 – Eisenmann has completed conversion to a European Company (Societas Europaea, SE) and will henceforth be called Eisenmann SE.

“Converting to an SE underlines our global presence and highlights our evolution from a mid-sized company to an international technology player,” says Dr. Matthias von Krauland, CEO and Chairman of the Administrative Board of Eisenmann SE. The other members of the former Executive Board remain members of the new Administrative Board under the new legal form.

The SE is a leading European legal form and recognized in all European countries. Converting to this form is a logical step forward in Eisenmann’s international development – and simultaneously ensures that the company will remain family-owned for the foreseeable future.

“This new legal form won’t change anything at all for our business partners and customers; Eisenmann SE’s headquarters will remain based in Böblingen,” adds Dr. Matthias von Krauland. The conversion will also not affect the group’s subsidiaries. A Europe-wide SE works council will be introduced for employees of Eisenmann SE and its subsidiaries.

About Eisenmann

Eisenmann is a leading global industrial solutions provider for surface finishing, material flow automation, environmental engineering and thermal process technology. The company develops and builds custom manufacturing, assembly and logistics plants that are highly flexible, energy- and resource-efficient. The family-run enterprise is headquartered in southern Germany and has been advising customers across the globe for over 60 years. Today, Eisenmann has a workforce of approximately 3,800 worldwide, with subsidiaries in Europe, the Americas and the BRIC countries. In 2013, Eisenmann generated annual revenues of 903 million Euros, with total sales revenues of 774 million Euros according to German commercial code.


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