British company, Atlas Converting Equipment Ltd., a worldwide leading manufacturer of slitting technology for web-shaped materials, joins Kampf Schneid- & Wickeltechnik GmbH & Co. KG as a part of the Jagenberg Group Industrial Solutions sector.
Kampf Schneid- & Wickeltechnik GmbH & Co. KG and Atlas Converting Equipment Ltd. provide future-proof machines and solutions with highest level of technology and extensive services for their global customers. The addition of the product ranges of both companies with their highly-qualified employees, as well as the clear positioning of the three renowned brands – Kampf, Atlas, and Titan – will further strengthen the joint innovative power and the variety of solutions.
Kampf, Atlas, and Titan will continue to serve independently. The companies will create a new quality in terms of application and process knowledge, as well as automation and digitisation. This will ensure the long-term availability of installed machines by offering a common global service that covers all brands, using their strong networks and trusted resources.
The business will be expanded by including productivity-enhancing automation solutions and state-of-the-art Industry 4.0 applications to become the global solution provider for the industry
Jagenberg Group Jagenberg AG, part of the Kleinewefers Group, based in Krefeld, Germany, is a management holding company active in industrial solutions and technical textiles. It operates 19 holding companies, which currently employ more than 1,100 people in Europe, Asia and the USA.
Atlas Converting Equipment Ltd. was established in 1976 and is a world leading supplier and provider of solutions in slitting and rewinding technology and finished roll handling systems. The Atlas and Titan brands are represented in more than 83 countries around the world with over 3,600 machine installations and are recognised as market leaders in their chosen target markets.
Kampf Schneid- und Wickeltechnik GmbH & Co. KG KAMPF is the world’s largest manufacturer of slitter rewinders and winders for demanding web-shaped materials. The company is based in Wiehl, near Cologne, and employs almost 700 people worldwide. The export quota is more than 80% of the turnover. The company has subsidiaries in the USA, China and India as well as an international sales and service network.