As an important player in the energy transition, the company expects to grow significantly in the coming years.
Amsterdam, December 21, 2022 – Wiefferink from Oldenzaal, supplier of storage and cover solutions for the environmental and biogas industry, will be acquired by management and two investors: Karmijn Kapitaal and Delta Participaties. The new group of shareholders is actively committed to solid growth in the international energy transition.
Wiefferink designs, produces and installs covers and storage solutions for agricultural and biogas companies to reduce CO2 and methane emissions. Operating throughout Europe, the company has more than 65 years of sales experience in 34 countries and has production sites in Oldenzaal and Wykroty, Poland. With its strong market share and solid brand in these growing markets, Wiefferink, together with its new shareholders and the strengthening of their balance sheet, has all the ingredients to realize the ambitious growth plans.
The management team at Wiefferink is delighted with the opportunities that will arise with the new shareholders: “We are pleased to welcome Karmijn Kapitaal and Delta Participaties as new shareholders. With the new investors, the focus will be on sustainable growth of Wiefferink, where growth will take place with the products that we have been supplying with distinctive high quality all over the world for years.”
Hadewych Cels, Partner Karmijn Kapitaal: “Wiefferink is a company that ensures the reduction of CO2 emissions and promotes the use of biogas. The activities are in line with our sustainability ambitions and respond to increasing demand in the important alternative energy market. Together with Delta, we will support management in further sustainable value creation.”
Max Pijnappel, Partner Delta Particaties: “The core of Wiefferink’s success lies in delivering high quality products and service as a result of the strong cooperation within the team. We therefore look forward to further strengthening Wiefferink’s corporate culture as the basis of and flywheel for the ambitious growth plans.”