Mitegro

News aus der Elektroindustrie

04
Apr

The German marketing association Mitegro has surprisingly released its CEO Konrad Ramhorst from his duties...

The German marketing association Mitegro has surprisingly released its CEO Konrad Ramhorst from his duties; the successor is already found with Frank Wittenbrink.

The chairman of the supervisory board of Mitegro is Torsten Heinje.

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With effect from 1.1.2016 the Bruder Group is taking a 20% stake in Gäfgen electrical wholesale company and from this date.............

With effect from 1.1.2016 the Bruder Group is taking a 20% stake in Gäfgen electrical wholesale company and from this date.............

Gäfgen will carry out its purchasing under the Bruder Group’s conditions. Should the conditions at Gäfgen be better in one or two cases then the better purchasing conditions will of course apply in each case.

Both companies belong to the Mitegro marketing association, which in turn belongs to IMELCO.

The Bruder Group has 10 branches and consists of the companies Kautz, Mettler, Sautter and Streb.

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The German Federal Cartel Office announced on 19th November that the two above-named companies have asked.........

The German Federal Cartel Office announced on 19th November that the two above-named companies have asked.........

for approval to found a joint venture. The process will be conducted under the number B7-143/15.

This will now be examined in an ongoing merger control procedure; the authority now has a period of one month to scrutinize the merger (so-called "first phase").

If the merger plan proves itself to be unproblematic, the decision-making department will informally approve the merger before the expiry of the one month time limit.

If on the other hand the decision-making department considers further scrutiny necessary, a formal main examination procedure will be initiated (so-called "second phase") and the time limit for the examination extended.

The two companies which comprise the Mitegro market association are absolute heavyweights in the electrical wholesale trade; Famo has 32 branches and Zander has 58 subsidiaries.

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