The BWF Envirotec Group is expanding its European presence and will acquire its long-time partner, ACMA, in Spain on January 1, 2022. This acquisition will enable the BWF Envirotec Group to further expand its leading market position in the global growth market of air pollution control.
ACMA was established in 1995 and offers high-quality and individual filtration solutions for industry. Just 30 employees work at the Badalona location, a Catalan industrial town, about ten kilometres north-east of Barcelona. Filter bags for industrial filtration are produced with a flexible fleet of machinery. The production capacity for manufacturing is 120 000 filter bags. Services such as the inspection of filter systems, technical advice, filter bag installation and filter bag exchange are offered as well as filter bag inspections that are performed in the in-house R & D lab. The production spectrum is supplemented by the sales of filter cartridges and accessory parts such as supporting cages, valves, hose pipes, pressure tanks, electronic controls or emissions control probes.
ACMA supplies and services the most varied of industries. This includes, for example, metal processing, the biomass/waste recycling industry, coal processing as well as the cement industry, power plant industry, chemical and pharmaceutical industries or even the automobile or textile industries.
“ACMA has a very large market presence and employs a highly qualified and long-standing team at the location in Badalona. BWF Envirotec and ACMA look back on decades of successful and cooperative collaboration. Especially in the OEM and end-customer market there are outstanding synergies for our customers and we will continue to be a reliable partner for equipment manufacturers and operators of flue gas cleaning plants with unified strength. We are thrilled to welcome our new employees to the BWF Group”, says Dr. Philipp von Waldenfels, Managing Partner of the BWF Group.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/15022022/bwf-envirotec-group-acquires-acma-in-spain/
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