LISEGA becomes part of the BUHLMANN Group
The family-owned company LISEGA, founded in 1964, will become part of the BUHLMANN Group on 1 January 2024.
The family-owned company LISEGA, founded in 1964 and based in Zeven, will become part of the BUHLMANN Group on 1 January 2024.
As part of the succession plan, the Buhlmann family of entrepreneurs was identified as someone who will ensure the continued existence and long-term development of the LISEGA Group. Both companies share similar entrepreneurial visions, ideals and cultural values and are active in complementary business areas.
The BUHLMANN Group is an internationally active trading company for steel pipes, pipe connections, fittings and other accessories, which has been family-owned since its foundation in 1945. The 65,000-tonne product range includes welded and seamless steel pipes, fittings, flanges and valves for use in demanding environments such as chemical and plant engineering, the oil and gas industry and offshore applications. The group of companies offers complete solutions from planning to technical coordination for customers and manufacturers. Today, the BUHLMANN Group employs over 750 people in 16 countries and is constantly developing with its subsidiaries. In the last financial year, the group of companies achieved a turnover of 456.7 million euros.
There will be no changes in the way we work together. All contracts and agreements will remain unchanged, as will the contact persons.
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